Six Flags Magic Mountain Presents Their Biggest and Scariest Halloween Event

New Haunted Attractions Include Biggest Scare Zone Ever, New Show and
Expanded Calendar

October 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 30, 31 and November 1

VALENCIA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Six Flags Magic Mountain’s 23rd season of Fright Fest® is
the biggest and scariest in the Park’s history. The line-up of new
haunted attractions includes two new scare zones — the biggest one ever
— a new show, more roving “scare-actors,” and an additional weekend.


For four more frightfully fun weekends, Six Flags Magic Mountain leaves
no tombstone unturned to deliver what guest’s want most — the ultimate
scare factor. Fright Fest includes a total of seven electrifying mazes,
seven dare-to-enter scare zones, and roaming zombies around every
corner. If that is not enough, Six Flags Magic Mountain adds a sinister
element to some of their monster coasters by turning off the lights,
leaving riders to face their fears in total darkness — literally.

Two new scare zones have been added to this year’s horror-filled
offering of haunts. The Screampunk District is transformed into Magic
Mountain’s biggest scare zone ever, TERRORtory Twisted, where
steam-spewing mechanical beasts relentlessly hunt down their victims.
Also featured in TERRORtory Twisted is a diabolical new show, Unleashed,
where a once-glorified, turn-of-the-century circus troupe returns to
enact a haunted version of the maniacal and twisted performances of
circuses past. The second new scare zone features a transformation of
the ever-popular DC UNIVERSE into Sinister Circuit, where crazed
comic-like characters run amuck under a canopy of mind-bending lights.

Returning for the second year, three popular mazes incorporate
state-of-the-art props, Hollywood-quality make-up, and story lines not
meant for the faint-of-heart. Enter the world of Red’s Revenge…over
the river and through the woods, to Grandmother’s house you go, but in
this fairytale, guests and the wolf are hunted by Red and her demonic
minions. Vault 666 is an old abandoned research facility where
genetic experiments crossing humans with animals were once conducted and
just recently the frightening secrets have been unearthed, exposing
terror and mayhem from deep within the unsecured vault. Willoughby’s
Garden of Darkness,
a dense labyrinth of man-eating plants and evil
apparitions, is inhabited by Innocence, the Willoughby’s youngest
daughter, who is always looking for a ghostly playmate…so keep loved
ones close.

Also returning is the demented 3D twist, Toyz of Terror 3D, the
defunct toy factory haunted by wicked windups, freakish furries and
deranged dolls. And if that is not enough to scare the wits out of even
the bravest, guests are now forced to experience the madness in 3D
terror. Willoughby’s Resurrected is a reincarnation of the Willoughby
family’s beloved haunted mansion that includes hair-raising horror down
long harrowing hallways and around each nightmarish-turn.

One of the largest and most popular mazes in Southern California, The
Aftermath
, returns in 2015 to strike terror into the brave souls
entering a post-apocalyptic city inhabited by nomad warriors who rule
with bone-crushing iron fists and the dead stalk the living. Also
returning is Chupacabra, where guests come face to face with this
elusive blood-thirsty creature as it petrifies the local Dia De Los
Muertos (Day of the Dead) Festival.

In addition to the two new scare zones, five additional scare zones
around the park leave guests nowhere to hide and screaming to get out
alive. After entering Fright Fest through the gates of Demon’s
Door,
face the undead in Zombie Xing. In Nightmares – A
Twisted Fantasy,
childhood fears and favorite bedtime stories take
on a perverse twist, freak out on Exile Hill when
unimaginable sinister souls appear without warning, and throughout the
Wasteland,
barbarian humanoids dare guests to enter the carnage of
The Aftermath.

Additional spooktacular shows include the hypnotists, who put park
guests in compromising scenarios in their hilarious stage show located
in Golden Bear Theater, and the very popular VooDoo Nights, where
Ghoul Rock has gone pop with a musical spectacular sure to entertain. Be
certain to dust off your thriller moves and join in the fun in the Full
Throttle Plaza.

For the little monsters, a Trick-or-Treat Trail and Halloween Crafts
round out the activities during the day.

A new dining experience, Dining with the Dead, combines an
all-you-can-eat buffet with spooky fun and monstertainment for the whole
family in the Park’s Picnic Pavilion.

Fright Fest Operating Hours and Days:
10:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.: October
9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31
10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.: October
11, 18, 25 and November 1

For more information on Six Flags Magic Mountain’s Fright Fest, visit
our website at www.sixflags.com/magicmountain

2016 Season Passes provide unlimited visits for the entire
2016 season with no blackout dates. Season Passes can be
purchased online for a low monthly payment through the annual membership
program. For a limited time, with the purchase of four or more Six Flags
Magic Mountain Season Passes or Memberships, guests will be upgraded to
gold and receive free Hurricane Harbor Season Passes and free Parking
Passes. Additional Season Pass perks include free tickets for
friends and more. Season Passes can be purchased at the main gate ticket
booths or online at sixflags.com.

Six Flags Magic Mountain is located at 26101 Magic Mountain Parkway,
Valencia, north of Los Angeles off Interstate 5 at the Magic Mountain
Parkway exit. Fright Fest runs Friday thru Sunday in October plus
Saturday, November 1. For information call (661) 255-4111 or visit us at www.sixflags.com/magicmountain.

About Six Flags Entertainment Corporation

Six Flags Entertainment Corporation is the world’s largest regional
theme park company with $1.2 billion in revenue and 18 parks across the
United States, Mexico and Canada. For 54 years, Six Flags has
entertained millions of families with world-class coasters, themed
rides, thrilling water parks and unique attractions. For more
information, visit www.sixflags.com.

Contacts

Six Flags Magic Mountain
Sue Carpenter, 661-255-4819
scarpenter@sftp.com
or
Connie
Lujan, 661-255-4818
clujan@sftp.com