In recent years, a rather unlikely trend involving paying to indulge in smashing things like cars, household items, and even entire rooms has become extremely popular.

However, one thing that has been popular across the nation along the same lines has been around for many years, in the form of demolition derbies.

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There's just something therapeutic about smashing things, and even watching things get smashed, that supplies just as much adrenaline and, at the same time, a fun gathering for the entire family.

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Luckily for those who consider themselves fans of this unique type of entertainment, this summer will see an action-packed demolition derby return to Grand Junction, Colorado.

Demolition Derby Returns to Grand Junction Colorado this Summer

The Demolition Derby and Freestyle Motocross Show is coming to the Mesa County Fairgrounds on July 20, 2024. In addition, the demolition derby will also include a kids' derby, which further solidifies the family-friendly nature of the event.

Tickets are currently on sale at the demolition derby's event page for varying prices based on the caliber of the experience. These include general admission, premium, and VIP options.

The day of the event will see the Mesa County Fairgrounds open the doors at 5 p.m., two hours prior to the commencement of the actual show itself at 7 p.m.

It's always great to see fun, family-friendly events arrive in Grand Junction during the summertime, and this demolition derby will undoubtedly be one to remember for years to come.

 

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