Breaking News: The Monster is coming to Pullman Yards in Atlanta

March 14, 2023

Atlanta, GA. March 16, 2023The Monster is invading Atlanta following a blockbuster appearance in Miami Beach, Fl. Already an international sensation, The Monster gives guests the chance to let their inner child run loose and bounce and jump their way around 1,000 feet of inflatable madness, all wrapped up in the ultimate festival atmosphere.


The Monster’s 42 mind-blowing obstacles and non-stop entertainment will open at the historic Pullman Yards on Friday, March 31. Located in the heart of Atlanta, Pullman has quickly become a staple location for Atlanta exhibits and entertainment and this next installation is a fantastic addition to spring events, alongside viewing parties for March Madness, live music, and many more.

“We are so excited to welcome The Monster to Atlanta! With spring break and sports in full swing, the timing is perfect to bring the world’s biggest inflatable obstacle course to Pullman Yards. We can’t wait to have everyone out here to watch the games and have some fun!”

Maureen Meulen, partner at Atomic Entertainment of Pullman Yards

Covering both indoor and outdoor arenas, The Monster is taking over the main area of Pullman Yards creating a festival atmosphere complete with music, food trucks, craft beers and signature cocktails. Guests will be able to spend a full day at the location, enjoying the many activities The Monster has to offer, including the 59-foot “Mega Slide,” the outrageous “Exterminator” and the terrifying “House of Hell.”


“We are very excited to be coming to Atlanta and for everyone to experience The Monster. It’s not just your ordinary bounce house. It’s literally the biggest in the world, and we’ve added such a fun atmosphere that it’s the ultimate nostalgic experience for all ages!”

Nick Zuppar, creator of The Monster

The all-day, energetic atmosphere features live DJ sets playing all of the retro hits from the 80’s, 90’s, karaoke, drag queens, retro games, impromptu dance-offs and prizes, sports viewing areas and more! It’s a full festival of experiences offering tourists and locals alike an opportunity to tap into fun and physical experiences with friends and family as they enjoy the start of Spring.


Family sessions

There will be special family sessions as well giving not just the young-at-heart but also young guests the chance to check out the thrills and fun of The Monster.

Pullman Yards

Monster will be located at Pullman Yards, in the Rail Park at Pratt Pullman District

Tickets to The Monster are $27 for general admission. The Monster sessions are ticketed and will run through the day in 30-minute blocks from 10:00 am to 10.00 pm.

  • 10:00 am – 1:00 pm daily, sessions are open to families and children (7 – 15 years old).
  • 10:00 am – 10:00 pm daily, adult sessions are available (16+ years old) 

*An adult must accompany all children under 14 at all times on-site and inside The Monster.

About The Monster:

Since its creation in London in 2017, The Monster has become a global sensation, touring the globe and attracting sold-out crowds to its thrilling event. And now, it’s finally time for The Monster to take on the USA! With its unique brand of bouncy, high-energy entertainment, The Monster is loved by fans of all ages. Whether you’re a seasoned thrill-seeker or just looking for a fun night out, The Monster has something for everyone.

About S2BN Entertainment

S2BN Entertainment is a diversified live entertainment company, founded by the legendary promoter and producer Michael Cohl whose career spans over 45 years as a producer and promoter for iconic entertainers, having worked with over 150 of the world’s most recognized artists including Barbra Streisand, Oprah Winfrey, David Gilmour, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, U2, Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra and many more. Michael’s strategies developed over decades are credited with revolutionizing the touring industry worldwide. Additionally, he’s had significant experience in the exhibition world dating back to the original King Tut tour decades ago through Bodies: The Exhibition.

S2BN Entertainment is currently developing, producing, and promoting over a dozen properties and entertainers from concerts to musicals and theatre to immersive exhibitions. Some highlights include a Genesis tour, The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains, and Jim Steinman’s Bat Out of Hell: The Musical. Cohl recently joined forces with CTS Eventim giving him access to one of the strongest global networks of promoters and venues.

About the Pullman Yards

This historic property, spanning 27 acres in the City of Atlanta, has been at the forefront of technology and innovation since the property was initially built in 1904 by Pratt Engineering and remains true to its innovative roots today, serving as the backdrop of major motion pictures, television shows and renowned art exhibitions

This historic property, spanning 27 acres in the City of Atlanta, has been at the forefront of technology and innovation since the property was initially built in 1904 by Pratt Engineering. This innovative tradition continues today at Pullman, serving as the backdrop of major motion pictures, television shows and renowned art exhibitions

Originally used for the manufacturing of various industrial products including sugar cane processing and fertilizer bombs during WWI, the site was later used to develop and patent liquid carbonated gas, which was ultimately purchased by The Coca-Cola Company, while it was still a burgeoning startup. The Pullman Company Purchased the property in 1926, expanded it and gave it its iconic name.

Pullman was renowned for luxurious rail travel across the country and used the site to repair passenger and cargo cars. The Pullman company was also one of the largest employers of African American men during segregation: The Pullman Porters. These men formed the nation’s first African-American labour union affiliated with the American Federation of Labor: Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters. Founded by civil rights activist A. Phillip Randolph, the union aimed to improve the working conditions and treatment of African American railroad porters and maids employed by the Pullman Company across the country.

As railroad travel waned by the middle of the 20th century, the site was ultimately abandoned, becoming a popular destination among not only local street artists but as a filming location. In 2017, the site was purchased by Atomic Entertainment, which has redeveloped the site as an “entertainment destination of the south” serving as a creative and cultural focal point. This has ushered in a new era for the site with the advancement of film and television productions such as Hunger Games, Fast and Furious, Baby Driver and Bad Boys 3.

Pullman Yards is open to the public for the first time in decades and serves as a showcase for the arts, cultural attractions and world-renowned entertainment, attracting visitors from the city of Atlanta and the entire region. 

Pullman is currently host to various rotating exhibits,  restaurants, bars, production and event space and Emory University’s Science Gallery.    

For Media Inquiries for The Monster – Atlanta: 

Mandy Rodgers | Mandy Kay Marketing

770.402.8270 |