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Monster Jam is Coming to a City Near You and we've got your Discount Code + a FREE Monster Jam Activity Book + a 4-pk of Tickets Up for Grabs

Time to rev up those engines and get ready for some great family fun.  Monster Jam is coming to the San Francisco Bay Area, Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara on April 28 at to be exact and there's a party in the pits!
Grave Digger
All of your favorite monster trucks will be there.  Grave Digger, Son of Grave Digger and our personal fave, The Scarlet Bandit.
Scarlet Bandit
You can save $5 on your adult ticket purchase when you use the code MOM1.  Visit Ticketmaster using this link to get your tickets today and be sure to follow #MonsterJam on social media for more Monster Jam fun!

Monster Jam® is adrenaline-charged family entertainment providing jaw-dropping displays and gravity-defying feats that promises to always leave fans entertained. Monster Jam events feature some of the most recognizable trucks in the world including Grave Digger®, Max-D, El Toro Loco® and many more. Our world-class drivers push these perfectly engineered Monster Jam trucks to their limits in Freestyle, “2-Wheel Skills” and Racing competitions that will put families on the edge of their seats and leave them craving more of this unexpected, unscripted and unforgettable event!

Please note: Savings not valid on premium seats. No double discounts. Savings not valid day of show.  

Click on the image below for a FREE downloadable Monster Jam Activity Book.
G I V E A W A Y
Thanks to our partners at Feld Family Entertainment, one lucky Three Boys and an Old Lady reader will win 4 tickets to the 7 pm April 28 Monster Jam show at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.  Good luck.


Monster Jam Ticket Giveaway

Comments

Doria said…
I've never been to an event like this, but I'd imagine our boys would be interested! I'll have to check it out :)
AiringMyLaundry said…
This would be such a fun show to see! I know it comes through San Antonio sometimes. We might have to go the next time it's here.
candy said…
Monster jams are big here in the mid west so I am sure there are several coming to our area. Tons of people look forward to going and enjoying the show.
Monster Jam is a lot of fun for the family. I know we have a blast!
Terri Beavers said…
The $5 savings will surely help those planning to go to this. I wish it was coming to our area but nothing fun ever does. I live too far in redneck country for fun things. I bet all of the cowboys around here would love this as much as I would.
Rhonda Brown said…
Monster Jam would be so cool to attend! Loud monster trucks, the smell of the exhaust, the cheering of the crowd......Such an amazing time!
Jeannette said…
My son is been begging to go to one of these. I think we might go this year because I think it would be fun for him. I can't wait to see when he comes into town so that we can go.
SimplyTasheena said…
Thanks for sharing the discount code. This would be such a nice place to bring the kiddos during spring break. I know they would have so much fun.
Emily said…
This always looks like so much fun! I know my kids would have a great time going, I will have to check and see when they are coming to my city. This would be a fun surprise for them.
Heather Jones said…
How fun! In a couple of weeks, we get to see some monster trucks in action. I can't wait to take my boys to this event!
Heather D said…
We just attended our first Monster Jam in January. We had fun but ours was indoors and the fumes were awful. Looking forward to attending an outdoor one!
Chubskulit Rose said…
We don't have this kind of event here in our area but I wish we have. MY son would love to see one.
Adrienne said…
I think this event was in Dallas recently. I saw so many people on my Facebook page with photos from Monster Jam. It looks exciting.
Carol Cassara said…
This is totally awesome and exciting. Even if you're not a huge fan, it's tough not to like it at all. Those tickets are worth getting!
sandy n vyjay said…
The Monster Jam looks like a really thrilling event. A great event for the entire family. The kids would surely love this.
Amanda said…
We went to Monster Jam when it was in town last month and we had a blast. Definitely bring your ear plugs because it is so incredibly LOUD. And I loved all of the female drivers, too!
Sara Welch said…
I have never been to a monster jam before. It looks like my boys would have a blast attending!
Marysa said…
We just went to Monster Jam in January. Got to see some faves like Grave Digger and Scooby! We did the pit party too, which was a lot of fun.
Sue Reddel said…
I've heard of Monster Jam before. It sounds and looks like something that would be fun for the whole family.
Kim N said…
I have not been to one yet but would love to take my grandkids! I've always liked Grave Digger.
erica hall said…
We haven't been yet but I'm sure my nine year old son would be THRILLED to go!
tregan28 said…
I have never been to a Monster Jam but I would really like to take my boys. They love BIG trucks!

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