Monster X Tour coming this weekend

The high-energy show that is the Monster X Tour is set to hit Westerner Park Aug. 8-9th for three shows of ‘monster truck mayhem’.

Boasting a monster truck lineup with world-renowned drivers such as Rock Star, California Kid, Mega Merc, Identity Theft and Ironman, the company out of Oregon has been providing family fun for over 25 years.

Run by Monster Truck Entertainment, which officials say is the fastest growing monster truck company in the industry since its inception in the spring of 2007, the show is packed with adrenaline.

The combination of owner Danny Torgerson’s knowledge of the industry and his team’s decades of experience equal an event that is unparalleled to any other in the market today.

“We’ve received a great response from the community this far, and we just want Red Deer to come out and experience the show firsthand,” explained Nikki Zimmerman, director of media and public relations for Monster Truck Entertainment.

“Our show is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience and if you’ve never seen a monster truck show before it is certainly something you need to cross off your bucket list.”

Complete with the option to purchase a $5 pit party pass when buying tickets, attendees can attend a pre-show party in the driver’s pit.

“The pit party passes are great because it gives you a chance to meet all of drivers and take pictures with the trucks,” said Zimmerman.

Monster X invites all local quad racers to sign up for the event for their chance to take home cash prizes. Those wishing to register for the Quad Wars should contact Jim by calling 514-324-9504.

Attendees have the choice of purchasing VIP passes for $25 which includes a pit pass, or a general admission ticket for $20. Tickets for children ages three to 12 are available for $12 each.

Pit party passes can be purchased for an additional $5 with the pit parties starting each night an hour and a half before each show.

Two performances will also be held Saturday with gates opening and pit parties starting at noon and the show starting at 1:30 p.m. then again later in the evening with gates opening and pit parties starting at 6 p.m. and the last performance beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Get your tickets at Napa Auto Parts Stores or online at

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