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The monster jam show was amazing! Enjoyed it so much! However, the security guard out front tonight was very rude! I was standing outside waiting in line for the show. I am a woman and when I have to use the bathroom I have to go. He told me no and that I was not allowed and then proceeded to laugh about it and let others use the bathroom. Not cool and a total jerk.
Justin from Austin, Texas
GOOD SHOW, NOT A GREAT VENUE
Monster Jam was fun, and the kids enjoyed it. The Moody Center, however, leaves a lot to be desired.
First, it's owned by Ticketmaster, so be prepared to pay a fortune in fees.
Parking is $40.
Bottled waters are $5, tiny popcorns are $5, and pretzels are $8. Beers go up to $18 each. I get that venue concessions are overpriced, but this is ridiculous.
Venue was too small to host the event, so the trucks never got to do really amazing stunts. It was mostly small jumps over a tiny hill in the middle of the floor.
Really, if you can, avoid the Moody Center.
Arie Pekar from Hamilton, Ontario
I was disappointed at this show, they spent more time showing us commercials on the
jumbtron for kids toys we ought to be buying , the rest of the time was ATV time trails
and then at the end for 15min they finally brought out the monster trucks to do some
freestyle which you could tell the trucks didn't want to get any dirt on them as they just
drove up and down on a ramp, i think i saw 2 trucks do jump over 10ft which is not that
impressive in the monster truck world.
Jenn from Orlando, Florida
I grew up going to Monster Jam and over the years it’s gone down hill. We recently took our two children to see Monster Jam at Camping World stadium January 2019. First, they didn’t have most of the main trucks that the whole reason we come to see Monster Jam is to see all the main trucks. They have several trucks that no one has ever heard of and they were not nearly as constructed as Max-D or Grave Digger etc. it seemed like all the drivers were being cautious, they weren’t making nearly the jumps that we are used to seeing. It was also extremely annoying to watch majority of the trucks break apart after one run othe track. It was all about advertising which was also annoying. They had no half time shoe or performance which was boring. I’m not sure we will ever be back. They need to step there game up and make it more exciting for the fans.
HB from Indianapolis, Indiana
SAD PERFORMANCE - DISAPPOINTED
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. 🙁
Katie from Langley, British Columbia
KIND OF BORING REALLY
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.
Sam from Grand Rapids, Michigan
RIGGED AND TOO SMALL OF A SPACE
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.
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