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MetraPark will host the No Limits Monster Truck and Thrill Show on Feb. 16, featuring professional wrestlers and live motorsports — another interesting entertainment combination announced by the entertainment complex owned by Yellowstone County. 

The promoter of the event, Checkered Flag Promotions is offering free tickets to federal employees — for every ticket they purchase, they receive another one free.  

“Our event is all about families and having fun," said Ed Beckley, president of Checkered Flag Promotions, in a press release. "I want to give them a way to stretch their dollars and have a blast at the show.”

Purchases may be made at the MetraPark Box Office by showing a Federal Employee ID Card.

The lineup of trucks includes Bigfoot, Ghost Ryder, Unnamed Untamed, Girl Power, Rat Attack, and Project Back-Flip. The "Bad Boys of Professional Wrestling" will also join the show with matches between United States and Canadian wrestlers, plus a women's wrestling match. 

Second-graders see Bigfoot

In this Gazette file photo, second-graders at Elder Grove School see Bigfoot during the monster truck’s visit to the school. The truck will return to Billings Feb. 16 during the No Limits Monster Truck and Thrill Show at MetraPark. 

In addition, local riders will compete in an obstacle course with trucks or old cars in the Tuff Truck Races.

Children's activities include monster truck rides for $10 per passenger, Kid's Zone with balloon artist and Power Wheel Races. Children ages 3-7 are invited to participate in the race and compete against others in their age group. Parents are asked to call 940-683-4742 to register. 

Tickets priced from $18 to $33 are available at www.metrapark.com, at the MetraPark box office, 308 6th Ave. N., or by phone at 800-366-8538. 

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Arts and Entertainment Reporter

Arts & Entertainment Reporter at The Billings Gazette.