2016 Monster Jam News
It takes over 100 truckloads of dirt to create the jumps and hills needed for a spectacular Monster Jam, and with that much mud and grime, it’s no surprise that things get dirty! Last weekend, the iWireless venue in Illinois was transformed to host the competition, and it did not disappoint. Fans were thrilled at the performances of infamous trucks such as Scooby Doo and Grave Digger. Whether freestyling, doing donuts or popping wheelies, Monster Jam is an exciting night of action that is fun for the whole family. The next stop is scheduled for June 18 in Nasvhille, Tennessee. Don’t miss out on this popular event! Tickets can be purchased now for only $24 and up.
It was anything but restful at Sleep Train Arena last weekend, as Monster Jam action turned the city of Sacramento upside-down! Young Guns Shootout champ Coty Saucier picked up Sunday’s overall win, following victories by Morgan Kane Friday and Saturday. The Gravedigger driver turned in a true performance in freestyle competition, logging a perfect 40 score while totaling 3.5 points in Wheelies and Freestyle action. Team Blue Thunder also netted a point to keep pace, capping a thrilling weekend of monster truck mayhem. Monster Jam heads to the Pepsi Center in Denver, Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland and Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL this weekend—order your tickets and be a part of the action!
From Apache attack helicopters to the cab of the Soldier Fortune Black ops monster truck—such is the life for former U.S. Army crew chief Tony Ochs. After receiving an honorable discharge following 10 years of military service overseas, Ochs found himself working with motorcycle crews for Feld Entertainment, a frequent promoter of Monster Jam events. No stranger to the format, Ochs used to kill time in local dirt bike races and demolition derbies in his youth, and after flight experience in the Apache, nothing is going to rattle this Army vet. Monster Jam rolls into the Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO and Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, SC this weekend. Get your tickets today!
It was Brianna Mahon and Team Scooby-Doo coming out on top in Monster Jam action in Louisville this week, with Mahon taking home a pair of event championships good for 6.5 points. Team Scooby now trails Team Zombie by an even narrower margin in the overall standings, although the latter did accumulate 3 points of their own thanks to victories in the AMSOIL Dominator Round and Speedster Racing events. An old favorite, Team Grave Digger remains in the hunt as well, holding on to third place with 10 total points following 3.5-point wins in Freestyle and Wheelies competitions. Monster Jam heads to Columbia, SC, Hampton, VA and Kansas City, MO in the first week of February—get your tickets today!
Nothing goes better with massive rubber tires and giant mechanical engines than a big pile of dirt, and that’s just what you get when you attend a Monster Jam. The 2016 season is getting ready to kick off this Friday, Jan. 8, with three different rallies at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina; Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina; and BJCC Arena in Birmingham, Alabama. This year’s team includes the bravest drivers and trucks that are bigger and more durable than ever. At 12 feet tall and 12,000 pounds, these trucks are ready to take on the tough competition. Get your tickets for one of the opening day shows today for the starting price of $33.