Cardiff date culled as Monster Energy Extreme Freestylers tour rescheduled…

Organisers of the Monster Energy Extreme Freestylers Rock ‘N’ Ride tour have today announced that the UK tour date will be rescheduled for 2012 following indepth discussions with a new and exclusive headline act.



Following the success of the tour in Europe organisers have decided to reschedule the July event which was to take place at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium and have been working to develop new stunts, sets, rider schedule and music acts which will enhance and fully immerse visitors in the adrenaline fuelled experience.


Adam Bray, Managing Director of Extreme Freestylers said: “This has been a hard decision to make, however after a number of indepth discussions with investors and the acts involved in the show, we felt that in order to offer UK fans something truly unique, we should start with a blank canvas and move away from the content in previous European shows.


“The tour dates in France and Holland were incredibly successful and as a result, partners have agreed to invest more funding into the show. This cash injection will aid us in developing a completely new motocross experience for fans, professional and amateur riders alike.


“Since the decision was made we have already begun talking to a variety of global music acts who will take to the stage on a soon to be confirmed date, making the event not only appeal to motorcross fans but also music fans.


Customers who have purchased tickets for the UK tour date of the Monster Energy Extreme Freestylers Rock N Ride Tour have been informed that tickets will remain valid for the new soon to be confirmed date in 2012 but alternatively fans are advised to contact their point of purchase in order to receive a full refund.