Feld Entertainment announced the 2018 Monster Energy Supercross season today featuring some change of venues but nothing ground-breaking in terms of a widely anticipated (or perhaps feared) modification to the number of rounds. The schedule continues the traditional 17 round format in place since the 2008 season.

Anaheim keeps two rounds but Houston returns for the first time in three years sending the field to Texas for Round 2 then back to Anaheim. Oakland and San Diego remain as stops but Toronto gets dropped as well as East Rutherford and Detroit. The biggest change is the date in Tampa which returns for the first time since 1999 bringing the series to Florida twice next year as Daytona, of course, stays on the schedule.

No relief to riders though with more sensible dates as the series gives one weekend off and wraps the month of April starting from Seattle on April 7 to Minneapolis to Foxborough than back west to Utah on April 28. Las Vegas closes the 2018 Supercross season on May 5.

Stay tuned for when tickets go on sale. Fox Broadcasting, in its various forms, remains as television host.

Check out the full 2018 Supercross schedule below:




January 6

Angel Stadium

Anaheim, CA

January 13

NRG Stadium

Houston, TX

January 20

Angel Stadium

Anaheim, CA

January 27

University of Phoenix Stadium

Glendale, AZ

February 3

Oakland Alameda Coliseum

Oakland, CA

February 10

Petco Park

San Diego, CA

February 17

AT&T Stadium

Arlington, TX

February 24

Raymond James Stadium

Tampa, FL

March 3

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Atlanta, GA

March 10

Daytona Speedway

Daytona, FL

March 17

Dome at America's Center

St. Louis, MO

March 24

Lucas Oil Stadium

Indianapolis, IN

April 7

CenturyLink Field

Seattle, WA

April 14

U.S. Bank Stadium

Minneapolis, MN

April 21

Gillette Stadium

Foxborough, MA

April 28

Rice-Eccles Stadium

Salt Lake City, UT

May 5

Sam Boyd Stadium

Las Vegas