Its the Return of the Monsters Part IV

The Monsters of Destruction are back for another round of flying, crushing, landing and pushing their own limits to win the competition each night of Monster Madness Show. The better they score, the higher the purse, and the more cash they win.

  • Thursday, August 28, 2008 11:39am
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The Monsters of Destruction are back for another round of flying

The Monsters of Destruction are back for another round of flying

The Monsters of Destruction are back for another round of flying, crushing, landing and pushing their own limits to win the competition each night of Monster Madness Show. The better they score, the higher the purse, and the more cash they win.
There are two specific events of competition: Straight Line Drags and Obstacle Course Racing. For this, the truck waits for the green light, then its a race against the clock. If they jump the line early and get a red light, they are disqualified. Then after the competition and just for fun, the drivers take to the Freestyle course. This is where the freestyling is in motion. Fans will enjoy the skills and creative talents of Big Foot, Bounty Hunter, El Matador, Iron Outlaw, Obsession, Natural High, King Krunch, The Captain, and the 2006 Evergreen State Fairs winner, Pro Comp Tire.
Four motocross riders will compete against each other throughout the night, as well. Plus, a fireworks show will immediately follow the Monster Trucks both nights. Itll all happen Thursday and Friday, Aug. 23 and 24. On Thursday, when kids 15 years and under already enjoy free gate admission, they also get into Monster Madness for only $10. Adult tickets are $20. On Friday, ticket prices are $15 for kids 2 15 years; and Adult, $20. The show begins at 7:30 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m.
You may purchase your Monster Madness tickets from Ticketmaster. Internet (www.ticktmaster.com) and phone (206-628-0888) sales will be cut off at 8 p.m. the day before the show. Ticketmaster retail outlets will sell tickets with fair gate admission until 6 p.m. day of the show. Please inform Ticketmaster if a disabled seat is required. Age 2 years and older require a ticket.
To avoid services fees, go to the Fairgrounds. Buy your tickets at the administration office Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., until Aug. 17. From Aug. 18 – 22, purchase your tickets at the West Gate Box Office from 1 – 6 p.m. During the fair (Aug. 23 – 30) purchase tickets at the West Gate Box Office 10 a.m. 8 p.m.; or at the Grandstand Box Office: 3 8 p.m. Tickets purchased prior to the day of the show include required Fair Gate Admission. Tickets purchased day of show, on-site at the fair, do not include required Fair Gate Admission. Subject to change.

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