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For the first time ever the Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live tour will come to the UK in early 2020.
The tour kicks off in Manchester on 3 January 2020, before heading to Birmingham and Glasgow.
The new arena show will bring the famous Hot Wheels Monster Trucks to life, combining the brand’s iconic jumps, stunts, epic crashes, smashes and loads more.
The Hot Wheels Moster Truck Live tour launched in the US earlier this year, where stateside fans have been able to witness trucks such as Bigfoot, Bone Shaker and Demo Derby in action. Watch highlights from the tour’s Texas stop below:
Alongside the trucks, each family-friendly show will also feature the superstars of freestyle motocross, world record attempts, and Megasaurus – the humongous fire-breathing prehistoric robot that loves to eat anything on four wheels.
Hot Wheels is the number one selling toy in the world with more than 16.5 cars sold every second. Originally launched in 1968, the brand has evolved from its simple yet adored toy car with the orange track into a truly global phenomenon. Alongside the toys cars, Hot Wheels has spawned several video games and a live-action Hot Wheels film is currently in the works.
The epic new live show will give fans of Hot Wheels the chance to see their favourite Hot Wheels Monster Trucks live in action across the UK in 2020.
Alongside standard tickets, there will also be a range of VIP options available, including a pre-show party with photo opportunities, driver meet and greets, autograph sessions and more.
Here are the dates:
3 January 2020 – Manchester Arena (18:30)
4 January 2020 – Manchester Arena (11:30 & 18:30)
5 January 2020 – Manchester Arena (18:30)
31 January 2020 – Birmingham Arena (18:30)
1 February 2020 – Birmingham Arena (11:30 & 18:30)
2 February 2020 – Birmingham Arena (18:30)
7 February 2020 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow (18:30)
8 February 2020 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow (11:30 & 18:30)
Tickets for the shows will be available from 9:00 on Friday 5 July 2020 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.