Nitro Circus will celebrate its 20th anniversary at Honda Center in Anaheim

The death-defying stunt show made up of freestyle BMX, scooter and motocross athletes performing insane jumps and tricks returns to the Honda Center in Anaheim this fall.

Presale tickets for the Nitro Circus 20th Anniversary Tour, which comes to Anaheim on Saturday, Oct. 28, go on sale on Tuesday, June 13 for those who register at Remaining tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 16.

Created by motorsports legend Travis Pastrana, the 20th anniversary tour marks the first time the event has taken place at indoor arenas in five years. The show last came to Honda Center in 2018.

Nitro Circus will include stunts by pro riders like BMX and scooter double-threat Ryan “R-Willy” Williams, freestyle motocross star Jackson “Jacko” Strong, and extreme wheelchair athlete pioneer Aaron “Wheelz” Fotheringham, who will be performing tricks adapted for skateboarding and BMX on a wheelchair.

The new production will feature Nitro Circus’ infamous 50-foot Giganta ramp, which launches riders at gnarly distances where they can attempt even more crazy tricks.

Pastrana, who has won five X Games gold medals and five Gravity Games gold medals and also is the first person ever to land a double backflip on a motorcycle in 2006, launched Nitro Circus in 2003. The show has since traveled the world showcasing daredevil athletes.

The Honda Center is at 2695 East Katella Ave., Anaheim. For more information and to register for tickets, go to

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