Six Flags' Fright Fest Opens September 7 with New Attractions

Fall is the best time to plan a fun getaway weekend or even a full vacation, as crowds are smaller and you don't have to compete for vacation slots at work. For those of us who celebrate Halloween for months every year, that can mean a visit to Six Flags for their annual Fright Fest! This year, the thrills begin on September 7, and tickets are on sale now, for less than they will be later on. Make your plans to visit Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey or Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles and see attractions based on the horror stories like the SAW franchise, The Conjuring, Stranger Things, Army of the Dead, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. There are also mazes titled Trick ‘r Treat and DCeased (based on the comic book series). Other Six Flags Parks will parks will offer some of the attractions. Read a description of each attraction at Businesswire, and check your local Six Flags for what what they offer and to get tickets. 

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