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Feld Motor Sports announced that tickets for Nuclear Cowboyz — featuring the world’s top freestyle motocross riders in a never-before-seen, action-packed, record-breaking theatrical freestyle motocross production — are now on sale for the debut engagement at IZOD Center in New Jersey.

Performances are February 26-27 at 7:30 p.m.

The Nuclear Cowboyz tour has assembled the world’s greatest cast of freestyle motocross riders, including Adam Jones, Mike Mason, Nate Adame, Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg, Ronnie Faisst, Todd Potter, Beau Bamburg, Jim McNeil, Dustin Miller, Matt Buyten, Brian Foster, Jimmie McGuire, Jimmy Fitzpatrick, Taka Higashino and Derek Garland. These legends of freestyle motocross will synchronize awe-inspiring tricks while attempting to break world records in a heart pounding two-hour scripted performance.

Fans win be blown away by this new freestyle motocross performance format, which includes a special appearance by Derek Guetler presenting an extraordinary back-flipping quad, the exclusive Nuclear Cowgirlz™ dancers, the latest pyrotechnics and pulsating hard rock music, exotic acrobatic fire presentations, sky-high stilt walkers, astonishing fire-breathers and the famed “Grindergirl.”

A wide range of ticket options are offered. “Power Plant” tickets (which include full cast post-show meet & greet autograph session, official tour t-shirt and poster) are $150. Additional prices are $75-$25.

For more, call 800-745-3000 or visit www.nuclearcowboyz.com.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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