@MonsterJam @dunkindonutsctr Providence – This Weekend – Review

Monster Jam is in Providence!

Saturday, February 22 @ 2:00pm & 7:30pm
            Sunday, February 23 @ 2:00pm

Meet the trucks and score autographs from the drivers
Saturday, Feb 22 before the 2pm performance – 11:00am-12:45pm 
Pit Passes available for $10.00 at the Box Office or


Monster Jam® returns to Providence for one weekend only!  SAVE $5 on adult tickets!

Monster Jam® is the hottest edge-of-your-seat, live motor sports property on the planet and largest touring family show in North America! Kids’ seats are just HALF PRICE to all shows, PLUS adults can SAVE $5 to all 7:30pm evening performances when you use code FAMSAVE at!* 

These arena events blow the roof off traditional motor sports racing, as 1,500 HP monster trucks fly 30 feet in the air, flattening anything in their path. Come watch the action as World Champion Grave Digger, Monster Mutt, Krazy Train, Crushstation and more come to battle it out at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center February 21-23!  Get your tickets today!

Enjoy their amazing photos on Instagram.  Some great action!
We were fortunate to be able to attend on 2/21 along with Pit Passes.  This was an experience we will never forget.  My kids were hooting and hollering the entire time.  We arrived right at 5:30pm and met so many of the drivers – not even just Monster Jam drivers but also Nuclear Cowboyz riders!  What a nice treat that was.  The place was full of excitement at all times.  I was so impressed with how friendly every driver was, going above and beyond for the kids and families.  What a great show.  
Because my husband and I are public school administrators we loved the Higher Education Monster Vehicle.  But of course there was a super fond side of us that loved Monster Mutt.  And who doesn’t just love Grave Digger!   

In between the Monster Jam show segments there were four wheeler races and then even some Nuclear Cowboyz.  Tricks galore all night long.  There was a little excitement when two four wheelers became tangled up but it looked like everyone walked away okay.  

Those purple and yellow structures in the photos are cars – they started out as cars at the beginning of the evening but then ended up flat as pancakes!  I have no idea how these groups clean up the floor surface after their shows.  There was so much dirt and clay!  

Check out some of the excitement.  I would like to give proper credit to Sandy Mayo who was the winner of the family four pack – some of these photos are hers and she graciously allowed me to share them.  


And for a piece of the action!

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