Six Flags Theme Parks
Park News - (10/14/22) NorCalThrills has posted a fun little video showing off how Fright Fest is looking at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom this season, along with a look around the rest of the park in the day and after dark.
(9/28/22) I had not heard this before, but would you believe that reservations are required for Fright Fest at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom this year? To my knowledge, this isn’t something being done at any other Six Flags theme park this year, but no matter if you are a single day guest or a passholders, you must have reservations to attend this year, so no walking up and buying tickets at the gate I guess.
What isn’t clear is why this is being done at this one Six Flags park, and why this particular location?
(9/25/22) Fright Fest now taking place on select nights at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom through to October 31st. The list of special attractions includes five haunted houses, three scare zones, two live shows and Halloween decor throughout the park. Things stay more family friendly in the daytime, but as the clock strikes 6pm, the monsters are unleashed.
The five haunts this year are: Midnight Mansion, Sulfer City Society, Lost Souls, CarnEvil: Fresh Meat and Big Top Terror. Enjoy these for an extra fee, or check out the three free scare zones: Nightmare Hollow, Dead Man’s Party and Slasher Circus.
2023 - Nothing new is expected to be added this season...