ATLANTA (February 15, 2103) Feld Motor Sports announced today that the Advanced Auto Parts Monster Jam show at the Georgia Dome on Saturday has sold out general seating for the tenth consecutive year.
The only tickets that remain are a limited number of individual tickets in a luxurious Super Suite, priced at $120 each and available through Ticketmaster.com.
The Advanced Auto Parts Monster Jam show headlines a plethora of activities in downtown Atlanta Saturday with a capacity crowd at the Georgia Dome.
In addition to Monster Jam at the Dome Saturday night, downtown Atlanta will be very busy as the Georgia World Congress Center hosts the 2013 CHEERSPORT National Championship (approximately 65,000 attendees) and the Bronner Bros. International Hair Show (approximately 40,000 attendees). Philips Arena will host the Ringling Bros. circus for three shows and there will be a concert at the Tabernacle.
With the numerous events going on it is strongly recommended that fans allow extra travel time getting to Monster Jam as traffic will be heavy in and around downtown Atlanta.
Fans without a pre-paid parking passes are strongly recommended to take MARTA to the Georgia Dome as all parking lots will sell out early. MARTA provides many free parking options at stations system-wide. The Georgia Dome has two transit stations within walking distance, the Georgia Dome Station and the Vine City Station. For complete information on traveling with MARTA, visit itsmarta.com.
Pre-paid parking passes can be purchased at gadome.com
MONSTER JAM INFORMATION
The Monster Jam Pit Party will begin at 2:00 p.m. Fans must have a separate pit party ticket in addition to their Monster Jam ticket to attend this event. Tickets for the Pit Party are available for no additional cost at any Metro PCS location in the Atlanta area, while supplies last. They are available for $15 on Saturday at the Georgia Dome Box Office.
For fans without a Pit Party pass, doors to the Georgia Dome will open at 5:00 p.m. and the show will begin at 7:00 p.m.
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