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Hugo’s Toughest Monster Truck Tour Championship Weekend returns to the Alerus Center

Tickets went on sale Friday, Nov. 26 and are on sale for $5 off and include a free pit pass through Nov. 29.

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The exterior of the Alerus Center in Grand Forks.

The Hugo’s Toughest Monster Truck Tour Championship Weekend returns to the Alerus Center April 23.

Tickets went on sale Friday, Nov. 26 and are on sale for $5 off and include a free pit pass through Nov. 29.

The pit pass includes access for fans to walk the dirt track, see the trucks up close and get autographs with drivers. The Freestyle Motocross team will also be featured, performing high-flying tricks and stunts.

“We are beyond excited to bring this event back to North Dakota, especially since this is the event that the drivers work toward the entire year,” Kelly Hess Goldman, the event promoter, said. “This event determines who will be the 2022 Toughest Monster Truck Tour Champion. This year’s line-up will include former Toughest Monster Truck Tour Champion Bigfoot, driven this year by Brandon Budd, plus many other strong competitors including Dirt Crew, driven by Jerry Beck who usually places in the top three, Quad Chaos driven by former Monster Jam Scooby Doo driver Bailey Shea, Kamikaze driven by Zach Jensen, Jurassic Attack, driven by Dalton Widner, and the return of Tailgator which is now owned and driven by Tim Jones.”

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