The whole family will love this one, but especially the kids.

A truly unique monster truck show will roar into Cedar Rapids for three shows in February. It's Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live and we're giving you the first shot at tickets now. I'll give you some more about the show and the chance to enter to win tickets for the family below.

According to the Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live website, "life-sized versions of your favorite Hot Wheels monster trucks do their thing... " Toys coming to life, literally. CR Events Live says the monster truck toys include, "Bone Shaker™, Tiger Shark, V8 Bomber™, and Demo Derby plus Mega Wrex™, Race Ace™ and Bigfoot® Midwest Madness™, a first-ever collaboration between Hot Wheels and Bigfoot."

You can also expect to see something you've likely never seen before... a car-eating, fire-breathing robot. It's called MEGASAURUS and is shown in the video below. Tell me the kids won't ooh and ahh at that? Of course, there's freestyle motocross as well.

The video below shows some of the monster trucks in action, as well as the aerial acrobats on motorcycles. Impressive stuff.

The Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live shows in Cedar Rapids are on Saturday and Sunday, February 12 and 13. There's an afternoon and evening show on Saturday and an early afternoon one on Sunday. You can get tickets for any of them here and be sure to sign up for a 4-pack of tickets for your family below.

*The contest ends Sunday, February 6 at 11:59 p.m.

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