Fright Fest

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Fright Fest

Six Flags Great Adventure’s Fright Fest Presented by SNICKERS® promises the longest run in its 22-year history plus four new attractions at the world’s largest scream park. The event features family-friendly “thrills by day,” while an amped-up “fright by night” will deliver more scare zones, terror trails, and haunted mazes and nearly 200 zombies.  Now seven weeks long, Fright Fest begins Friday the 13th of Sept. and runs weekends through Oct. 27 with 25 Halloween-themed shows and attractions.

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 presented by 3 MUSKETEERS® Brand, 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 presented by Dunkin’ Donuts®, Wasteland presented by MILKY WAY® Brand and The Manor presented by göt2b®, now indoors, will return to terrorize guests. In total, Six Flags will offer six haunted walk-throughs and four scare zones.

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Fright Fest
Event Category: Kids / Family
When: September 13, 2013 ~ October 27, 2013
Where: Six Flags
Cost: $$65.99
More Info: http://frightfest.sixflags.com
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