Nitro Circus' Renowned You Got This Tour to Hit Syracuse, NY for the First Time This Spring

February 11, 2019 11:22 AM

SYRACUSE, NY - In 2018 Nitro Circus launched its all new You Got Thisshow, performing in some of the world's most famous arenas and wowed crowds all across the globe. Now the crew is ready to take 2019 by storm by bringing the adrenaline charged You Got This to outdoor venues across the United States, including NBT Bank Stadium on Saturday, June 1st at 6pm, for the first time.

You Got This features a star-studded cast of top tier international athletes who hold over 45 X Games medals combined, including FMX riders such as 12-time X Games medalist Jarryd McNeil, 19-time X Games medalist Nate Adams, and 8-time X Games medalist Mike Mason; multi-sport sensations such as Ryan "R-Willy" Williams, and BMX stars such as X Games medalist Kurtis Downs, Accomplished female FMX athlete Vicki Goldenwill be making her first full tour debut with Nitro Circus and is looking forward to giving the boys a run for their money.

 

With no roof there are no limits. This huge stage set features the Giganta ramp, now with its biggest takeoff yet, that launches riders five stories into the air while the FMX riders will be flying 75 feet through the air from take-off to landing. The contraptions team is in the lab cooking up crazy new monstrosities for Nitro's daredevils to attempt to jump through the air. Click here for a taste.

 

"Nitro Circus is going to be AWESOME," said Syracuse Mets General Manager Jason Smorol. "This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and the initial interest in this event is something you rarely see. I am so excited we are bringing this event to Central New York."

 

You Got This is the show you cannot miss. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, February 15 at 10 AM. Find out more at NitroCircus.com.

 

For more Nitro Circus news, including tour updates, exclusive behind-the-scenes content and more, go to http://www.nitrocircus.com and follow Nitro Circus on Instagram and Facebook.

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