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Overall Rating (33 Reviews)
3.2
(33 Ratings)(33 Reviews)
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The Mississippi Blues Marathon will take place in downtown Jackson, Mississippi’s capital city. With live music before, after, and throughout the course, the Mississippi Blues Marathon proves to be one-of-a-kind. Since our inaugural race in 2008, our event has worked to showcase Jackson and the rich Blues history of the … MORE
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    vaidilingam REPEAT RUNNER '20

    Decent race... Expect a few hills along the way. Because it's a double loop you need to really make sure that you have a strong will for the 2nd go-around. MORE

    Decent race… Expect a few hills along the way. Because it’s a double loop you need to really make sure that you have a strong will for the 2nd go-around.

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    Evwatkins REPEAT RUNNER '20

    I've run this race 9 times. All but once as a pacer. (Read my review from the 2019 race for detailed references) The 2020 race had its improvements from 2019 … MORE

    I’ve run this race 9 times. All but once as a pacer.
    (Read my review from the 2019 race for detailed references)

    The 2020 race had its improvements from 2019 fiasco, but overall, it still needs some attention.
    *In my humble opinion- I do not believe this race will EVER return to it’s former glory. Like I said in my 2019 review, If you held this race on your bucket list, you missed the bucket!
    For the 2020 event:
    PACKET PICKUP
    -Packet pickup/expo was in a different location (basically next door) than in years past. The website was not updated reflecting this change. PEM did send out an Athlete Guide with the correct location (BUT The address # was wrong. It was 380, not 308. This was not detrimental as it was at the Museum of Art and there was nothing at 380.) The race officials said “we sent it out in an email.” That’s great but having conflicting information your official site with 2020 on every page is not something you should overlook.
    -There were considerably less vendors (which doesn’t really matter to me).

    SHIRT:
    -The shirt was a long sleeve yellow pullover (for marathoners) with the logo on the front. It was 99% IDENTICAL to the 2019 shirt. The difference? 2019 instead of 2020 in the logo. The color (I thought it was hideous) is apparently the corporate color of Continental, the title sponsor.

    RACE:
    -All races started together (5k, 10k, 1/2, full) The start line was really crowded and while there were corral signs marking min/miles, they weren’t enforced. The shorter races should have started after the half/full.
    -The area were the 5K was to turn off was not marked well. There was one volunteer there with a small megaphone saying turn left. It was so crowded you could not see the one small sign located on a light pole above parked cars. We didn’t notice it until our second loop. I’m sure lots of 5Kers went too far.
    -The new course wasn’t terrible (I won’t mention the continuing issue with Jackson’s massive road deterioration problem – lots of potholes and uneven pavement. Not the races’ fault.) It was a double loop course. The volunteers that were out were friendly and helpful. The best Cheer group was in the Belhaven neighborhood. They had fresh tater tots and lots of fruit and candy as well as alcohol. The JSU band was out on our first loop, but not our second. There were about 5-6 other roadside musicians playing. The police covered major intersections well. However, there were 2 busy intersections near the old capital that were not covered and I literally had to stop for traffic on both loops.
    -Very sporadic directional signage. During our second loop we were able to see the 1 (ONE) arrow on the ground at most intersections directing us where to go. Other than the few arrows on the ground, there were no directional signs other than the 5K turn sign and where the races split near the finish line.
    -Aid stations were well stocked and spaced appropriately ( This is a dramatic improvement from last year).
    -The mile markers for each loop were placed together. (Miles 1 & 14 were together, etc.) This made the mile markers for the second loop .10 off, which made pacing very difficult. I finished earlier than I typically do while pacing for fear of being late in. All full pacers had this problem. One of the pacers told our pace group that after she finished and was waiting on a friend, she spoke to the RD. She told him about the mile markers being in the wrong place. She said he didn’t care. (Not sure exactly what he said, but she said he basically dismissed her comment).
    -POST RACE:
    -The medal was nice (sorta shaped like a tire), but had one major thing missing. NO DATE. not even 2020. Nothing. Completely generic other than the race name. (I wonder if we’ll get the same one next year?)
    -I was the 5:10 pacer. When I finished there was only water, bananas and a few granola bars left. They claimed to have had other hot food items, but there was nothing left and no evidence of anything either.

    Bottom Line: Better than last year, but like I said before, this race will never regain it’s former reputation. And this makes me sad. It had major potential.

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    LHausner FIRST-TIMER '20

    Come to Jackson to learn about the important civil rights history that took place here, hear their pride in the musical roots, drink in the warm southern hospitality...but make that … MORE

    Come to Jackson to learn about the important civil rights history that took place here, hear their pride in the musical roots, drink in the warm southern hospitality…but make that the purpose for visiting and not just for the race. This race was harder than I anticipated, with numerous hills and quite a lot of broken asphalt needing repair, so you had to watch your footing. Although, having the route go past so many fascinating historical sites and markers (take photos of the signs and read them afterwards) was awesome, there were very, very few spectators. Those that were there…friendly police officers, cheerleaders & marching band from Jackson State University, group of folks giving out shots of Fireball by their home, one lady giving out Girl Scout cookies…did represent fine southern hospitality. There were only about 5 “bands” other than the marching band in the 1/2 marathon and sometimes that was a guy in a chair with a harmonica & a guitar, just to set your expectations. Stay at the Westin hotel – close to the race & super friendly, helpful staff everyday! If you can, I recommend to watch the movie “Ghosts of Mississippi” before you come for the race so you start to get a feel for the important role Jackson has played in Civil Rights history of this nation. Make sure to plan for at least 3hrs to walk through the interactive Civil Rights Museum, which was so impactful to me and my friends to tour the afternoon before the race. Plan for 40 min to take an Uber out to visit the Medger Evers home, read the Info outside his home, pay your respects, and come back to downtown. Speaking of Uber, you will get a wide variety of Uber drivers & vehicles here – May be worth it to go Premium if you’re not adventurous. Good southern cooking & good seafood is strong in Jackson! Bread pudding @ Estelle’s, Oysters & Po’Boys @ Dragos, musical ambiance, blues museum & appetizers @ The Iron Horse are all great dining choices. Walking into the history of Jackson was powerful, so if you go, make time to learn about the strength of the courageous pioneers that walked the streets of Jackson, and the musical roots that started here.

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    Doogster FIRST-TIMER '20

    A race is supposed to highlight a city's best points. So why was i running past trash and garbage? I mean, how hard is it to get a street sweeper … MORE

    A race is supposed to highlight a city’s best points. So why was i running past trash and garbage? I mean, how hard is it to get a street sweeper or a bunch of volunteers to pick up the garbage along the route?

    Not a good way to sell Jackson.

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    ChuckWalker REPEAT RUNNER '20

    Liked the new course, constant hills but less elevation than last year. Ran out of Gatorade on second loop. No swag and Expo was a joke. Bad course management, poor … MORE

    Liked the new course, constant hills but less elevation than last year. Ran out of Gatorade on second loop. No swag and Expo was a joke. Bad course management, poor signage, two marshals on the entire course, streets with no cops. Bananas and granola bars at the end, had to look to find the jambalaya.

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    shilpa FIRST-TIMER '17

    The actual race was canceled the day before due to ice/snow conditions. The Race director had to make the very difficult and unpopular decision to cancel the race. But it … MORE

    The actual race was canceled the day before due to ice/snow conditions. The Race director had to make the very difficult and unpopular decision to cancel the race. But it was the right decision. The fact that RD did not wait till the morning of the race to cancel was very much appreciated. Most of our flights were canceled from origin or from the connecting airport. Hotels were very kind and forgave any cancellation policies.

    RD gave several options to “make up the race” – several nearby races and a virtual race option.

    Interesting Fun Fact – if you start your travel at originating airport and your flight from the connecting airport to the final destination is canceled, you can request to do a “turnaround” and go back home and they refund your full flight back (either refund or credit voucher, can’t remember)

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    ChuckWalker Mar 05, 2020 at 11:23am

    The race that was cancelled was in 2017. This review was posted to the wrong year.

    The race that was cancelled was in 2017. This review was posted to the wrong year.

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    shilpa FIRST-TIMER '20

    I was glad that I was running the half marathon, since the full is 2 loops of the half (they even made the full marathoners run through the finish line)! … MORE

    I was glad that I was running the half marathon, since the full is 2 loops of the half (they even made the full marathoners run through the finish line)! That would have been awful. The course was nice because it highlighted historical points of civil rights and blues music. Road conditions were not so good, lots of potholes. Water and Gatorade every 2 miles. I didn’t count, but I don’t think there were as many bands as advertised. I liked the shirt. Volunteers and police officers were very nice and friendly.
    Where to stay – the Westin downtown -literally ½ block from start & finish line. The friendliest hotel staff I have ever seen. They do an outstanding job and they don’t gouge you on the prices. The restaurant in the hotel, Estelle, has yummy bread pudding.
    Food – Estelle at the Westin (chocolate chip bread pudding), Cultivation hall (15 min outside of the city – an upscale food court, it was ok), Drago’s (15 min outside of the city) – YUMMY!!!!!!! Iron horse Grill (a couple of blocks from the Westin) – live music and a blues history museum with decent food.
    What to do – the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum – very well done, we spent over 3 hours there. Walk around the museum area to see the amazing War memorial and the Merci Train box car (WWII gift from France to the US – 49 box cars filled with gifts from the people of France, which was then distributed to each state). Walk around the city to see the beautiful city/state buildings (courthouse, Governor’s mansion, etc.) and the trail markers for the historical civil rights and blues spots. Drive out to Medgar Evers home (15min drive) and visit this historical site. Follow it up with a viewing of the movie “Ghosts of Mississippi”.

    Fun Fact – Jackson, MS sits on top of a volcano and there is a marker along the race route that talks about it!

    Highlight of the trip – Civil Rights Museum & Medgar Evers Home & bread pudding!

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    Supasaiyan93 FIRST-TIMER '20

    TLDR: Fun 2 loop course with some challenging hills, lack of variation in race swag and medals, and insufficient traffic control. Will not run again. Positives: nice course, friendly volunteers, … MORE

    TLDR: Fun 2 loop course with some challenging hills, lack of variation in race swag and medals, and insufficient traffic control. Will not run again.
    Positives: nice course, friendly volunteers, easy packet pickup
    Negatives: Generic medal with no engraving indicating race year, generic long sleeve with small race logo, not nearly enough volunteers at stops, not nearly enough security to keep traffic from nearly hitting runners at several major intersections, most music acts were not set up by the time I ran by them and by the time I returned on the 2nd loop most entertainment was gone., medal strap broke 3 hrs after receiving it. Didnt feel very “MS Blues” other than one or two music acts and the generic medal logo.

    Post race the race director has had some back and forth with former runners and online trolls using the official Facebook page that show that he does not take well and his posts seem petty, had I read what he wrote before hand I would not have signed up. The poor reputation of the race unfortunately seems well earned hopefully in the future he puts more effort into giving the race something unique.

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    troll2069 FIRST-TIMER '20

    Overall I thought it was descent and would do it again. It was running through the mostly the downtown and some outer areas, and yes there were potholes in the … MORE

    Overall I thought it was descent and would do it again. It was running through the mostly the downtown and some outer areas, and yes there were potholes in the street. Nothing really different than any other big town. Running through campus was nice and I did hear the band playing as I approached, but by the time I got to campus they were gone. It would have been nice to see them as we ran by. I enjoyed the Tots & Shots aid station. That gave me a little added boost at that point in the run. As some other reviwers said there were only a couple of bands playing along the course. For me the packet pickup wasn’t bad, once I found the right building. I went into the convention center instead of the planetarium. Once I knew where to go pickup was very easy. I don’t typically stay long at expos anyway – just in to grab the shirt and number, then back out. But I did purchase some stingers and compression socks – which I really liked and they were cheap, but I already managed to lose them after the run. Parking was easy, as the start and finish were the same place and I was able to park just across the street. The medal I also liked. The blue guitar-shaped medal has been a trademark of the run in the past. This year it was a little different, and I really liked it. I would have liked to see the date on the ribbon since it was leap day. There is the museum of art right there and there are so many blues legends and I think having a local artist design a medal each year with a different blues performer would be awesome. They could have artist playing the guitar and make it blue to keep connection to the prior style. There isn’t much the race can do with the course. A large portion of it will be through the city streets and there will always be potholes, especially in older towns. Overall I think it was good. Just a few minor tweaks and it will be a go-to race once again.

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    RRWAEB83 FIRST-TIMER '20

    Soooo lots to say. The packet pickup in the morning was a bit frazzled (and no signage of where to go) and there weren’t enough portapotties in my opinion. There … MORE

    Soooo lots to say. The packet pickup in the morning was a bit frazzled (and no signage of where to go) and there weren’t enough portapotties in my opinion. There were a lot of loops (the first 5k was a loop and if you were doing the full it was the half marathon course twice). While waiting to get my shirt an organizer came in and basically made an announcement threatening whoever parked in the start lane (also kinda the fault of the organizers for not blocking it off). Toward the end there was a turn that was not clearly marked that I would have missed if the people behind me hadn’t called out. Liked the shirt and the medal.

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    sdalessio FIRST-TIMER '20

    There seems to be a lot of recent history with this race that has a lot of people up in arms. A change in sponsors/race manangement a few years ago, … MORE

    There seems to be a lot of recent history with this race that has a lot of people up in arms. A change in sponsors/race manangement a few years ago, less money to put on the race and some bad weather has changed the original feel of the race.

    This was my first time and I thought the race was fine. Nothing over the top or special but a nice course and decent amenities. It is an easy destination especially if you flying. Everything is centrally located and within walking distance from hotels to race start to expo. I would recommend the race and if I lived closer would be happy to run it again.

    My only complaint was the fact that it was run on Leap Year and there was no date on the medal. 🙁

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    BarryDonakowski FIRST-TIMER '20

    It was listed as having plenty of blues music playing throughout the race. There were very few places and after the second loop, most of the music was gone. The … MORE

    It was listed as having plenty of blues music playing throughout the race. There were very few places and after the second loop, most of the music was gone. The aid stations were not well set up and a lot of the volunteers were not well trained. Many of the stations were passing out watered down Gatorade.

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    Tororuns REPEAT RUNNER '20

    The good: Great weather after years of sucky cold/rain/ice; my son race a blistering half and earned a AG award of a hilly course; fun neighborhood with fireball shots and … MORE

    The good: Great weather after years of sucky cold/rain/ice; my son race a blistering half and earned a AG award of a hilly course; fun neighborhood with fireball shots and mimosas. The bad: the roads are a mess (always have been!), saw two runners face plant. MS is a poor state & it shows. Water stations undermanned. Race org is mixed. The RD came in before the race and hollered at us about a car parked that needed to be moved. Why not just tow it and be done it? Kinda silly he did that. It used to be a top race, now just a race to check off. I guess that why they call it the Blues. (see what I did there?)

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    jahbrink FIRST-TIMER '20

    The hills make it a challenging race, but even that could be overcome with some regular Blues music throughout the course. Sadly, they failed to deliver on that promise. Thank … MORE

    The hills make it a challenging race, but even that could be overcome with some regular Blues music throughout the course. Sadly, they failed to deliver on that promise. Thank you to the JSU band that came out to perform for the first 13.1 loop, but to see you gone and a man beating on a chemical drum in your place for the second loop was a real disappointment. I was really hoping for more after hearing good reviews of this race 3 years ago. Not what I had hoped for, but the people of Jackson were friendly and welcoming and the food great. A huge shout out to the “Fireball” crew that brought the most fun on the entire course!

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    alaskey FIRST-TIMER '20

    I'm on my second round of 50 states and trying to run different races than the first round. This one gets a lot of press so I thought I would … MORE

    I’m on my second round of 50 states and trying to run different races than the first round. This one gets a lot of press so I thought I would try it. I stayed at the Westin which is the ultimate in convenience: 5 min walk to packet pick up and start/finish line. The “expo” was not so much an expo as a couple of small booths and a line. Definitely not a production number. That being said, good news is you can walk in get your bib and get out. The start was chilly this year, high 30s but it warmed up quickly and was perfect temps.

    The start line is for all races at the same time, self seeding. There is a 5K, 10K, half and full. People continue to not understand the concept of self seeding and you take that number of people from that many races and put them together for a group start and you have a giant cluster. You literally can’t pick a line because you are elbow to elbow with everyone. It doesn’t begin to thin till after 2mi where the 5K peels off. Another problem is the course. The course is a ridiculous meandering path through downtown and some neighborhoods, you are constantly turning, running over the centers of round abouts and doubling back on your course. For the early miles, you are packed like sardines into a lane and you are running right into the sun. This makes you functionally blind and unable to see what is coming on the ground, which is very relevant on this course because apparently MS doesn’t invest in repaving roads that are so badly damaged they have cones in the middle of the street with signs marking danger holes for cars. You have to pick your footing carefully or you’ll roll your ankle or worse, trip and fall. The pavement is so chewed up, uneven, gravel in places and ginormous holes that I’m surprised more people don’t fall. At the first water stop, it is so bottle necked due to the people who don’t self seed correctly, all 4 races, the narrowness of the lane that you have to practically slow to a walk just to get through. Very frustrating.

    There are some hills but nothing dramatic and nothing that lasts a long time. The course support is spotty with some cool things (the band at Jackson State University was neat, a guy playing amazing electric guitar), but there wasn’t a lot more than that. The finish line is split because the marathoners have to do a second loop (OMG I have great empathy for them). The food is meager–a banana, some gold fish and a granola bar. Only water, no chocolate milk. There are computers to check your finish results.

    The shirt is only meh and the medal was big but disappointingly ugly.

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    M_Sohaskey Mar 10, 2020 at 5:16pm

    Such a shame this race has lost as much luster as it has in recent years — when I ran in 2014, the marathon was a single loop course, the… MORE

    Such a shame this race has lost as much luster as it has in recent years — when I ran in 2014, the marathon was a single loop course, the musicians were out in force, and the medals were big & beautiful. But yes, I definitely remember the potholes, which sound like they've only gotten worse. Thanks for the excellent review Toni, and congrats on notching Mississippi for the second time! I'm very much enjoying my first round of the 50 states, but two rounds — wow, that's impressive. Maybe I'll follow your lead and do the second round as half marathons... 🤔 LESS

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    raispuro FIRST-TIMER '16

    The swag for this race is amazing! This year, the emblem gave tribute to BB King, as he had died in 2015. The “expo” was a little convention like, but … MORE

    The swag for this race is amazing! This year, the emblem gave tribute to BB King, as he had died in 2015. The “expo” was a little convention like, but still great! This race partnered with the First Light marathon for a back to back experience. The swag for this race was great! There was a BB King on it with a guitar pick. Very cool. The course was very flat, but the roads in Jackson have many, many potholes. The university’s band played for us on the first mile. The weather was not too bad, considering it was January. It did rain and storm pretty bad, but they allowed the slow marathoners to continue. The post race stuff was great! They had pizzas and because I’m a slow marathoner, I got to take a full pizza! I really enjoyed this race and would love to do it again. I definitely recommend it!

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    sandtar79 FIRST-TIMER '16

    I was not aware of how many hills were in this race! Very tough, but the course ran through some beautiful neighborhoods. The finishers medal is HUGE and I love … MORE

    I was not aware of how many hills were in this race! Very tough, but the course ran through some beautiful neighborhoods. The finishers medal is HUGE and I love the quarter zip long sleeved shirt that came with packet pickup.

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    ChuckWalker REPEAT RUNNER '19

    Hilly course - rated @ 950’, my Garmin said 1,250’. Streets varied in conditions with some quite potholed. First full year under PEM, lots of room for improvement: Too few … MORE

    Hilly course – rated @ 950’, my Garmin said 1,250’. Streets varied in conditions with some quite potholed.
    First full year under PEM, lots of room for improvement:
    Too few water stops – 2.5 mi.; 5.0 mi. ; 8.3 mi., but better in second half although several were set up by residents.
    Very little local business involvement compared to past years, e.g. NO coupons in swag bag.
    Little music on course compared to past years.
    Post-race food was a joke – bananas & granola bars. Past years had pizza, chocolate milk, beans & rice, etc.
    They did have nutrition at several of the water stops 👍.

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    TrudyF FIRST-TIMER '19

    This races has been on my bucket list. Past reviews made it seem fun. Not so anymore. The expo, spooky small. There was maybe 9-10 booths. So don’t count on … MORE

    This races has been on my bucket list. Past reviews made it seem fun. Not so anymore. The expo, spooky small. There was maybe 9-10 booths. So don’t count on buying anything at the expo for your race. The race it’s self, hilly. Each hill alone wasn’t hard, but put them all together and they taxed the legs. Road conditions are not great, uneven, crumbling, pot holes, etc. the good thing is that the race spreads out and isn’t crowded so you can see obstacles. Also, runners travel down busy roads and or cross busy intersection. Very few h2o stops. Only two bands.
    Post race. What post race? The medal was ok, but insignificant compared to past years. Standard boring food at the end. Woo-who? Bananas, granola bars? This isn’t special. All in all, the race wasn’t bad, just not what it use to be and fell flat in my expectations.

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    erikxadams FIRST-TIMER '19

    The volunteers, police and EMS support were awesome. Race organizers need to do a better job. Aid stations were not where they said they were going to be and some … MORE

    The volunteers, police and EMS support were awesome. Race organizers need to do a better job. Aid stations were not where they said they were going to be and some where not there at all.

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