Bradford’s gearing up for the Extreme Stunt Show
THRILLSEEKERS in Bradford can enjoy an evening of astounding action as world famous extreme acts descend upon the city for one night only.
The Extreme Stunt Show, which is coming to the Provident Stadium on November 4, has mesmerised petrol-heads and car fanatics worldwide for the past 30 years with an array of death defying tricks and show stopping stunts.
Fireworks, monster trucks and death-defying stunts provide fun for all the family with performaces from freestyle motocross star, John Pearson, the UK’s top FMXer.
Stunt driver Terry Grant is also joining in on the intense action. Fresh from his latest World Record achievements for car-giant Jaguar.
The multiple world record holding stunt driver known for his infamous loop the loop and barrel roll will be coming to Bradford in his first ever visit to the Extreme Stunt Show.
John Pearson said: “We are really pumped to be coming together in Bradford for this 10-year anniversary show.
“The crowds were fantastic last time we rode at the stadium and we plan to put on an even better show this time around. We have some new tricks up our sleeves for this one time only show.
“The adrenaline’s always pumping when you’re heading into the skies. It’s electric!”
The stunt driving continues as Guinness world record holders Two Brothers Racing, fresh from Hollywood blockbuster London Has Fallen, will be bringing their flair for street bike freestyle to the UK by performing wheelies, stoppies and burnouts.
The action doesn’t stop there with monster truck legends Lil’ Devil and Extreme, crushing anything that gets in their way. Swamp Thing is also back, victorious from its appearance at the UK Monster Truck Nationals after winning both the racing and freestyle sections.
Finally, world class drifting will be performed and some very special guests will be appearing throughout the night, performing outrageous exploits and topping off the night with a fireworks display by Aurora Pyrotechnics.
The event takes place at the Provident Stadium, in Bradford, on Saturday, November 4 at 7.30pm.
Tickets are on sale now, priced £14 for adults and £6 for children if purchased ahead of the event or £16 and £7 respectively on the gate.