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Inflatable obstacle course 'The Monster' will blow up in Abbotsford

Oct 29, 2023

Huge inflatable playground is touring to the Fraser Valley.

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Billed as the world's largest inflatable obstacle course and adult playground, the Monster certainly looks both challenging and fun. The "ultimate party playground" is open for adventure for kids of all ages, including adults.

The Monster arrives at TradeX in Abbotsford from June 15-18, tickets go on sale May 4, 10 a.m. at

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The installation includes a 300 metre-long bouncy course with everything from slides and jumps to climbing and other components. There are a total of 42 obstacles with names such as the obvious Mega Slide to the far less explanatory Exterminator and House of Hell.

Add in live DJs and performances, food carts and both adult and minor beverage options, and this monster doesn't seem so much scary as fun.

Having toured the world, the Monster is now coming to the Fraser Valley.

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