ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — Families and fans of all ages can experience the thrill of seeing the Hot Wheels monster truck toys come to life at the BMO Harris Bank Center this winter.
The Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live event will visit Rockford on February 29th and March 1st for 3 performances in a full-sized, kid-focused, immersive Hot Wheels experience.
Child tickets are $8, adult tickets are $26.
From the press release:
Experience the thrill as Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live brings audiences the only opportunity to see real-life versions of the iconic Hot Wheels monster trucks toys including Bone Shaker™, Tiger Shark™, V8 Bomber™, Demo Derby and Hot Wheels® Racing 1. The show will also feature the original monster truck, BIGFOOT®. Fans will be fully immersed in exciting action and competitions as their favorite monster trucks perform daring jumps and stunts with epic bashing and crashing throughout the show. In addition, all event performances will include a special appearance from the car-eating, fire-breathing transforming robot MEGASAURUS, and the high-flyers of Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live, Freestyle Motocross!
The popular Crash Zone Pre-Show Party is FREE with every ticket purchase and held 2-1/2 hours before every performance! Fans are invited to arrive early for a chance to get up close and personal with the stars of the show, collect autographs from all the Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live performers and see their favorite monster trucks in real life form. A valid event ticket is required to enter the venue for the Crash Zone Pre-Show Party but does not guarantee entry as there is a Crash Zone event capacity, which will be monitored by the venue on event day. Entry into the Crash Zone Pre-Show Party will be on a first come, first serve basis.
A FREE post-show autograph session will take place on the concourse after every show. Fans are invited to stay after the show to get photos and autographs from the Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live performers.
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