Predators prowl Kent first time ever Friday night

The Kent Predators are a new member of the 25 team Indoor Football League, the nation’s largest professional indoor league. The IFL’s coverage spans the entire US from Anchorage to DC; the Predators are part of the Pacific North Division which includes the Billings Outlaws (Billings, Montana), Tri-Cities Fever (Tri-Cities, WA), Fairbanks Grizzlies (Fairbanks, Alaska), and the Alaska Wild (Anchorage, Alaska).

The Predators kick off their very first home game ever Friday night at the ShoWare Center in Kent, taking on the Fairbanks Grizzlies. After taking losses in their first two road games (against IFL champions Billings Outlaws and the Alaska Wild), the Preds are on the hunt for a victory at home, but the Grizzlies will be hoping the chew them up. It’s bound to be an exciting match as both teams struggle for a mark in the W column.

Game time is 7:30 but the party starts two hours earlier at 5:30 with a a youth football clinic for kida sges 6-14 who purchase a ticket to the game where they can get real hands on learning from Predators players and staff. Pregame festivities include the introduction of the Predators’ dance team via an exhilirating Harley Davidson entrance to coincide with player introductions.

Local music group Dave Cassel Band will perform at halftime and through the entire evening there will be plenty of prizes, giveaways, and on field contest. An interactive zone provided by Games2U and Clowns Unlimited will be open for the whole game time.

After the game, fans are encouraged to stick around for autographs and photos of the Predators.

Tickets are available for as little as $14.50 each by calling the Predators ticket office at 253-239-3254 or purchasing them through their website. If you want the full meal deal, season tickets are still available, too, ranging from a mere $96 to a mere $252.

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