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Six Flags Fright Fest 2018 Scare Zones and Shows Review

It’s that time of year again for the monsters to dig themselves out of hiding to terrorize a mountain full of scares at Six Flags Fright Fest.

Six Flags Fright Fest Turnstile Entry

Entrance to the mazes is just an additional upgrade from day admission with VIP and Express options.  Be sure to keep your wristbands on for maze access.  Unlike other theme parks, Fright Fest is not a hard ticket event separating day and night guests.  Maze Passes can also be purchased in the Six Flags App.

A Dining with the Dead all-you-can-eat buffet  is also offered on Saturday nights in October.

Enter the Demons Door Scare Zone

Fright Fest Passes located just past the park entrance

Your first rite of passage is thru a series of scare zones and live entertainment offerings.

City Under Siege Scare Zone in DC Universe

Abandoned school bus

City Under Siege located in DC Universe is now overrun by unruly characters.

Steampunk creatures and decor welcome you to Twisted Colossus and Scream

Mechanical nightmare

Twisted Colossus extends its steampunk theme and merges with fear resulting in TERRORtory TWISTED.

Witches Lair Scare Zone

Witches Lair takes refuge at the entrance of Riddler’s Revenge and Justice League: Battle for Metropolis.  A sort of open-air maze where many guests partake in the fun of turning at every corner encountering witches and her minions.

Step carefully walking thru The Shadows Scare Zone

The Shadows breathe life into a dark and quiet hill waiting on unsuspecting victims.

Exhile Hill is more or less the same and can be found between Willoughby’s Haunted Mansion and the new Sewer of Souls.

The colorful scare zone of Nightmares – A Twisted Fantasy

Blacklit creatures lurk in the woods

Nightmares – A Twisted Fantasy will no doubt open your imagination to the likes of fairy tale characters awaiting to share their stories with you.

Voodoo Nights live band rock out in Full Throttle Plaza

Dr Fright lays down spooky tunes

For those too frightened and not yet venturous enough for the scares, you can enjoy a live stage show located in Full Throttle Plaza with performances throughout the entire evening. You can rock out or have a bite to eat while lively dancers, rock band, and DJ entertain your eyes and ears.  If you are a SoCal local, it is very similar to Mad Tea Party that performed at the Disneyland Resort. Check-out a sneak preview of the shows below.

A Saturday evening only performance of hypnotism takes place nearby as well.

Don’t miss out on the best live entertainment show of the evening

Six Flags Fright Fest also advertises “Terror Tracks” which is essentially a few select roller coasters operating in the dark.  Just be extra careful for the lack of lightning in the walkways.  The most curious was The New Revolution as the VR portion of the experience is only offered “seasonally”.

Six Flags Fright Fest is offered on select nights in September and October.

Russell Tom
Southern California resident with a flair for live theater, theme parks, comic-cons, movies, television, animation, and, of course, Disney! CSUN graduate with a B.A. in Cinema-Television Arts.
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