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SIX FLAGS SAINT LOUIS
& Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
St. Louis, MO
Six Flags Theme Parks

 

 

 

icon_STOPPark News - (11/20/22) While Six Flags St. Louis isn’t putting on Holiday In The Park this year, they have rented out their parking lot to World of Illuminations who built a huge drive-through holiday light display that just opened this weekend. The new World of Illuminations display in St. Louis is being called “Cosmic Sleigh Ride” and features millions of lights that move in sync with a festival musical soundtrack.
    This isn’t their first partnership with Six Flags however, as the group also has holiday shows at the Six Flags White Water in Georgia and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Phoenix properties. You can find out more information on the displays and how to buy admission for a drive-through at the official website as advanced reservations are required.
 
    (10/7/22) From the looks of things, Six Flags St. Louis may be planning to start charging extra if you want to visit their Hurricane Harbor waterpark in 2023. While the waterpark is now closed for the 2022 season, if you look at the brand new Season Pass options now being offers for the 2023 season at the park, the new 2023 Gold Pass option clearly does not include admission to Hurricane Harbor. Guests would have to purchase at Platinum or Diamond level pass to gain entry into the waterpark according to these new tiers, which would also mean that guests purchasing a single-day ticket to the park would also not be given access into the Hurricane Harbor waterpark.
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2022_0724_NoBanzai    (8/12/22) According to a post screen captured here, Philip Liggett, the Park President of Six Flags St. Louis confirmed that he will be taking an “early retirement” from the company starting Sept. 1st, 2022. In the post however, he claims there has been “misinformation” regarding his departure, which he claims to have made the choice to leave back on August 2nd, just ahead of the rest of the rumored layoffs. Take that for what you will.
 
    (7/24/22) Is Six Flags St. Louis removing the Banzai Pipeline slide from Hurricane Harbor? I’m told that the drop-pod slides that opened in 2012 have been closed, and the sign removed. The Six Flags app and website also no longer list it as an attraction at the park, and while you can see it on the park map graphic on the app there is no icon over it to click for more information. So for all intents and purposes, it appears that the slide may be closed for good for some reason.

 

2023 - Nothing is known at this time...

 

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Track Record

Six Flags St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
Six Flags Theme Parks

Abbreviation: SFSL
Website

Newest Developments:
2022 - Catwoman Whip

2019 - Supergirl Sky Flyer

2018 - Typhoon Twister

2017 - Spinsanity

2016 - Fireball

2015 - Justice League: Battle for Metropolis

2014 - Tsunami Soaker

2013 - Boomerang

2012 - Mr Freeze:Reverse Blast
Bonzai Pipeline @ SFHH

2011 - Sky Screamer


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