Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs will host their first Jurassic Fight Night in the OdySea in the Desert courtyard at 6:30 p.m. May 26.
“This event is 95 million years in the making to find out who is at the top of the dinosaur food chain,” said Casey Lee, general manager of Pangaea. “Jurassic Fight Night will be the biggest prehistoric event the Valley has ever seen.”
Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs’ Jurassic Fight Night will be a complete production featuring dinosaurs in the boxing ring, fighting to determine who is the fiercest creature of the prehistoric era. Tickets to the event are sold online only for $9.95 and can be presented at Pangaea to receive $5 off general admission tickets to the exhibit until June 30. In addition, tickets for balcony seating at Pangaea Dinosaur Grill will be sold for $9.95, in which guests can order food and drinks during the event. Tickets for Pangaea Dinosaur Grill balcony seating will only be sold at the restaurant.
Jurassic Fight Night consists of three fights, each including three two-minute rounds. The fighters in the ring are Rex “The Carnivore King,” Rowdy Roddy Raptor, Steve “The Spine Crusher” Spinosaurus and Harry “The Hammer” Utah Raptor. The winners of the first two fights will move on to the championship title fight for the belt and bragging rights as king of the jurassic jungle.
The family friendly event will include concessions, photo ops with the dinosaurs, live entertainment between fights and more.
Tickets for Jurassic Fight Night can be purchased at: pangaealandofthedinosaurs.com/events/