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The Crusty Demons of dirt are back!

The Misfits, the owner of Travel Weekly, has won the PR and marketing account for the Crusty Demons, a daredevil freestyle motorcycle show that features the best riders from around the world.

The Crusty Demons of Dirt are back, better and dirtier than ever in 2019! Arriving at Australian shores with our biggest tour yet, Crusty Demons are set to entertain more Aussie cities and towns than ever before.

The huge national tour is set to kick off this coming August, with pre-sale ticket registration launching on Monday 18 March, which enables customers to purchase the pre-sale allocation on Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 March.

True believers will be blessed with some of the most radical, death-defying stunts known to man. Remaining tickets will be released to the public on Friday 29 March for those who missed out.

Crusty Demons tour poster

We are bringing back some of your favourite Crusty Demon OG’s along with some new blood that will go bigger, faster, higher, and more insane than before. Dirtbikes, new tricks, Crusty babes, carnage, along with incredible production, all set for one hell of a show.

This tour is not something you’re going to want to miss. Front flips, double backflips, 360s – you name it, the Crusty Demons are taking action sports shows to a whole new level.

We are excited to be bringing the quarterpipe into play and some heavy hitters to be flying 30 feet above the ground. Crusty Demons are the original dirt bike superstars and we are raising the bar for our fans and going big.

Be the first to get your tickets by registering early to the motocross extravaganza of 2019. With a whole new show and line-up, this is an experience every freestyle and supercross fan cannot miss out on!

DON’T MISS AS THE DEMON’S FLY THEIR WAY AROUND AUSTRALIA. VISIT WWW.CRUSTY.COM.

Crusty Demons dates:

Sydney – Saturday 10 August

Coffs Harbour – Saturday 17 August

Brisbane – Saturday 24 August

Townsville – Saturday 31 August

Darwin – Saturday 7 September

Alice Springs – Saturday 14 September

Perth – Saturday 28 September

Adelaide .– Saturday 5 October

Melbourne .– Saturday 12 October

Tasmania – Saturday 26 October

Wagga Wagga – Saturday 2 November

Canberra – Saturday 9 November

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