No Limits Monster Trucks are coming to the Bell County Expo Center this Friday and Saturday, January 14 - 15th. The action starts at 7:30pm each night.

Make Your Weekend Plans Now

This weekend is guaranteed to be fun with the return of No Limits Monster Trucks, plus your chance to check it all out on us!

The Morning Routine with AZ & Tamme will be giving away a family 4-pack of tickets for all the excitement, so be listening for your chance to win.

Both nights are jam-packed with fun for the entire family, with the Hot Rod and Mud Bog, X Game Motorcycle Jumpers busting out all kinds of tricks, and the Monster Trucks Showdown World Championship.

What's On Tap?

Appearances by Bear Foot, Monster Patrol, King Krunch, Wicked Sickness, Outlaw Wrangler and Southern Sass...she ain't scared!

Need more?

A Monster Ride Truck, Kids Power Wheelx, Texas Tuff Trucks, and Hooligan Mini Bikes are sure to keep you entertained.

Where Can I Get Tickets?

Grab your tickets online at BellCountyExpo.com.

Prices range from $15 to $35, and 4-packs are available starting at $120, with a free Pit Party included.

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Military discounts are also being offered, with all seats $25 in advance, $30 day of show.

How Do I Win Free Tickets?

The Morning Routine with AZ & Tamme will have your chance to call in and win family four packs on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in the 7am hour.

Plus, we'll give you a chance to win on the US105 Mobile App, so listen for that code word.

Our mobile app is a great way to stay connected to everything happening in Central Texas, from breaking weather and news to exclusive contests. Plus, you can take all your favorite New Country with you everywhere you go.

Grab the free download now at US105fm.com.

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