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GrandmaB from Chicago, Illinois
We took our 3 year old grandson and we all had a great time! Bring your ear plugs and enjoy the show👍 Can’t wait till Nov to see monster trucks show again
Lourie cummins from Hico tx
BEST EXPERIENCE EVER
All the staff were very helpful and friendly. Such great people work with smiles on there face and very helpful. Very respectful. Thank you all so much.
Gaby from Fresno, California
The best show ever
from Detroit, Michigan
The show it self was absoulty amazing, this is my second year coming to Monster Jam and my 12th show. All we wanted to do was take a picture in front of the trucks right after the show and the security guards we very rude. All we wanted was one simple picture and we would have got out of the building. Last year when we went he actually had a security guard take our picture. There attitude and the people skills they had towards us was extremely unnecessary for the task we wanted to do. We were not causing any trouble or harm to anyone. We did not appreciate to rude tone and attitude they had towards us. It was extremely unprofessional. The show itself though was amazing.
Arie Pekar from Hamilton, Ontario
I was disappointed at this show, they spent more time showing us commercials on the jumbtron for kids toys we ought to be buying , the rest of the time was ATV time trails and then at the end for 15min they finally brought out the monster trucks to do some freestyle which you could tell the trucks didn't want to get any dirt on them as they just drove up and down on a ramp, i think i saw 2 trucks do jump over 10ft which is not that impressive in the monster truck world.
Jenn from Orlando, Florida
I grew up going to Monster Jam and over the years it’s gone down hill. We recently took our two children to see Monster Jam at Camping World stadium January 2019. First, they didn’t have most of the main trucks that the whole reason we come to see Monster Jam is to see all the main trucks. They have several trucks that no one has ever heard of and they were not nearly as constructed as Max-D or Grave Digger etc. it seemed like all the drivers were being cautious, they weren’t making nearly the jumps that we are used to seeing. It was also extremely annoying to watch majority of the trucks break apart after one run othe track. It was all about advertising which was also annoying. They had no half time shoe or performance which was boring. I’m not sure we will ever be back. They need to step there game up and make it more exciting for the fans.
HB from Indianapolis, Indiana
SAD PERFORMANCE - DISAPPOINTED
Unfortunately, not much happened tonight. Trucks broke down, easily flipped out of commission, & even the music quit for some time. Not worth the money, this year. 🙁
Katie from Langley, British Columbia
KIND OF BORING REALLY
Very tiny arena, not much room to do anything. Just one dirt ramp in the middle that was it. My 4 year old was bored to tears and we left half way through. It has really gone down hill. Not worth the money at all.
Sam from Grand Rapids, Michigan
RIGGED AND TOO SMALL OF A SPACE
First off, it was obvious Grave Digger (GD) was going to win overall. The moment you walk in all you see is GD merch. You can't even buy a bag of cotton candy without also paying for a GD mask. This venue is much too small of a space to have these trucks. There's no option to get any speed and their abilities are very limited. Bring back Bigfoot. let the voting actually be accurate. And sell things for all the trucks. Not just the one that paid you the most to host this event. BTW, we paid $20 for cotton candy (because there was no option to buy without the mask) and $15 for a snow cone (because there was no option to buy without a merch cup). This event is a money pit and not worth the ticket price. Up your game Monster Jam and stop price gouging. Then next time we may consider coming back.
Dad from Maryland from Maryland
WHAT A LET DOWN
Took my 9 year old son to Monster Jam at Capitol One Area in DC on 1/25. I was shocked how small the arena was and even more disappointed to see multiple cars breakdown after attempting minor jumps and tricks at low speeds. Save your money next time this show comes to an arena that is used for basketball or hockey. My rec: Look for shows in larger venues.
James from Houston, Texas
Stop doing Monster Jam at these tiny indoor arenas. The tricks are lackluster - most of the 'entertainment' is the loud music, dirt bikes, and videos on the jumbotron. If you tune that out and actually watch what the trucks are doing, it's pitiful. There's no space for them to maneuver. Glad my kids were too small to realize the trucks weren't doing anything impressive. These shows give Monster Jam a bad name. Just an advertising gimmick.
John from Austin, Texas
MONSTER JAM @ FRANK ERWIN
Way too small for Monster Jam. Pit Pass is a complete ripoff. Trucks and the motorcycles at “half time” could not do much. Because the place is way too small. Cedar park center would be much better. My 6 year old enjoyed it. But I think I spent $200 for 3 tickets and pit pass plus probably $100 in food, water and drinks. I will never go to such a small venue.
from Providence, Rhode Island
BORING AND DISAPPOINTING
My boyfriend and I went Monster Jam for the first time. We are both big into cars, trucks, racing, etc and thought this would be really exciting. Nope. The best trick we saw was a nose wheelie the entire night. The trucks didn't do much besides a few basic jumps, so the excitement ends very early in the night. The audience judges the majority of the contests, which was disappointing because they just pick their favorite drivers. The drivers did not do anything spectacular or worth almost $60, mostly taxes. Not impressed. Probably won't go back.
Denice from Chicago, Illinois
NOT WORTH THE MONEY
Not at all what I expected. Truck after truck broke down. No flips. No jumping over cars. The guy throwing around boomerangs at intermission was stupid. A lot of down time. Not worth what we paid for tickets.
Evans from Charleston sc
MONSTER JAM CHARLESTON SC 25 JAN 2020
Boring!!! Three trucks broke down no conclusion gravedigger brokdown during last run Watched some fool throwing a boomerang in arena was the best entertainment tonight
Donna Fiedler from Chicago, Illinois
The show moved very slow, very little action. Trucks were flipping easily and out of commission much of the show. I felt completely ripped off! $25/ car to park, water for $6 and without caps - you were given open bottles of water that you had to navigate with snacks, food, e.t.c. MOST of the show was used for advertising other marketing items sold on-site, which were also very expensive. We won't be back.
Jay a from Hartford, Connecticut
What a joke. it was way more expensive inside than the real monster jam. everything was a mess. it was so over crowded. just overall a horrible experience.
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