Monster Jam Important event Information

We look forward to welcoming you to London Stadium for Monster Jam this Saturday! Please find important venue information below to make your day as enjoyable as possible, from planning your visit to ticketing information and more on our Stadium facilities. Follow our channels for the most up-to-date information on event day:


Get ready to jam with Monster Jam! If you’ve got Pit Party tickets, the party starts at 11.30am and ends at 1pm. The main Monster Jam show starts at 2.30pm, with doors for general admission opening at 1pm.


Wondering where you can fill up on food and drink at London Stadium? Reusable water bottles for personal use will be permitted and drinking water locations can be found on the concourse once inside, however large bags and hampers containing food and drink will not be allowed inside the venue. You will find tasty meals, snacks and treats at our kiosks, plus there’s the West Ham Coffee Co in the Stadium Store.

More info here:


A reminder that the Stadium is fully cashless, so make sure you have the correct payment method to hand when making purchases.


Free Stadium WiFi means that you can connect with stable and fast speeds throughout the concourse and in the bowl – join LSFreeWIFI and enter your details to connect.


How will you get here to see Monster Jam? There are loads of handy transport links. See which Tubes, trains and buses to take so you don’t have the hassle of having to find somewhere to park your car (or truck). Take a look at London Stadium’s ‘Getting Here’ page by clicking here.

A reminder that London Stadium is a public transport venue and there is no public car parking at London Stadium other than blue badge parking. The closest car parks to London Stadium are situated at Stratford Westfield.


As one of the major venues on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London Stadium shares with the Park the philosophy of being a venue for all. The Stadium takes pride in providing a dedicated service to all our guests, football supporters and concert-goers. This includes a wide range of features, facilities and services to support our disabled customers. For more information about the accessibility facilities in place at the Stadium on matchday, please visit here.


Blue badge parking is by booking only, so please do not attempt to enter if you have not already pre-booked.

Blue badge parking will be in place at Bridge 3, Marshgate Lane, E20 2ST. The what3words Bridge 3 location is here:

Please note that the roads will reopen 30 minutes post-event, so please be patient while our team manage traffic as you make your way out of the blue badge parking area.

The accessible shuttle bus will be in operation from 11:15 until 17:45 from the following locations:

  • Stratford Station – Platform 13 (Jubilee Line)
  • Stratford International Station
  • Stadium: Bridge 3, Marshgate Lane, E20 2ST
  • What3words Bridge 3 location:



We highly recommend that fans print their tickets before travelling to allow for a smoother entry experience. The readers can pick up tickets on phones, but this can cause issues on larger devices.

If you have no option to print your tickets, please remember to:

  • Charge your phone fully before you set off to the Stadium
  • Make sure to have the PDF attachment with your tickets open and ready before you enter the turnstilles
  • Remember to increase the brightness of your screen so your code will scan easily


Supporters are advised to check their journeys before travel, with resources such as TfL's Journey Planner or the TfL Go app helping to avoid any works across the transport network. Supporters may also wish to visit the National Rail website to plan their journey if travelling on the rail network.


The following closures will be in place three hours before the event (from 8:30am Saturday 18 June). These will be in place for approx. 2 hours post-event (approx. 6:30pm)

  • From 1200 Westfield Avenue
  • Montfitchet Road
  • Pool Street
  • Sidings Street
  • Marshgate Lane (adjacent to the Stadium)

Please note, car park A at Westfield Stratford City remains accessible throughout.

For safety reasons, the City Mill River towpath adjacent to the Stadium will be temporarily closed between Bridge 2 and the London Marathon Community Track from 1600 on Friday 17 June until the end of the event on Saturday 18 June.


A reminder to all attendees, it is a requirement under the Ground Regulations to show your ticket to Stadium staff if requested, including any digital tickets. Non-compliance could result in refusal of entry or ejection, so please do ensure you can access your ticket at all times.

For more information on Guest Services please visit the Stadium website here.


Avoid delays – please don’t bring bags to the venue. All bags will be subject to a search regime. Bags larger than A4 size are not permitted, and there are no left luggage facilities. All visitors may be searched – please have your coats open and remove hats at search areas. Please note any confiscated items will not be stored for collection post-match.


Please find locations of your nearest first aid, lifts, water fountains, baby changing, buggy storage and multi faith rooms.