San Diego’s most anticipated Monster Truck show is returning to San Diego, California, in January 2024. Last year the event moved from Petco Park to find a new home Snapdragon Stadium. And Monster Jam will be back at Snapdragon again in 2024.
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Monster Jam 2024 Schedule
Here are the dates and with starting times for 2024 Monster Jam Monster Truck Shows in San Diego:
Saturday January 13, 2024 (7:00pm)
Sunday January 14, 2024 (3:00pm)
Saturday January 27, 2024 (7:00pm)
Sunday January 28, 2024 (3:00pm)
Location: The San Diego Monster Jam is taking place at Snapdragon Stadium
SDSU Mission Valley, 2101 Stadium Way, San Diego, CA 92108.
Read up on Parking at Snapdragon
and how to pre-pay for parking
2024 Monster Truck Rally Lineup
For 2024, Adam Anderson is scheduled to return with Grave Digger along with Son-uva Digger (Driver: Ryan Anderson), Bakugan Dragonoid (Driver: Camden Murphy), ThunderROARus (Driver: Colt Stephens), Soldier Fortune (Driver: Kayla Blood), El Toro Loco (Driver: Joe Foley), Megalodon (Driver: Cory Rummell), Monster Mutt (Driver: Chris Koehler), Avenger (Driver: Jim Koehler), Vendetta (Driver: Mike Christensen), Velociraptor (Driver: David Olfert). Keep up with the action at MonsterJam.com
Monster Jam Pit Party
Monster Jam Pit Parties are a unique and immersive experience for fans. These gatherings offer an up-close interaction with the massive Monster Jam trucks, allowing attendees to see these colossal machines from a proximity that’s not typically possible during the main event. Pit Parties also provide a rare opportunity to meet the drivers and crews, get autographs, and take photos with the monster trucks. Beyond the personal interaction, Pit Parties offer an insider’s look at the construction and preparation of the 12,000-pound trucks, making it a fascinating experience for those interested in the mechanics and engineering behind these impressive vehicles. The variety of activities available at Pit Parties can vary by location, adding an element of uniqueness to each event. Event tickets and Pit Pass are required for entry.
- Saturday, January 13, 2024: 2:30 PM–5:30 PM
- Sunday, January 14, 2024: 11:30 AM–1:30 PM
- Saturday, January 27, 2024: 2:30 PM–5:30 PM
- Sunday, January 28, 2024: 11:30 AM–1:30 PM
Monster Jam at Snapdragon Stadium
Last year, the Monster Jam Monster Truck Show was moved to Snapdragon Stadium in Mission Valley, San Diego. The new stadium is the home of SDSU
Aztecs football, San Diego Wave and the newly minted San Diego MLS
soccer team. To prep the field, 26 million pounds of dirt are poured into the stadium! See the transformation
Parking & Directions
Snapdragon Stadium is centrally located in San Diego’s Mission Valley neighborhood. It’s easy to get to the stadium by car or public transportation
Before you arrive, read up on Parking & Tailgating. (Yes you can tailgate at Snapdragon). Helpful hint: you will definitely want to pre-pay for parking.
Food & Drink
If you have not yet been to Snapdragon Stadium, you are in for a treat (literally.) The food & drink concessions
are a delicious variety of local and traditional stadium fare. Come hungry.
Kids love Monsters. Kids love Trucks. So this event is a no-brainer for kids of all ages. You’ll want to bring the right clothes as its an outdoor event. It can also get loud so you may want to have ear protection on hand for your kids. Read the Family Guide
with more general tips for families.
When do the Monster Jam shows end? There is no specific end time, but the events last approximately 2 1/2 hours. The Saturday shows should be over by 10PM. The Sunday shows by 6PM. Please allow time to get out of the parking lot.
Snapdragon Stadium Resources
Special Offers and Discounts
A military discount may be available (Check for more information
). There are no special offers or promo codes to share at this time.
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About Monster JamMonster Jam
is a thrilling motorsport event tour operated by Feld Entertainment since its inception in 1992. As a subsidiary of Feld Entertainment, Monster Jam events are primarily held in North America, with occasional shows in other countries, including Europe, Australia, Mexico, Costa Rica, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Japan, and Singapore.
The heart of Monster Jam competitions revolves around three main categories:
Racing: This is a traditional head-to-head tournament racing format, where the first truck to cross the finish line advances to the next round. The final race of the night determines the event’s racing champion.
Two-Wheel Skills Competition: Introduced in late 2017, this competition sees trucks performing impressive moves on two wheels. Attendees vote for their favorite truck’s performance via a score tracking website, with the highest scorer winning this category.
Freestyle: Drivers get two minutes (or one-and-a-half minutes for arena shows) to demonstrate their skills, executing stunts and tricks over ramps and junked cars. In 2020, a rule was introduced mandating that a truck must complete at least 30 seconds to qualify for a score. Attendees again determine the winner through online voting.
Monster Jam also includes additional events like the “donut” competition, ATV racing, speedster racing, and speedster obstacle course competitions. Crush cars, once a staple of the show, were officially removed in 2019.
The event tours major cities in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, Central America, South Africa, and Australia. The competitive season used to run from January to March, culminating in the World Finals in Las Vegas. However, since 2019, the season concludes in May in Orlando, Florida. There are both arena and stadium tours, with various drivers vying for spots in the prestigious Monster Jam World Finals.
The Monster Jam World Finals, often dubbed the “Super Bowl of monster trucks,” brings together top drivers to compete for racing and freestyle championships. The location of the World Finals rotates, with Orlando, Florida being a recent host. Notably, the 2020 World Finals were canceled due to concerns related to the international coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to live events, Monster Jam has made its mark in licensing, including officially licensed toy versions of monster trucks produced by Mattel’s Hot Wheels brand. Several Monster Jam video games have also been released, and media coverage includes television broadcasts on networks like NBC Sports and MAVTV, along with recaps on the official Monster Jam YouTube channel.
2024 Monster Jam California Tour Dates
See your favorite Monster Trucks all around the West Coast and Southern California in 2024:
- San Francisco, CA – Oracle Park – Jan 06 – Jan 07, 2024 – Stadium Championship West
- San Diego, CA – Snapdragon Stadium – Jan 13 – Jan 14, 2024 – Stadium Championship West
- Anaheim, CA – Angel Stadium – Jan 20 – Jan 21, 2024 – Stadium Championship West
- Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center – Jan 26 – Jan 28, 2024 – Arena Championship West
- San Diego, CA – Snapdragon Stadium – Jan 27 – Jan 28, 2024 – Stadium Championship West
- Anaheim, CA – Angel Stadium – Feb 3- 4, 17 – 18, 2024 – Stadium Championship West
- Fresno, CA – Save Mart Center – Mar 15 – Mar 17, 2024 – Arena Championship West
- Salinas, CA – Salinas Sports Complex – May 05, 2024 – Arena Championship East
- Inglewood, CA – SoFi Stadium – May 18, 2024
See also: AMA Supercross 2024.
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