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Nitro Circus Live coming to Gesa Stadium on September 22

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LOS ANGELES, CA - After crisscrossing the planet last year during its biggest tour yet, Travis Pastrana’s Nitro Circus Live will return to North America for more high adrenaline excitement in 2017. Tri-Cities fans now have the chance to see the death-defying stunts and mind-blowing tricks that have captivated sold out audiences worldwide when the global action sports phenomenon visits Gesa Stadium on Friday, September 22nd.

Tickets go on sale Friday, March 24th at 10:00 a.m. at nitrocircus.live.     

Nitro Circus Live showcases an all-star international lineup of world-class action sports athletes, loaded with the best riders in freestyle motocross (FMX), BMX, scooter and inline - including multiple X Games medalists. They will perform the biggest tricks in action sports, plus attempt unbelievable world’s firsts never seen before. Nitro Circus Lives daredevils will also ride a host of outrageous new contraptions off the famous 40-foot Giganta Ramp, such as tricycles, a wheeled recliner and more. Featuring an exciting set geared for an outdoor stadium experience, Nitro Circus Live is a spectacular and entertaining event that is fun for fans of all ages.

For a preview of the action coming to North America in 2017 go here.

Fans looking for the ultimate Nitro Circus experience will want to get their hands on the Nitro Club VIP package. Starting at just $79 each (plus applicable service fees), these passes include the best seats in the house, a sneak peak at rider rehearsal, plus a chance to see a different side of the Nitro Circus athletes during a pre-show Q & A session. Nitro Club pass holders will also receive a souvenir lanyard and an electronically signed Nitro Circus poster, as well as a chance to win cool Nitro Circus swag.

The 2017 North American tour will also have a positive economic impact on tour markets, with local businesses expected to get a boost in patronage when the show attracts thousands of people to each city. “Tri-City businesses, including hotels, restaurants, bars and more, will benefit from having Nitro Circus Live in town,” Mike Porra, Nitro Circus’ Executive Chairman and Global Head of Creative, explains. “We’ve seen the trend worldwide. Now we can’t wait to visit the Tri-Cities area for the first time and show fans what Nitro Circus Live is all about.”

Since it’s 2010 debut, Nitro Circus Live has thrilled more than three million fans in over 160 cities on five continents. The tour has sold out New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden and played double sellouts at both London’s O2 arena and the Tokyo Dome. Now Tri-Cities fans will get to experience the heart-pumping rush that is Nitro Circus Live.

For Nitro Circus news, tour updates, exclusive behind-the-scenes content and more, go to www.nitrocircus.com. Follow Nitro Circus on Instagram and Twitter: @nitrocircus and Facebook: www.facebook.com/NitroCircus.

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