ST. GEORGE — The “Monster Truck Insanity Tour” will be returning to the Iron County Fairgrounds in Parowan for 2 huge events Sept. 23 and 24.
This tour includes five of the nation’s biggest and baddest monster trucks, along with the crazy Live A Little Freestyle Motocross Insanity Team, insane side-by-side tough truck and utility task vehicle — or UTV — races for locals and one of the biggest monster ride trucks on Earth.
The Monster Truck Insanity Tour, promoted by Live A Little Productions out of Idaho, promises to bring an exciting weekend of motorsports competition and entertainment. The tour was established in 2015 to provide an all new racing and competition format.
“We are absolutely thrilled to bring the ‘Monster Truck Insanity Tour’ back to Parowan for 2016,” said Skyler Neibaur, CEO of Live A Little Productions, which produces motorsports events across the entire western U.S. “The folks at Parowan City and Iron County have been an absolute pleasure to work with and we look forward to bringing this event back year after year. These communities showed huge support for this event last year, which has our monster truck drivers thrilled to compete at this facility and undoubtedly put on a great show again for the fans and sponsors.”
Discounted, family-affordable advance tickets are available at the Parowan and Cedar City/Brian Head Visitors Centers, or can be purchased online.
About Live A Little Productions
Live A Little Productions, based in Rigby, Idaho, produces over 40 motorsports events a year including the “Western Grand National Pulling Series,” “Monster Truck Insanity Tour,” “Dirt Wars” and the “Live A Little Freestyle Motocross Insanity Tour.”
Events are located in 10 western states, and competitors come from all across the U.S. and Canada. For event information, visit Live A Little Productions online or contact them by telephone at 888-490-1990.
- What: Monster Truck Insanity Tour
- When: Sept. 23 and 24 at 7:30 p.m.
- Where: Iron County Fairgrounds, 68 S 100 East, Parowan
- Tickets may be purchased at Parowan and Cedar City-Brian Head Visitors Centers as well as online.