Monster Jam ticket sales have crashed through all other box office records for this weekend’s showpiece, with over 40,000 tickets sold already, stadium bosses are expecting a sell out crowd for this enormous family show.

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The atmospheric bowl is in the process of being transformed into a monster trucks track with over 3500 tonnes of dirt laid out across the concrete surface, ready for some side-by-side racing and freestyle competitions where the drivers can really showcase their skills controlling these mammoth machines.

Millennium Stadium Audio: Listen to what it is like to drive round in the Monster Jam truck Grave Digger
Millennium Stadium Video: Batman Monster Jam truck in action
Millennium Stadium Video: Grave Digger Monster Jam truck in action
Millennium Stadium Audio: Alex Blackwell discusses the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Monster Jam truck

The Monster Jam show is one of the biggest family entertainments events in the US and Saturday’s event in Cardiff looks set to follow suit. Venue Sales Manager Alex Luff brought the event to the Millennium Stadium after visiting the show in the United States last year.

“Monster Jam at Millennium Stadium has taken off more than we ever could’ve expected,” said Luff. “We’ve broken all UK box office records and are looking at a complete sell-out on Saturday night with more than 40,000 spectators filling the Stadium bowl. This is the first time we have had Monster Jam at the Stadium and we’re looking at how the public would take to this type of motorsport event; the results so far are staggering. The Millennium Stadium is fast becoming the UK motorsport venue as we’re hosting more and more near capacity crowds at events such as Speedway and Rally; and Monster Jam looks like being right up there with those well established events.”

Monster Jam promoters are just as delighted with the anticipated crowd attendance, Magnus Danielson Monster Jam Senior Director said: “We’re thrilled to be here in the fantastic Millennium Stadium, this is the largest facility we have visited on the whole of the European Tour and we’re expecting a sell out event on Saturday. Not only have we broken the UK Box Office record but along with our partners at Millennium Stadium, we have been able to set another record for the single largest viewing audience for a Monster Jam event in the history of the European Tour.”

Ticket Information

Thursday 25th October 2007
Tickets are still available from Ticketmaster priced at £20 for Adults and £10 for Children until 5pm. Call 08705 582 582 or Book Online.

Friday 26th October 2007
Tickets will be available between 9am and 5pm to personal callers only at the Millennium Stadium Ticket Office, 98 St Mary Street, Cardiff. Tickets will also be available from Ticketline, Westgate Street, Cardiff (9am-5pm) to personal callers and via their booking line on 029 2023 0130.

Saturday 27th October 2007
Tickets will be available to personal callers only from Ticketline, Westgate Street, Cardiff (9am-7pm) and Cardiff Blues Ticket Office, Westgate Street, Cardiff (12pm-8pm). Millennium Stadium Ticket Office, 98 St Mary Street, Cardiff will only be available for collections.