The Gillette Stadium in Foxborough Massachusetts will be hosting the Monster Jam on June 25, 2016. TicketProcess.com has a plethora of tickets available for anyone that wants to attend the event at prices that are manageable with any budget.
Monster Jam is a televised motorsport event that tours around the United States and is operated by Feld Entertainment. During the show, monster trucks face off in two different forms of competition known as Racing and Freestyle. In smaller shows, they hold wheelie competitions or a donut contest. Every year the tour begins in the spring and ends in March with the World finals located in Las Vegas Nevada. Throughout the tour, the Monster Jam visits numerous venues around the United States like the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough Massachusetts.
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