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The World’s Largest Inflatable Obstacle Course – The Monster – Is Coming to Melbourne In 2018

December 18, 2017 Whats On No Comments Email Email

TEG Life Like Touring are bringing the World’s largest inflatable obstacle course The Monster to Australia in 2018.  For three days, The Grand Pavilion at Melbourne Showgrounds will become The Monster’s hub. With over 270 metres of madness, the inflatable obstacle course is the ultimate bouncy castle experience for adults. Participants will be able to run, jump and boogie their way around the phenomenal 30 obstacles, before grabbing a beer and a burger and dancing the day away.

The Monster is a festival with a twist, or a bounce, featuring live DJs and an extraordinary sound and lighting show. The festival atmosphere promises to deliver the most ridiculously fun day and night out you could possibly imagine with a host of mouth-watering street foods, craft beer, cocktails and of course the ultimate challenge of taming The Monster.

 “The Monster is an epic summer event that you will never forget!  We have some great DJs to announce soon so grab your friends and come celebrate with us across the long weekend.” Spencer McLaren, TEG Life Like Touring General Manager.

The Monster arrives in Melbourne from January 26th – 28th and is an 18+ event.

Tickets go on sale 11am Monday 18 December with sessions available between 12pm and 10pm daily. After you’ve run, jumped and danced your way through, attendees will be free to enjoy the festival for the remainder of the day.

Melbourne will be The Monster’s first stop in Australia for 2018. Further cities will be announced in the new year.

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