Grave Digger Monster Truck will be parked at Inland Langley for a “meet and greet” barbecue on Thursday, March 12. (Taryn Sing/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

UPDATED: Monster truck meet and greet cancelled

Inland Langley said Covid-19 concerns put a stop to the March 12 barbecue

Inland Langley has cancelled a barbecue that was to feature the world famous Grave Digger Monster truck will be on display Thursday, March 12.

Marketing assistant Taryn Ho Sing said the cancellation is due to Covid-19.

“It is unfortunate, but we felt like it was the best choice to address health concerns and public safety,” he said.

Vancouver’s PNE Coliseum will still be hosting a Monster Jam event on March 14 and 15 – promising “the ultimate mix of high-flying action and four-wheel excitement” involving “12,000-pound trucks and the world-class athletes who drive them.”

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