Limited tickets available – book only from Computicket
Get ready for full throttle family fun when Monster Truck Juggernaut Monster Jam® tears through Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg for the first time ever! With just weeks to go before the most family-friendly motorsport in the world today makes its debut at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban on Saturday, 20 April, followed by Cape Town Stadium on Saturday ,27 April, and ending at FNB Stadium, Johannesburg on Saturday, 04 May 2019, tickets are selling fast exclusively from Computicket, the official authorised Monster Jam SA ticketing agent.
The 2019 Monster Jam season sees trained, world-class international male and female athletes, battle it out for supremacy on the track. They have mastered not only the physical strength and mental stamina needed to compete but the vital dexterity to control 4, 500 kg machines capable of doing backflips, vertical two-wheel skills and racing at speeds of up to 110 km per hour to produce jaw-dropping, live motorsports action seen around the world.
Brought to South Africa by American-based Feld Entertainment and leading local promoter, Showtime Management together with McDonald’s in association with SuperSport and regional radio media partners East Coast Radio, Kfm 94.5 and JacarandaFM,
- Standing 4 metres tall and 4 metres wide, the custom designed Monster Jam trucks weigh up to 4,500kg
- A Monster Jam truck engine burns up to 9.5 litres of methanol per run
- Each engine delivers about 1,500 horsepower
- A Monster Jam truck is capable of reaching speeds of up to 110kms per hour
- Monster Jam trucks can jump as far as 130 feet in length
- Chassis – Custom Steel minimum of 8 points that attached to the main chassis
- Body – Fiberglass Composite with Lexan Windshield
- Fuel Capacity – 83 Litre Fuel Cell
- Fuel Type – 99.9% Methanol (Alcohol)
- Fuel Economy – 17 Litres per Kilometer
- Some custom-designed trucks require more than 40 hours of paint time
- Carving one Monster Jam truck tyre requires over 50 hours of exacting labour
- The average Monster Jam truck team will go through eight tyres in one year
- Tyres are 1.7m high by 1.1 wide
- It takes 1,500 man hours to build and remove a track
- 300 truckloads of dirt are used to build the track
- 113 litres of paint is used to paint the track and obstacles
- It takes up to 12 hours to build an arena Monster Jam track and up to 20 hours to build a stadium track
At Monster Jam, monster trucks face off in three different forms of competition — side-by-side racing and freestyle:
- Side-by-side racing – traditional bracket racing, where the first truck, with the least amount of penalties, crosses the finish line is declared the winner.
- Two-wheel competition – drivers are given time to show off their best two-wheel moves. Each driver gets two attempts.
- Freestyle competition – allows drivers a limited amount of time on the open floor to show off their skills. In this category, the fans serve as the judges.
Get ready for the ride of your life! Having electrified crowds in some of the world’s most iconic stadiums, Monster Jam is set to rev South Africa for the first time. Discounted family packages available plus a Pit Party family option! Book now by calling Computicket on 083 915 8000 or book online at www.computicket.com
Monster Jam tickets range from anything between R150 to R800.
Doors and gates open at 16:00. The show is set to begin at approximately 18:00. The fun is expected to last for about 2 hours and 30 minutes once the show begins with an intermission.
Soft drinks and fast food will be available from vendors around the venue.
Please remember, children under 3 years of age and unaccompanied minors are not permitted entry for the event.
Fans are encouraged to book through Computicket, the only official authorised ticketing agent for Monster Jam. There are significant risks in buying from other sources and entry to a Monster Jam event is not guaranteed if you do so. For more information on Monster Jam log onto MonsterJam.com or follow us via our social channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. #MonsterJamSA