Monster Jam’s Ultimate Lineup for FAN WELLNESS
Our 12,000-pound trucks are revved up and ready for action.
08/09/21 Update: As the pandemic recovery progresses, Feld Entertainment is continuing to closely monitor changes to government mandates, public health guidelines and industry standards. Each city’s pandemic response is unique to the circumstances in the particular state and local community, so we are working closely with our venue partners to adjust our COVID-19 related protocols based on state and local requirements. Seating capacities will be determined on a case-by-case basis, and we are scheduling full capacity performances where permissible. Face coverings are strongly encouraged and may be required per state, city and venue policies. The CDC recommends face coverings if you are not fully vaccinated and for everyone in public indoor settings in areas of substantial or high transmission. As a valued patron of Feld Entertainment, the safety of you, our guests, cast, crew, and everyone involved in the production of Monster Jam is our top priority. We will continue to update all event pages with up-to-date information on our Fan Wellness policies. Please also continue to check your local venue’s website.
We are excited to welcome you to Monster Jam, where your well-being is our top priority. Our enhanced health and safety measures are designed to deliver the same full-throttle family experience while keeping your family safe. Get ready for the fun as you learn more about what we are doing to Get Ready for the Action!
GET READY FOR THE ACTION!
It’s time to get to the track for some full-throttle family fun.
Monster Jam Checklist
Monster Jam is working hard with our trusted venue partners to ensure the highest standards of safety and wellness when it comes to today’s live experience. Please check the venue website to review venue policies, including face covering and entry requirements, as restrictions ease. Please note that temperature checks/entry screenings may be required at certain venues. You can find a link to the venue website within the local event page on MonsterJam.com. Go to the Schedule & Tickets page to get started.
SEATING AND DISTANCING
Monster Jam has been working closely with a variety of state and local leaders, health organizations, and local arena and stadium management to develop protocols for safety and wellness while our guests are in the venue. Seating capacities and configurations and social distancing guidelines will be determined on a case-by-case basis, based on local requirements. Please check the local event page on MonsterJam.com for details for your event. Go to the Schedule & Tickets page to get started.
To support our drivers, hosts, and crew safety and wellness, we’ve currently modified the Monster Jam experience. This means autograph sessions and VIP Experiences have been temporarily halted, but there are still many ways to stay connected to your favorite Monster Jam athletes and trucks! Don’t forget to stay connected with #MonsterJam via social media. Plus, when you are at the event make sure to check out the live interviews and fan voting.
Pit parties have resumed in select cities, where allowed. Pit party capacities will be determined on a case-by-case basis and Monster Jam will limit activities and implement health and safety measures, based on the event, venue, and local authorities’ guidelines.
Monster Jam has reimagined the live event guest experience for getting all your favorite Monster Jam gear. We’ve created new touch-free payment and digital purchasing options for your convenience and safety. Fans can now skip the line by pre-ordering items prior to arriving at the venue and have their purchase ready upon arrival at the event.
The Fan Checklist
Remember to check the temperature of each member of your party before arriving at the arena or stadium. If anyone has a temperate of 100.4° or more or is not feeling well, please stay at home. Monster Jam has a flexible ticket exchange policy if you need to alter your plans due to illness.
Face coverings are strongly encouraged and may be required per state, city and venue policies. The CDC recommends face coverings if you are not fully vaccinated and for everyone in public indoor settings in areas of substantial or high transmission