Monster Jam returns to Orlando's Camping World Stadium in February


  • Photo courtesy Monster Jam
  • Grave Digger
Monster Jam is coming! (Yes, really.)

Grave Digger and monster truck comrades like Zombie, Scooby-Doo! and Monster Energy are coming back to Orlando's — pandemic? can't hear you over the roar of the engines — outdoors Camping World Stadium on the weekend of Feb. 27-28, for two days' worth of daredevil stunts and speed contests. (And, we're guessing, unlucky smaller cars being smashed to atoms.)

With socially distanced seating, contactless shopping, a limited capacity Pit Party and other precautions in place, this particular Jam is going to look and feel quite a bit different than in previous years, but rest assured the 12,000-pound Monster Jam trucks will still be getting up close and personal with one another.

Tickets starts at $30 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster.

Enhanced safety measures will be in place for these events. Camping World Stadium will be at reduced capacity, and seating will be rearranged for physically distanced pod seating. Masks are required; don't disappoint Grave Digger by grandstanding.

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