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Monster Jam Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.0 star rating (2.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 56



2.0 star rating HB from Indianapolis, Indiana


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. 🙁

2.0 star rating Katie from Langley, British Columbia


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.

2.0 star rating Sam from Grand Rapids, Michigan


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.

2.0 star rating Dad from Maryland from Maryland


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.

2.0 star rating 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.

2.0 star rating John from Austin, Texas


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.

2.0 star rating from Grand Rapids, Michigan


This is the second time I've been to a Monster Jam show. The first one was in 2019 and was a great show. This year (2022) my son and I saw it again at the same place (Van Andel Arena) and it was a huge letdown. The drivers seemed either very inexperienced or totally holding back. One of the drivers looked like he wasn't even old enough to get a driver's license. There was just one jump in the middle that kept getting ruined. Some the trucks stayed parked in the corners preventing the other trucks from getting any real speed/air. There were several breakdowns and a lot of time where nothing was happening. When the trucks were jumping their back tires hardly got off the ground. Only one of the truck tried doing a back flip and failed. The dirtbikes during the half time show were the most exciting part. Based on this show I won't be going again. Not worth the price of tickets, parking, and price-gouging on snacks/drinks inside the arena.

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