SIX FLAGS FIESTA TEXAS
San Antonio, Texas
Six Flags Theme Parks
Park News - (3/13/20) Six Flags Fiesta Texas just announced that the park will temporarily suspend operations effective March 14 until at least the end of the month. At that time they will evaluate the status of the COVID-19 spread and determine the best course of action.
(12/8/19) This isn't news, but I found a video I enjoyed that my broter threw together from the media preview of Iron Rattler at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, that has a catchy little ditty playing in the background. Thought I'd share this with everyone today.
(8/13/19) That phone recording on the Six Flags Fiesta Texas hint line has been updated once again this week. Give it a call at 210-697-5478.
(8/7/19) Jeffery Siebert, President of Six Flags Fiesta Texas, announced on social media this week that this would be the last season for the park’s Celebrate night show. With that in mind, I’d guess that they may be working on a new show idea for Summer 2020.
2020 - Daredevil Dive Flying Machines - (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.