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Thrill by day and fright by night as Fright Fest returns to Six Flags

The event was cancelled last year and is set to return this Halloween




The park will transform at night into a scare attraction complete with haunted houses, mazes, special effects and scare actors   Credit: Six Flags

After a two-year break thanks to the global pandemic, Six Flags has announced the return of its annual Fright Fest event, with Halloween staple coming back in 2021 for its 28th edition.

Last held in 2019, the return of the event promises to bring spooky Halloween-themed thrills alongside haunted mazes, monster rides and live music. Fright Fest, says Six Flags, will offer “thrills by day and fright by night”.

By day, visitors can enjoy trick-or-treating and take photos with their favourite Looney Tunes characters in Halloween costumes.

Come night-time, the park will become a scare-laden maze covered in fog and other special effects. The night event, says Six Flags, is not recommended for under 12s as it’s been deemed too scary.

“When it comes to Halloween, our guests tell us that Fright Fest is always at the top of their ‘must-do’ list,” said senior vice president of operations, Bonnie Weber. “After a one-year hiatus, our entertainment teams have created an immersive and thrilling experience, while also adhering to jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction safety protocols.”

Fright Fest is being held at several locations across the US throughout September and runs up until the end of October.


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Thrill by day and fright by night as Fright Fest returns to Six Flags

The event was cancelled last year and is set to return this Halloween




The park will transform at night into a scare attraction complete with haunted houses, mazes, special effects and scare actors   Credit: Six Flags

After a two-year break thanks to the global pandemic, Six Flags has announced the return of its annual Fright Fest event, with Halloween staple coming back in 2021 for its 28th edition.

Last held in 2019, the return of the event promises to bring spooky Halloween-themed thrills alongside haunted mazes, monster rides and live music. Fright Fest, says Six Flags, will offer “thrills by day and fright by night”.

By day, visitors can enjoy trick-or-treating and take photos with their favourite Looney Tunes characters in Halloween costumes.

Come night-time, the park will become a scare-laden maze covered in fog and other special effects. The night event, says Six Flags, is not recommended for under 12s as it’s been deemed too scary.

“When it comes to Halloween, our guests tell us that Fright Fest is always at the top of their ‘must-do’ list,” said senior vice president of operations, Bonnie Weber. “After a one-year hiatus, our entertainment teams have created an immersive and thrilling experience, while also adhering to jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction safety protocols.”

Fright Fest is being held at several locations across the US throughout September and runs up until the end of October.


 



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