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Monster Jam

2024 dates to be confirmed.

Monster Jam is returning to South Africa in 2024 for an action-packed stadium tour!

Monster Jam is always a thrilling event, and this year's lineup of eight monster trucks is sure to impress. The tour will include eight monster trucks taking to the showgrounds to wow spectators with their size and power. Monster trucks can weigh up to 12,000 pounds and stand as tall as 12 feet, making them an incredible sight to behold. They can also jump up to 35 feet in the air, making for some truly spectacular displays of athleticism.

If you're looking for an adrenaline-pumping day out, Monster Jam is definitely the event for you. And with Edusport's ticket-inclusive packages, it's easy to get your hands on tickets to this much-anticipated tour.

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