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Halloween 2016: Fright Fest and Blood Drive at Six Flags Over Georgia

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Halloween: Fright Fest at Six Flags Over Georgia

After a Blood Drive on October 1st, Fright Fest, presented by SNICKERS, will begin on October 2nd and run through November 1st at Six Flags Over Georgia. According to their website description, “It’s Family by Day and Fright by Night as Six Flags Over Georgia is transformed into a frightening play land with ghouls, ghosts and goblins roaming the midways”.

By day, fun activities will be located throughout BUGS BUNNY World including mini pumpkin painting, arts and crafts, Trick or Treating and Scary Story Time. There’s also a Kids Costume Contest for guests under 54″, but no costumes are allowed for guests over 54″.

By night, eerie creatures come out and roam the park. One of the highlights, but requiring an additional fee, will be the Dr. Fright’s Frightorium, a 17-room haunted house. In addition to these will also be the following Fright Fest Shows… sure to scare the socks off of you!

Love at First Fright

Bad Bob the Bone Butcher

Mort’s Casket Sales

Plus four new shows to be announced

If this isn’t enough fun for you, there is also a Mr. Six Spooktacular Street Party, where Mr. Six and a few of his goblin friends will dance the night away to frightening, yet fun music favs.

Enough about the fun, though, let’s get down to logistics:

Open dates and hours of operations are listed on their website at sixflags.com and are different than their summer hours. Please check their calendar on the website for the actual day you plan to attend, as October hours are also different than September hours of operation.

The parking fee is fifteen dollars for one day parking. The price of general admission is $44.99 and the price for children under 48″ is $29.99. Season Passes for 2016 are on sale right now for $49.99 and include a free Fright Fest pass. Six Flags accepts cash, as well as MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express credit cards.

Park Services Include Diaper Changing and Nursing Stations, ATMs, and First Aid. If you need a stroller or a wheelchair, it is recommended you bring your own. However, rentals are available on a first come, first serve basis for strollers, wheelchairs and Electronic Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) just inside the British Section, next to The Georgia Cyclone ®. Locker Rentals are also available.

Pets are not allowed inside the Park, but for a fee, you can leave your pet at their Kennels, located at the main entrance. You must feed and walk your own pet. Your pet will be supplied water, but you must supply the food.

Service Animals are welcome. Please notify an employee when you enter the park and inquire at Guest Relations should you require additional assistance.

Six Flags Over Georgia is located on Interstate 20, just west of Atlanta. Directions to Six Flags Over Georgia from Macon, Augusta, Birmingham, Montgomery (Alabama), Greenville (South Carolina), and Nashville (Tennessee) can be found at sixflags.com, along with answers to frequently asked questions and additional information to make your visit to Six Flags and the surrounding area enjoyable. Happy Halloween!


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