SIX FLAGS FIESTA TEXAS
San Antonio, Texas
Six Flags Theme Parks
Park News - (12/2/20) Six Flags Fiesta Texas has announced that they are now offering a “Holiday in the Park Drive-Thru” experience that started on Nov. 30 and will continue on select nights through to Dec. 17, 2020. Guests will be able to drive through part of the theme park in their own cars and see the festival holiday lights and music. This will only take place on nights when the theme park itself is closed to guests, so visit the official website for information on how to get a reservation into this new experience.
(11/29/20) Holiday in the Park is now taking place at Six Flags Fiesta Texas on select dates through to Jan. 3, 2021. You’ll get special live entertainment, food and festivities and fun times on several of the park’s rides!
In addition Walmart is hosting a flying drone aerial night show that is traveling the country and will stop to perform in the parking lot of Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Dec. 9th when the park is closed. Unfortunately it looks like the free show tickets have sold out already, but locals may be able to know locations where you can view the show from afar. Keep an eye on the official website as well as they say additional tickets may be made available.
(6/4/20) Six Flags Fiesta Texas has confirmed that the park will reopen to guests on June 19th. Members and Passholders are allowed between June 19-21, and the park will open to everyone else starting June 22. Reservations are required to visit in order to ensure capacity is limited to allow for distancing.
2020 - Daredevil Dive Flying Machines - (11/15/20) It’s been a long time coming, but the new Dare Devil Dive at Six Flags Fiesta Texas opened for “tech rehearsals” over the weekend. You can also find video footage of the ride in action, as well as some POV footage in the video clip below.
(7/29/20) Some fantastic new pictures of DareDevil Dive at Six Flags Fiesta Texas were sent into Screamscape by a reader. The new ride area looks awesome, with bright colors and a cool steampunk feel to it.
(7/19/20) Good news from Six Flags Fiesta Texas, as they posted a video of the new Daredevil Dive testing. Hopefully it won’t be much longer before they can open it to the public. Anyone heard when this may be? You can catch a video clip of it shared to the Screamscape Facebook page.
(6/16/20) Some great pics of the new Davedevil Dive were posted to the Texas Thrill Seekers page on FB on Monday evening showing off some detailed looks at the ride vehicles. This may be a private group, so you may not be able to see the pictures unless you join, but if so you can find them here.
(3/4/20) A new construction update from SFFT Source posted a few days ago shows off the latest work being done inside Six Flags Fiesta Texas. This includes the now finished repainting of the park’s Boomerang coaster, work taking place to turn the Kiddie Koaster into the Streamliner Coaster, work on the Krazy Karts transformation into Rambling Road and a look at the current progress on the new Dare Devil Dive Flying Machines site.
(8/29/19) Six Flags Fiesta Texas will get a unique new flat ride for 2020 called the Daredevil Dive Flying Machines. Guests will board 4-passenger stunt planes that will spin around a central base and swing back and forth, and even flip upside-down. Based on the appearance, this is the new Zamperla Super Air Race flat ride, where the thrills and motion of the standard Air Race ride have been added to a central tower system to raise the action up into the sky.