Travis Pastrana's Nitro Circus coming to Las Vegas for residency in 2019

Travis Pastrana salutes the crowd after jumping his motorcycle over 52 cars as he attempts to make three of Evel Knievel's historic jumps Sunday, July 8, 2018, in Las Vegas. Pastrana successfully completed all three jumps, the cars, 16 buses and the Caesars Palace fountains, in three hours. CREDIT: Sam Morris/Las Vegas News Bureau

A day after his death-defying jump over the fountains at Caesars Palace, Travis Pastrana is keeping the drama alive in Las Vegas.

Bally's announced Monday that Nitro Circus, co-created by Pastrana, will arrive in spring 2019 for a new residency stage show on the Strip.

"I am so psyched about this show," Pastrana said in a statement. "It’s going to be totally different from anything we’ve done and unlike anything ever staged before in action sports. Fans are going to have a blast with the show setup."

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The Nitro Circus was created in 2010 and has toured the globe since then. Organizers say the Las Vegas show will bring the biggest and most progressive tricks in freestyle motocross and BMX for a theater setting.

The show will be a co-production of Nitro Circus, BASE Entertainment and Caesars Entertainment.

Tickets will go on sale starting in October. For more information, visit

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