SIX FLAGS FIESTA TEXAS
San Antonio, Texas
Six Flags Theme Parks
Park News - (2/10/21) Six Flags Fiesta Texas will be holding a brand new coaster enthusiast event at the park on June 11-13, 2021 called Roller Coaster Rodeo.
While the official details will be coming out as the event gets closer, it was confirmed that the event would be open to all enthusiasts to attend and will feature “Full-Park ERT on ALL RIDES” and “Full-Part ERT in White WAter Bay Waterpark”. Other special events include Behind the Scenes Coaster Tours, an Exclusive Fright Night Event, food, a welcome reception, a “Boardwalk Breakfast”, “Big Rodeo Dinner”, contests, competitions and prizes, reserved show seating and more.
(1/10/21) The 5th annual Mardi Gras Festival is coming to Six Flags Fiesta Texas from January 16 through to February 28, 2021. Experience the music, food and fun of the Big Easy with a variety of entertainment throughout the park, including new Pop-Up Cavalcades, a spontaneous pop-up one-vehicle party that will appear four times a day throughout the park as an alternative to the standard parade experience to help limit crowding. New this year will also be The Houngan House of Voodoo in the Spassburg section of the park. Free for everyone, “a voodoo priest will lure inquisitive guests through room-after-room of his cursed French Quarter home filled with magical dolls, potions, charms and gris-gris in this voodoo-themed walk-thru attraction.”
2020/2021 - 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.
(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.