‘Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live’ kicks off 10-city tour

“Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live” returns with a vengeance after a year’s postponement with a 10-stop tour of the U.S., starting Sept. 18.

Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live logo

After postponements and cancellations of the “Hot Wheels Monster Truck Live” events in 2020, the family-friendly fuel-fest return this year, with a lineup of new monster trucks and new drivers roaring through 10 cities, from Sept. 18 – Nov. 21.

Fans of all ages can thrill to the outrageous power of freestyle motocross, tricks, and stunts as iconic Hot Wheels monster trucks battle it out in larger-than-life form. Long-time favorites Bone Shaker, Tiger Shark, V8 Bomber, and Demo Derby return, along with the “car-eating, fire-breathing, transforming robot,” Megasaurus.

Three new trucks will make their debut in the battle to crown the ultimate heavy-duty hot rod champion.

All-new Mega Wrex clocks in with a jaw-dropping 12-foot-high dinosaur design and 1800 horsepower, with new driver Rick Steffens determined to crush the competition.

Hot Wheels Monster Truck Live Mega Wrex

Rebecca Schnell, the first woman driver to join the tour, shows no mercy as she flattens her foes with the intimidating Midwest Madness, a first-ever collaboration between Hot Wheels and Bigfoot.

With Hot Wheels’ iconic flame design splashed across its sides, new Race Ace lives by the motto, “Always Go Big!”

Toronto personality Marny Florence joins show host Freddie Sheppard as co-host at each performance, creating an “inclusive, powerful, and memorable experience for the whole family.”

The current tour schedule is:

  • Sept. 18-19: Toyota Arena, Ontario, Calif.
  • Sept. 25-26: Pechanga Arena, San Diego, Calif.
  • Oct. 2: KFC Yum! Center, Louisville Ky.
  • Oct. 9-10: John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville, Va.
  • Oct. 16-17: Bryce Jordan Center, State College, Pa.
  • Oct. 23-24: NOW Arena, Hoffman Estates, Ill.
  • Oct. 30-31: Scope Arena, Norfolk, Va.
  • Nov. 6-7: Family Arena, St. Charles, Mo.
  • Nov. 13-14: Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, Texas
  • Nov. 20-21: Paycom Center, Oklahoma City, Okla.

Along with awesome demo derbies, obstacle crushing, and feats of gravity-defying horsepower, the popular Crash Zone Pre-Show Party returns, too, beginning two-and-a-half hours prior to showtime. Fans can take part in family-friendly games and activities while walking the competition floor for an up-close view as their favorite monster trucks tower over them.

Hot Wheels Crash Zone

All local safety regulations and guidelines will be enforced at each event.

Tickets are on sale now at HotWheelsMonsterTrucksLive.com.


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