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May 14, 2011
BFE, Virginia
Here is some Fright Fest 2013 information from the official website!

This year Six Flags Great Adventure invites you to join us for Fright Fest's 22nd year, with family-friendly Thrills by Day and even more Fright by Night!

Six Flags Great Adventure’s Fright Fest Presented by SNICKERS® promises family-friendly “thrills by day,” while an amped-up “fright by night” will deliver more Zombie Zones, Terror Trails (additional fee required), Halloween-themed shows and more screams than ever before. Now seven weeks long, Fright Fest begins Sept. 13 and runs weekends through Oct. 27.

Terrifying Fright by Night Entertainment

After 6 pm, the festival transitions to “fright by night” as nearly 200 zombies are released into the park. This fall, the park will introduce a new terror trail – Total Darkness, a blackout maze. Lakefront will be home to a new scare zone, Straw-Man Stalkers, with blood-thirsty scarecrows. Terror Trail favorites like Voodoo Island, Asylum, Wasteland and The Manor, now indoors, will return to terrorize guests. In total, Six Flags will offer six haunted walk-throughs and four scare zones.

Nighttime shows, known as “monstertainment,” will include the return of the iconic Dead Man’s Party, Ghoulmaster’s Ghosts, The Awakening, Circus of Thrills and more. Terror trails require an additional fee, while all scare zones and monstertainment are included with park admission.

Fright by Night is not recommended for children under 12 and those who scare easily.

Chilling Thrills by Day Entertainment

By day, families can enjoy favorites like the Trick-or-Treat Trail, Professor Slithers’ Creepy Critters animal show and Spooky Kooky Magic Show plus the new Monster Maze, a corn maze including some of Halloween’s most famous characters. At the Wilderness Theater, guests can enjoy the new Doc Snooker’s Halloween Time Machine, a zany show for all ages. Guests can also challenge the park’s famous line-up of thrill rides including El Toro, Kingda Ka and Nitro, and the new Safari Off Road Adventure.

Thrills by Day—Geared to Families (included with park admission unless noted)
• NEW! Monster Maze—Kids and kids-at-heart can find their way through this new corn maze with surprises
from some of Halloween’s most famous characters.
• NEW! Doc Snooker’s Halloween Time Machine—Go back in time with hilarious Doc Snooker to reincarnate some of Halloween’s most notorious characters (begins Sept. 20).
• Trick-or-Treat Trail—Trick-or-treating and meet-and-greets with the Looney Tunes characters.
• Professor Slithers’ Creepy Critters—The zany professor hosts this animal show featuring snakes and reptiles.
• The Spooky Kooky Magic Show—Kids’ magic show featuring master illusionist Doc Swan.
• Six Flags Spooktacular Street Party—Street dance party featuring Halloween hits.
• Seafari Theater—Animal presentation featuring Asian small-clawed otters.
• Dawn of the Dead & Local—Live music showcase from local artists.
• Sea Lion Scary Tales—Halloween-themed sea lion show.

Fright Fest Policies:
Fright-Free Zones: All children's areas Plaza del Carnaval Lakefront between Fort Indepdendence and Safari Kids

Ghoul Rules:
• A zombie’s job is to scare you—not the reverse. Guests who taunt, touch or yell at zombies or other guests will be ejected from the park without a refund.
• Do not touch or remove props, scenery, webbing or landscaping. Damage to park property is cause for ejection without a refund.
• Masks or face coverings, costumes and full-face makeup are not permitted on anyone over the age of 12. Guests will be required to remove such items for safety reasons.
• In response to Guests’ requests for a scarier “Fright by Night,” ghoul repellent whistles are no longer available.
• “Fright by Night” begins at 6 p.m. and is not recommended for children under 12 and those who scare easily.
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