Clive’s 7 Flags Event Center can handle events ranging from sit-down dinners and political campaign rallies to boxing and mixed martial arts competitions, according to a description on the venue’s website.
The venue will have a chance to show its versatility on Feb. 15 when it hosts the Legacy Fighting Alliance (LFA) mixed martial arts association’s light-heavyweight title match. Based in Las Vegas, the LFA says it reaches 53 million U.S. homes with an agreement through AXS cable network.
Competing in the bout will be Julius Anglickas from Lithuania and Clayton York, an “off with undefeated former Oregon State football player,” according to the LFA's website.
Big-name talent is no stranger to 7 Flags: its website lists past performances by Luke Bryan, Night Ranger, Alan Jackson and Willie Nelson. Such events can draw crowds of up to 2,000 people seated, or 3,000 in “standing room only” mode.
The 7 Flags Event Center can provide catered meals “plated or buffet style,” the website says.