Ballarat is the number one selling show for global sports entertainment company Nitro Circus' upcoming tour.
The action packed live show to be held on Saturday February 29 is expected to attract around 10,000 people to Mars Stadium.
The Ballarat show will be one of only seven stops in Australia and one of two in Victoria in 2020 as part of the company's latest world tour, You Got This.
Nitro Circus spokesperson Nathan Brown said a crowd of 10,000 would make Ballarat the best selling show of the tour, 'smashing' Wangaratta and exceeding crowd numbers of the Adelaide show.
"Ballarat for us is a market we have been trying to get into for a few years now and we finally got a deal done that everyone was happy with," he said.
"I think now we are all reaping the benefits of that because Nitro has been touring regional Australia for 10 years and it is only just now getting to Ballarat.
"That adds into why ticket sales were going so good, because we think there is a pretty hungry appetite for our event."
See a full gallery of photos from Nitro Circus below.
Mr Brown said the show was scheduled for a Saturday to allow for visitors to travel and spend the night in Ballarat.
"We have data that shows anyone from within four hours is a potential ticket purchaser," he said.
"That is why we don't do Friday or Sunday shows on this tour to allow those out of towners who want to stay the night."
Watch the video of Nitro Circus below.
The weekend of February 29 will be a massive economic boost to Ballarat at a time when bushfires and the Coronavirus have affected visitor numbers, according to city and tourism leaders.
Nitro Circus athletes will make an appearance at the Ballarat Swap Meet on Friday February 28.
The event touted the Australia's largest swap meet attracts thousands of visitors annually to source vintage treasures during two days.
Walking Off The War Within will also be hosted in Ballarat on Saturday February 29. Hundreds of people will come together to help fight depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Ballarat Regional Tourism chair Iain Gunn said it was going to be a busy weekend in Ballarat.
"It is great to have those events in Ballarat and I hope there is more good things to follow," he said.
A City of Ballarat statement said both Nitro Circus and the Ballarat Swap Meet provided packaging and leveraging opportunities to retain locals and increase tourism, as there was more to see and do over one weekend.
The statement said the re-development of Mars Stadium continued to attract interest from a broad spectrum of event organisers, within the sports event segment but also general entertainment.
"Nitro Circus is a great example of an event more along the non-traditional sporting mode."
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