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Fright Fest 2011 At Six Flags Magic Mountain

By on 10/07/2011

Six Flags Fright Fest

It’s that time of year again when Six Flags dresses all of their parks up for Halloween, and Six Flags Magic Mountain is no exception. Fright Fest 2011 is finally here and promises to be the biggest and scariest Fright Fest ever. Running from October 7 through October 31st, there are themed events for all ages. From Halloween-themed entertainment such as dancing and comedy shows to scary walk-through halloween mazes, there’s something to please everyone. Even several of the roller coasters have been transformed to provide a unique experience during Fright Fest. Thrills by day, fright by night!

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Dr. Fright’s CarnEvil – Join the haunted party with zombie performers, hit songs and red-hot choreography starring the murderous Dr. Fright. The most wicked dance in the west is only recommended for the strong of heart.

Nightmares: A Twisted Tale – The evil nightmare has never been so edgy as your favorite bedtime stories take on a new and twisted tale.

Off With Your Head – Ghoul Rock has gone pop! Dead or alive, this music spectacular is sure to entertain.

Gypsy Hollow – A horrible battle between the nomadic gypsies and the local townspeople has continued for years. Visit the one area in the park where there’s always a full moon and werewolves are rumored to hunt for blood.

The Wastelands – In the darkest wastelands, an ancient beast stalks the night, worshiped by barbarian humanoids and feared by the modern world. Many have entered the darkness, none have returned. Enter the world known as The Wastelands if you dare.

Demonic Dining – You don’t want to be scared on an empty stomach.

Hypnotist – Prepare yourself for a mystical, edge-of-your-seat, comical stage show.

City Under Siege – The insane and unruly run rampant in the streets of DC Universe. Prepare to feel really uncomfortable with these comic-like characters running a muck.

Exile Hill – The dead have risen and are looking for new souls to take on this dark and sinister hill that surrounds Willoughby’s Haunted Mansion.

Hillbilly Massacre – A family of demonic, backwoods folk have been hunting for new exotic skins, human skin is most preferred.

Fearful Frights

Cursed – Magic Mountain sits on the site of a formerly thriving gypsy village. Dare to enter this supposed cursed land where, inexplicably, the moon is always full. Gypsies and werewolves are said to roam the land at night in an eternal search of new blood.

Chupacabra – Come face to face with this elusive blood-thirsty creature as it terrorizes a local Dia de los Muertos festival.

The Aftermath – Enter a post apocalyptic city where nomad warriors rule with bone-crushing iron fists and the dead stalk the living.

Jokester’s Hideout 3D – Sneak through an all black light hideout and catch a 3D peek of what funny project the Jokester and his crew are working on.

Willoughby’s Haunted Mansion – Eerie twists await you at the Granddaddy of all mazes….there’s hair raising terror around each nightmarish turn and dreadful screams down the long twisting hallways.

Lecter’s Slaughterhouse – Step on these deadly docks and enter a family run business specializing in tasty human treats.

Warehouse 13 – The ultimate test of bravery is at the toxic warehouse where employees are less than happy about seeing visitors. Be forewarned, work is mandatory and escape impossible.

Bite II – The sexy and sinister are out for a BITE in this recently uncovered nest of the undead. Will you be the one bitten?

The Sega Game Zone – Rotting corpses lay scattered through the halls and streets, and the walking dead are clawing at your flesh. Survival is up to you. Slice, kick, and punch your way through a decrepit mansion in the first horror videogame on Kinect™ for Xbox 360® or blast the undead mutants in House of the Dead Overkill Extended Cut for the PlayStation®3 System.

Spine-Chilling Adventures

Colossus Backwards – A Fright Fest Exclusive! Travel nearly one mile on this classic “woodie” backwards! Only during Fright Fest does Colossus run backwards.

X2: Area 19 – Get launched into an extreme high speed, heart-pounding journey through an abandoned facility captured by aliens.

Thumper Bumpers – Pulsating sounds and driving bass rock the craziest bumper cars into a totally new and extreme driving experience.

Foggy Nights – One of Gotham’s most notorious villains has released fear toxin into the night air at Batman The Ride.

Terror Tracks: Goliath – Face your fears and experience the world’s greatest thrills, with the lights off! Goliath will all run without track lights, bringing a new dimension to nighttime thrills.

Terror Tracks: Tatsu – Face your fears and experience the world’s greatest thrills, with the lights off! Tatsu will run without track lights, bringing a new dimension to nighttime thrills.

Terror Tracks: Apocalypse – Face your fears and experience the world’s greatest thrills, with the lights off! Apocalypse will run without track lights, bringing a new dimension to nighttime thrills.

Terror Tracks: Viper – Face your fears and experience the world’s greatest thrills, with the lights off! Viper will run without track lights, bringing a new dimension to nighttime thrills.

Terror Tracks: The Riddler’s Revenge – Face your fears and experience the world’s greatest thrills, with the lights off! The Riddler’s Revenge will run without track lights, bringing a new dimension to nighttime thrills.

Six Flags Magic Mountain Halloween

Most of the Fright Fest events are included with your park admission. However, the scare mazes (see Fearful Frights above) do require a special wristband to get into, which is an additional fee. The wristbands can either be purchased separately or as part of various packages. Individually they are $10/person, or $8 if you’re a season pass holder. For the package pricing, which includes park admission and/or meals, please see the official Six Flags Magic Mountain Fright Fest ticket web site, located here.

There is an all-you-can-eat buffet available during Fright Fest in the Mooseburger Lodge that is called Fright Feast. It’s $19.99/person and includes the company of creepy Fright Fest characters. Seating is limited and reservations are required.

For more information on any part of Fright Fest 2011 at Six Flags Magic Mountain, please refer to the official web site located here.

2 Comments

  1. Ryan O

    10/08/2011 at 1:00 pm

    Thanks for the info! I’m really excited to go tomorrow 😀

  2. Ericaminto

    10/19/2011 at 10:26 pm

    Fright Fest 2011 is going very good. Three cheers to the organizers. Keep it up!!!!

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