Monster Jam Atlanta: Drivers, Discounts & FREE Truck Displays

Monster Jam Atlanta, the favorite monster truck extravaganza, is making it’s debut at the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta on February 24 and 25, 2018. Read on for information on tickets, drivers and FREE Monster Truck displays

Monster Jam Atlanta

Photo courtesy of Feld Entertainment – WildFlower is driven by Georgia Tech student Rosalee Ramer

Monster Jam Atlanta shows are some of the best because it’s generally shown on the Speed Channel and the trucks really do it up.

Read below for the Monster Jam Atlanta drivers, where to see free Monster truck displays, and how to score discount tickets to the show.

2018 Monster Jam Atlanta Drivers

The drivers for the 2018 Monster Jam Atlanta event have been announced. They are some of the franchises most popular including: Avenger driven by Jim Koehler, Big Kahuna driven by Shane England, El Toro Loco driven by Bryan Wright, Grave Digger driven by Adam Anderson, Great Clips Mohawk Warrior driven by Bryce Kenny, Ice Cream Man driven by Roy Pridgeon, Jester driven by Matt Pagliarulo, Max-D driven by Neil Elliott, Megalodon driven by Alex Blackwell, Monster Mutt Rottweiler driven by Brad Allen, Mutant driven by Todd LeDuc, Stone Crusher driven by Steve Sims, Whiplash driven by Brianna Mahon, and Xtermigator driven by JR McNeal. Note these trucks and drivers are subject to change, and they could add more drivers at a later date.

Georgia’s Hometown Hero

Unfortunately Georgia Tech student Rosalee Ramer who drives Wild Flower won’t be driving in the Atlanta show this year. Rosalee is not only a female driver in a predominantly male business, but she is also the youngest. Plus she’s a student at Georgia Tech – That’s a pretty accomplished young woman. You can read more about her here. Hopefully she’ll return to the Atlanta show in 2019.

Discount Tickets to Monster Jam Atlanta

Because it’s such a good show (and because we live in Georgia), Monster Jam generally sells out. If you don’t have tickets for the show, get them now or you might be out of luck. Click here for half priced tickets to Monster Jam Atlanta.

Buy One, Get One – Go to your local Circle K location to get your Buy 1, Get 1 voucher for adult tickets. While supplies last.

$15 Voucher -Save Up To $15 on select level tickets with a savings voucher from a participating Chick-fil-A restaurant. While supplies last.

Get a FREE ticket – Spend $69.95 on eyeglasses or contacts at America’s Best and get a FREE ticket to Monster Jam. Restrictions apply, so ask about the promotion before purchasing.

Party in the Pits

For a real up-close and personal experience with the Monster Trucks and drivers, purchase a Pit Party Pass with your Monster Jam Atlanta ticket. You’ll have an opportunity to take pictures with the trucks and meet the drivers, as well as get their autographs. Get there as early as you can. This event can get very crowded and the drivers will leave the Pit Party 30 minutes before the end to get ready for the show. You must have a ticket to the show in addition to a Pit Party Pass.

New in 2018, the Pit Party Early Access Pass is available to fans who purchase a ticket to the Saturday event and provides early entry into the Saturday Pit Party from 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. This pass also serves as the regular Pit Party pass from 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. The Monster Jam drivers will depart from the Pit Party at 5 p.m. The Pit Party Early Access Pass must be accompanied by same-day event ticket and quantities are limited.

Monster Jam Atlanta free truck displays

Those trucks are HUGE when you get up close! Thanks to Noelle of http://jumpin-beans.blogspot.com for letting me take this picture of her and her adorable son.

Monster Jam Atlanta FREE Truck Displays

If you can’t go to the show, or if you just want to get yourself pumped up for the event, here are some Monster Jam Atlanta free truck displays were you can get up close to the big rigs, and meet the drivers. Did I mention it’s FREE! Note: Trucks and drivers can change without notice. Call prior to visiting to ensure trucks will be there.

What: Jester
Where:
Chick-fil-A: 3130 Highway 278 NW, Covington, GA 30014
When: 
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 | 4 to 8 p.m

Truck: Xtermigator
Where: Chick-fil-A: 1781 Eatonton Rd., Madison, GA 30650
When: Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 4 to 8 p.m

Truck: Jester
Where: Chick-fil-A: 2555 Dallas Hwy SW, Marietta, GA 30064
When: Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 4 to 8 p.m

Truck: Xtermigator
Where: Chick-fil-A: 3046 Shallowford Rd. Marietta, GA 30062
When: Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 4 to 8 p.m

Truck: Max-D
Where: Chick-fil-A: 6105 Peachtree Parkway, Norcross, GA 30092
When: Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 4 to 8 p.m

Truck: Avenger
Where: Chick-fil-A: 604 Holcomb Bridge Rd., Roswell, GA 30076
When: Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 4 to 8 p.m

Fun Facts and Tips for taking kids to Monster Jam Atlanta

It’s Loud. REALLY loud. For young children, consider purchasing headphones. For everyone else, bring ear plugs.

Go to the Party in the Pits. This is an awesome way to get up close with the trucks and get pictures. It’s also fun to be down on the floor to see how they create the track.

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Sue Rodman | Managing Editor & Business Development

Sue Rodman is a mother of three boys, a PR professional, writer, and ice cream lover. For eight years, Sue published an award winning family travel blog called Field Trips with Sue, and produced a TV segment with the same name on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta. In Sept. 2016 Field Trips with Sue merged with 365 Atlanta Family. In addition to writing blog posts and managing the advertising and public relations for 365 Atlanta Family, Sue does freelance public relations and her writing has appeared online at TravelingMom, Trekaroo, Minitime Family and other family travel sites. She has contributed to print publications such as Family Fun, Simply Buckhead, BuckHaven and Publix Magazine. In addition, Sue has appeared on local and national news talking about family travel. Sue believes anytime is a good time for dessert and there are no bad field trips, just better stories.

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