Have some rambunctious kids who love monster trucks? Or, just curious what a monster truck is? Here is your chance to indulge in all things trucks! Rev your engines fans because Monster Jam is headed to the Linc in Philly on June 4th!!!
Before kids, my husband dragged me to this event. That’s how I thought about it because I really didn’t care about monster trucks very much — boy was I surprised! Once there, I had a blast! If you think giant (and loud) trucks aren’t your thing, you definitely need to give this a try!
What exactly is a monster truck? Monster trucks are approximately 11 feet tall and about 12 feet wide, and are custom-designed machines that sit atop 66-inch-tall tires and weigh a minimum of 9,000 pounds. Built for short, high-powered bursts of speed up to 100mph. Monster Jam Features*: USHRA Monster Trucks including Maximum Destruction® driven by Tom Meents, Backdraft driven by Jeremy Slifko, Lucas Oil Crusader℠ driven by Linsey Weenk, Grave Digger® driven by Charlie Pauken, Grave Digger The Legend℠ driven by Adam Anderson, and many more!
SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR READERS:
When you go this Ticketmaster page to purchase seats for Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam at The Linc June 4, you can use the code BLOGGER to save $10 on all $25 and $35 seats! (Note: The code and discount also work if someone orders by phone at 800-745-3000) This discount does not apply to front row and VIP seats, kids pricing, or $15 seats, and it’s not available on the day of the show.
One lucky reader will win a family four pack of tickets to the event on June 4th! The tickets will be held at Will Call the day of the event, and the winner should bring a photo ID. Entering is easy, just fill in the form below!
For a bonus entry, you can LIKE your Philly Burb Moms Facebook page and let us know (we do verify so please make sure you have liked us!) Facebook page links are: Chester County Moms, Delaware County Moms or Montgomery County Moms.
*Disclosure: Philly Burb Moms was provided tickets for our readers in exchange for this post.Ticket fulfillment is the responsibility of the sponsor and not Philly Burb Moms