Evil Rises and Hundreds of Monsters Lurk Creating the Scariest Fright Fest Ever
The kids and I were invited out on last weekend to a Fright Fest Blogger Scavenger Haunt. We were allowed access to the park before the gates opened to the general public and the kids were allowed to ride all of the newest rides in Gotham City. Definitely a huge win for the boys since they are little dare devils and love to ride roller coasters.
We soon learned that there is absolutely #NothingScarier than Six Flags Fright Fest. There are 23 spine-chilling haunted attractions if you dare to enter the Fright Fest® event in park history. The kids and I had an amazing time running around trying to complete our scavenger hunt. The clues were spot on and if your familiar with Six Flags Over Georgia then you were indeed well on your way. I allowed the kids to figure out how we should strategize and where to begin. The kids and I were allowed to go behind the scenes to see first hand how the transformation takes place for the ghouls and monsters that lurk around Fright Fest.
The ghostly attractions kicked off on September 26 and will continue until Halloween. The park is transformed nightly in a haunted theme park with nearly 400 zombies and monsters lurking in the dark through 11 all-new creepy scare zones, five petrifying mazes and seven terrifying shows.
The #NothingScarier Fright Fest this year will feature over a dozen all-new themed attractions which include:
- The Mourning, a scare zone at the front of the park, where the dead walk and vultures feast;
- Southern Cemetery, a scare zone, where evil spirits awaken the dead and offer the chance to indulge in one of Miss Dixie’s all-new Evil Spirited drinks;
- Big Top Terror, a scare zone, with clowns of all shapes and sizes, along with sinister laughs in the all-new Curtain Chaos Maze and Tunnel of Blood;
- Fright’s Frightorium 3-D, a haunted indoor maze, where an evil doctor is experimenting on his patients, trying to bring his wife and daughter back from the dead;
- Bayou Bloodlust, a haunted outdoor maze through a swamp infested with evil voodoo priestess and her army of zombies and horrid creatures;
- Miss Dixie’s Awakening, a new live show inside of Miss Dixie’s Evil Spirits with drinks, music and dead entertainment;
- Fear Riders, a scare zone, featuring an infectious group of vampire bikers who can’t wait to sink their fangs into those who stand in their roadway; and
- Fright Faced, a new interactive scare zone where park guests can take photos with the zombies, monsters and other scare actors lurking in their path, and get frightened by other attractions.
The event’s signature ghostly attractions are also back this year including Terror Train, The Last Ride and Dr. Fright’s Dead Man’s Party at the Crystal Pistol Music Hall, along with all of the guest-favorite rides including THE JOKER Chaos Coaster, Goliath, BATMAN™: The Ride, SUPERMAN™: Ultimate Flight and more.
Fright Fest begins each night with The Uprising, where bloodthirsty monsters are released into the dark of night, on the steps of the historic Crystal Pistol Music Hall.
During the day, the park is filled with tamer Thrills by Day Halloween activities for families to enjoy together, including a harvest festival, arts and crafts, pumpkin painting, spooky stories and more. Children 12 and under are encouraged to wear a family-friendly costume to the park and take part in a costume contest with their favorite Looney Tunes friends.
If you have attended Fright Fest, what did you enjoy most?