Six Flags announces Hallowfest

Arlington, Texas, USA

Six Flags cancelled this year’s Fright Fest events and instead will launch the socially distanced Hallowfest at parks that are open. The events will run between September and October and feature outdoor scare zones, scare actors wearing face masks and a select number of attractions open for nighttime rides. Click the headline for more information


Texas parks reopen with restrictions

San Antonio, Texas, USA

In spite of surging COVID-19 cases, Texas allowed amusement parks and carnivals in counties with more than 1,000 cases of coronavirus to reopen. SeaWorld San Antonio, Wonderland Amusement Park and ZDT’s opened to the public, while the two Six Flags parks reopened to season passholders. Click the headline for more information


Six Flags announces 2019 attractions

Grand Prairie, Texas, USA

Six Flags announced the lineup of new attractions coming to each of the the chain’s parks in 2019. Ranging from roller coasters to water slides to new kiddie areas with family friendly rides, this is by far the largest group of new additions the chain has made due to the acquisition of five new properties earlier this year. Click the headline for a full listing and videos of the attractions