SIX FLAGS FIESTA TEXAS
San Antonio, Texas
Six Flags Theme Parks
Park News - (10/10/16) A quick video rundown of Fright Fest at Six Flags Fiesta Texas has been posted by Midway Mayhem this week.
(8/17/16) Big news is pending from Six Flags Fiesta Texas, with the official announcement set for sometime on Wednesday. Screamscape was sent the information first however to share with our readers some exciting news regarding the park's Fright Nights event.
The big news is that for 2017, all of the Fright Fest haunted houses at Six Flags Fiesta Texas will be FREE at last, included with your regular park admission, or with your Season Pass. This has been a huge issue over the years at Six Flags parks across the nation charging extra for their haunts, and unfortunately this is a practice that will continue as the free haunts will only be at Six Flags Fiesta Texas. (And lets hope the results from this project will urge the other parks to follow suit!)
Want more? Of course you do and in addition to being free, the park will offer THREE brand new offerings for Fright Fest 2016:
Buried Alive - Eerie tunnels and long forgotten passageways beneath Crackaxle Canyon take you into the bowels of the earth to an abandoned mine and into a colony of the undead!
Torture Chamber - A scream-filled medieval chamber of horros in Spassburg as subhuman torture and mutilate their prey.
Wicked Hollow - A new Scare Zone that will feature state of the art projection mapping that will bring the German-inspired buildings to life. "Enter a Pandora’s Box of secret rituals and strange clairvoyant traditions known only to those in the mysterious gypsy world. Maniacal wolves and witches fill the paths to destruction in Spassburg, where deranged puppets hypnotize you to your ill-fated demise by a giant fire-breathing
Other items for 2016 include an expanded RockKill High School haunt, the return of The Arrival, Slaughterhouse 6, Fear House 3D, Chupacabras from Hell, Aftermath, Circus Berzerkus and Zombie Apocalypse. Fiesta Texas also has four live shows to entertain you during Fright Fest: the NEW Dead Man's Party, Rock Apocalypse, Skeleton Krew and Monster Mash Bash.
Fright Fest will take place at Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Saturday and Sundays from Sept. 24 to Oct. 30, plus Fridays on Oct. 7, 14, 21, and 28. Free haunts at last, great scares all around, live shows and all the great rides that the park is known for, this may be the best theme park haunt in all of Texas this year.
2017 - Thunder Rapids Water Coaster - (9/1/16) As rumored the Thunder Rapids Water Coaster is coming to Six Flags Fiesta Texas in 2017, and it looks like a hell of a waterslide adventure. They are calling this "North America's first rocket blast water coaster" that will feature new water jet propulsion technology to shoot the raft uphill, plus four high-banked saucer turns along the way on the 942-foot long attraction.
These style slides are seriously fun attractions and are sure to please, especially when you realize you don't have to climb a tall tower to ride. You will board at a ground level station on a moving platform keeping the action going, the line moving, and no need to lug around a tube with you.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas will also add a new colorful Mardi Gras Festival to the park's entertainment lineup in 2017, featuring 10 New Orleans style parade floats, themed food, merchandise and decor. Look for it from March 24 through April 30.