Unless you’ve been living under a rock (and if you have, get in touch. I halve a lot of questions for you. A lot) you’ll know that Nitro Circus are heading back to this side of the Atlantic later this year for their insane You Got This Tour.

Travis Pastrana, the Nitro Circus' fearless ringleader promises to bring  the biggest, wildest, and most ill-advised stunts on the planet, right to your doorstep. Well, close to your doorstep. Literally to your doorstep has all kinds of logistical and practical issues. But the point is that they’re coming. And due to phenomenal demand, the Nitro Circus gang have had to add some extra dates to the tour.

How To Get Ticket for The Nitro Circus 2018 Tour

Travis and the team will be sticking around in London after adding an extra date at the 02 on Saturday 24th November after tickets for the Friday show started flying out. With this extra date in the UK, there’s now an extra chance to see first hand the daredevil action, Never Been Done tricks, and gnarly slams up close and personal.

There has also been an extra date added to the French leg of the tour on Saturday 1st December at the AccorHotels Arena, Paris. Tickets go on sale for this additional date on Friday 8th June. Nitro Circus in Paris. The city of love combined with the circus of insanity. What’s not to love?

With tickets selling so quickly, you’d do well to snap yours up before they all sell out. Here’s your full guide on how to get tickets for the Nitro Circus tour 2018, so now you’ve got no excuses.

Here’s a full rundown of the You Got This Nitro Circus 2018 Tour:

The Nitro Circus 2018 UK Tour Dates

Monday 19th November - Birmingham Barclaycard NIA

Wednesday 21st November Glasgow Hydro

Thursday 22nd November - Manchester MEN Arena

Friday 23rd November - London O2

NEW DATE: Saturday 24th November - London 02


The Nitro Circus 2018 European Tour Dates

Tuesday 27t November - Stockholm Tele 2

Friday 30th November - Paris AHA (Bercy)

NEW DATE: Saturday 1st December - Paris AHA (Bercy)


Tuesday 4th December - Munich Olympiahalle

Thursday 6th December - Zurich Hallenstadion

Saturday 8th December - Mannheim SAP Arena

Sunday 9th December - Antwerp Sportspalais

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