Sep 24, 2012 Joe Kleiman Uncategorized Comments Off on Fright Fest at Six Flags Great America Expands Into Hurricane Harbor
Gurnee, IL, USA (September 20, 2012) — Six Flags Great America kicks off its 22nd season of Fright Fest, which is presented by SNICKERS®, with new haunts and more scares than ever before. Starting September 29 and running weekends throughout October, the theme park transforms into a 100-acre, fog-filled land of shadows, ghosts and ghouls that offers thrills by day and fright by night. Fright Fest, the area’s premier Halloween event, returns this season with five haunted attractions, eight scare zones, eight shows and nearly 200 monsters throughout the park. Guests can also enjoy all of their favorite rides with an eerie makeover.
“We are unveiling our biggest Fright Fest event ever,” said Hank Salemi, Six Flags Great America park president. “In response to our huge success in 2011, we are expanding this year’s Fright Fest into the troughs of Roaring Rapids to create Wicked Woods and out into Hurricane Harbor to unveil a new nighttime dance club experience, Fright Club, which is rated NC–17. You simply cannot find a more immersive haunt experience than Six Flags’ Fright Fest.”
New 2012 Fright Fest Attractions
“There is no doubt that we are expanding and raising the bar on Fright Fest this year,” said entertainment manager, Kristopher Jones who has been with the park since the first Fright Fest in 1991. “We have more haunted zones and attractions than any past Fright Fest event.”
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