Motorcross, BMX, and crazy-contraption riders execute tricks, flips, and other antics in a thrilling show filled with non-stop action
What You'll Get
- $19 for one ticket for seating in section P4
- $29 for one ticket for seating in section P3
- $39 for one ticket for seating in section P2
- $64 for one one ticket for seating in VIP section
- VIPs go behind the scenes at the Nitro World Games exclusive passes that include the best seats in the house, as well as a pre-event track walk. Nitro Club pass holders will receive a souvenir lanyard.
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Nitro World Games
On Saturday, July 16, the Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah will host the first ever Nitro World Games. Created by extreme sports competitor Travis Pastrana along with Nitro Circus CEO and Creative Director Michael Porra, the historical action sport event will revolutionize action sports competition as it features the most talented athletes world wide as they compete in seven gold medal events: FMX, FMX Biggest Trick, BMX Best Trick, BMX Triple Jump, Skate Best Trick, Scooter Best Tricks, and Inline Best Tricks. Each event will be a final round in which riders attempt awe-inspiring, and in many cases brand new tricks, and are then judged by a panel of veterans of each discipline. On top of all that, Pastrana will lead an FMX throwdown in the Travis Pastrana No Rules Freestyle Legends Event, where riders are challenged to claim the most outrageous trick in a course he designed himself.
According to Pastrana, viewers can look forward to watching the “best of the best going head to head, attempting tricks no one has ever seen before. With the Nitro World Games, we wanted to create an event that raised the bar and took action sports to the next level.” The competition will feature new disciplines, formats, and tricks, and over 15 different ramps taking over the floor, including Nitro Circus’ trademark 50-foot Giganta Ramp. Fans at home and in the stands will be equally entertained by pyrotechnics, state of the art replay screens, and a unique Nitro-invented live scoring system that allows fans to engage with the competition throughout the event.