Death-defying stunt show roaring towards Toowoomba

A BMX stunt rider thrills 11,000 Nitro Circus fans in Tasmania at the weekend.
A BMX stunt rider thrills 11,000 Nitro Circus fans in Tasmania at the weekend.

FIFTEEN-METRE-HIGH ramps, motocross riders launching 16 metres into the air, three-person motorbike backflips and death-defying BMX stunts.

Toowoomba . . . prepare for some nitro-fueled thrills.

Nitro Circus Live's Australian regional tour is just seven weeks from touching down in Toowoomba.

The event's arrival will see 100 workers and an expert track team assemble a multi-million-dollar set at the Toowoomba Showgrounds.

It will be constructed and disassembled all within 48 hours.

Nitro Circus Live's regional tour started in Tasmania at the weekend in front of 11,000 screaming fans.
It will arrive in Toowoomba on Saturday, May 4.

Motocross riders perform tandem back-flips during the Nitro Circus Live's show in Tasmania.
Motocross riders perform tandem back-flips during the Nitro Circus Live's show in Tasmania.

"We couldn't have hoped for a better way to kick off the tour; the athletes killed it and the crowd was absolutely packed," Nitro Circus Live promoter Mike Porra said.

"We've got a couple of shows before we reach Toowoomba and I'm sure the show is going to be even bigger and better by the time we arrive."

Tickets are on sale now through www.nitrocircuslive.com and www.ticketdirect.com.au.

For all tour updates and behind the scenes content visit www.nitrocircuslive.com


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