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Monster Jam Invades The Spokane Arena This Weekend!

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Come witness eight of the world's best monster trucks battle it out in the ultimate event of intense speed, racing and destruction as The Monster Jam returns to the Spokane Arena for another year of car-crashing action.

Featuring more trucks than before, this year’s truck line-up is highlighted by the Spokane debut appearances of Wolverine and Monster Energy. There will also be World Champions Grave Digger®, El Toro Loco® and Iron Man™ as well as Washington’s own fan-favorites, Captain USA and Double Trouble (driven by local WA twins Travis & Tyler Groth) and Destroyer (driven by Renton-resident Roger Stidell).  All of these trucks and their drivers will be electrifying crowds with the breathtaking stunts and awesome power of the world’s most popular monster trucks.

Reserved Seat Tickets for Monster Jam are $20.00, $25.00 and $40.00 and are on-sale NOW!

All tickets are $2 more day of show.

Facility and Handling fees may apply.

PARTY IN THE PITS

Saturday & Sunday 11:00AM - 12:30PM

Pit Passes are available for $10 Adults / $5 Kids (ages 2 - 12) at the Spokane Arena box office, online at TicketWest.com, or by phone at 800.325.SEAT.

Saturday, February 8th - 2:00PM event tickets and Pit Passes are required for Saturday entry.

Sunday, February 9th - 2:00PM event tickets and Pit Passes are required for Saturday entry.


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