Regular runners of the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham 10k will notice a change at this year's event on Sunday, May 6.
As always the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham 10K sets off from the city centre before taking in sights such as the Selfridges building, Cannon Hill Park and Edgbaston Stadium.
And the event is keeping music at its heart, with energetic warm-ups and start waves for 80s, 90s, 00s and today’s music, and bands on the route to inspire the thousands of participants.
Previously, runners would romp home to victory on Broad Street, but last year the notorious hill section up Lee Bank Middleway was removed and participants finished up on Curzon Street.
The course was changed to accommodate the £10 million revamp of Centenary Square.
Another development has caused the route to change again this year, now that the Curzon Street area has been boarded up to allow work on the new HS2 rail terminal.
Runners will pass the Birmingham Conservatoire as they head to the new finish area on Jennens Road, near Millennium Point and Thinktank.
The area is where last year's Simplyhealth Great Birmingham Run and Birmingham International Marathon finished.
Some 7,000 people are expected to sign up for the Bank Holiday Weekend event, which features a walking wave for those considering taking on a new activity challenge.
The new course can be seen on the map below.
How you can take on the new Simplyhealth Great Birmingham 10K challenge
Like previous years, music will be playing a big part in the event with popular tunes from the 70s, 80s, 90s, noughties and present day set to get motivate runners at the start line.
A goody bag will await all the successful finishers, who will be supported by drink stations and bands on the way.
Entries to the 10K are now open, to sign up just click here.
Anyone aged 15 and over can take part, entry is £27.
Those who enter will receive a £10 discount off the entry price for the 2018 Simplyhealth Great Birmingham Run half marathon