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September 19, 2022

Six Flags St. Louis Presents Kid’s Boo Fest and Fright Fest

It’s Fun by Day and Fear by Night Weekends Thru October 30

EUREKA, Mo. — September 19, 2022 — Six Flags St. Louis,The Gateway to Thrills, delivers fun by day and fear by night during Kids Boo Fest and Fright Fest presented by SNICKERS® The biggest and most immersive Halloween celebration in the country takes place September 23 – October 30. By day, the park features family-friendly attractions and activities for kids of all ages. But by night, the park transforms into a massive haunt with a creepy graveyard, haunted attractions, scare zones, Halloween themed shows and more, all surrounded by special lighting  and atmosphere effects.

Kid’s Boo Fest Highlights:
  • New! Cornelius’ Straw Maze – Cornelius, the not-so-very-scary scarecrow welcomes young Boo Fest goers, ages 12 and under, to his kid-friendly maze where they can grab a picture with the friendly scarecrow and a fun trinket;
  • Captain Pete’s Pirate Adventure – Wee little ghouls and goblins can set out on an adventure to find Captain Pete’s lost treasure;
  • Not-So-Spooky Candy Trail – Whimsical creatures greet guests as they make their way through the Fairy Tale Forest of colorful lights and trees. And, younger guests will be treated to a Halloween tale and a treat;
  • Spooky Mooky Mahem – Ghouls and goblins of all ages can enjoy this spooktacular dance party with the Looney Tunes crew, dressed in their finest Halloween attire; and
  • Reality? Featuring Johnny Magic – This interactive, jaw dropping magic show is a must see experience for the entire family.

Fright Fest Experiences:    

Haunted Houses

  • NEW! Jingle Mangle – These elves are tired of making toys…good ones anyway. Those who stop in to check on their Jingle Jangle Toy order will have a fright in store. After guests make their way through the 12 rooms of chaos and upheaval, getting their packages will be the last thing on their mind;
  • Creatures of the Corn – The path out of this cornfield is longer and trickier than before, with new obstacle and more creatures for guests to deal with;
  • Oddball’s Funhouse – Oddball has added some rooms to his house of warped and bizarre trickery making it even more of a challenge; and
  • The Slaughter House – Chaos and fear await guests down confusing hallways, in caged rooms, among dangling body bags and through a maze of barrels.

Sites & Scare Zones

  • New! Troll Bypass Guests can take this shortcut through the dark and eerie arbors, but these troublesome trolls will collect a toll in fear and screams;
  • Cannibal Hideout – This band of cannibals does not hunt for their prey, they simply lie in wait as guests pass through their gruesome camp;
  • Sinister Clowns – The park’s own brand of clowns awaits guests with demented laughs, creepy stares and frightful pranks;
  • Sycophants – The post-apocalyptic world has become a reality as a faction of rebels rule the upper part of the park;   
  • Zombieville – Guests must pass through a city of walking dead who are sure to make their presence known;
  • Blood Bank Lounge – Mortals can grab a coffin selfie while sipping an adult beverage from a blood bag; and
  • Rottingham & Bones Graveyard – The Crypt Keeper looms as The Headless Horseman, a horse drawn hearse and novelty tombstones draw guests in.

Shows

  • New! Troll Bypass Guests can take this shortcut through the dark and eerie arbors, but these troublesome trolls will collect a toll in fear and screams;
  • Cannibal Hideout – This band of cannibals does not hunt for their prey, they simply lie in wait as guests pass through their gruesome camp;
  • Sinister Clowns – The park’s own brand of clowns awaits guests with demented laughs, creepy stares and frightful pranks;
  • Sycophants – The post-apocalyptic world has become a reality as a faction of rebels rule the upper part of the park;   
  • Zombieville – Guests must pass through a city of walking dead who are sure to make their presence known;
  • Blood Bank Lounge – Mortals can grab a coffin selfie while sipping an adult beverage from a blood bag; and
  • Rottingham & Bones Graveyard – The Crypt Keeper looms as The Headless Horseman, a horse drawn hearse and novelty tombstones draw guests in.
For a limited time, guests can also enjoy special Fright Fest food and beverage offerings like the Funnel Scream Cake featuring SNICKERS®, a Fright Fest favorite, or the new Fanta® Orange Skull-sicle made with strawberry syrup and whipped cream. Fright Fest takes place Friday through Sunday, September 23 through October 30. For specific times and more information, visit https://www.sixflags.com/stlouis/events/fright-fest.
About Six Flags St. Louis and Hurricane Harbor
Six Flags St. Louis opened in 1971 and is one of the three original Six Flags parks. The theme park is home to a host of thrilling rides, shows, and attractions, including 10 heart-pounding roller coasters and a special section just for kids. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, a 12-acre water park, features a variety of water slides, a lazy river, a kid’s area and a 30,000-sq ft. wave pool. Six Flags St. Louis and Hurricane Harbor are the Gateway to Thrills and family fun.
About Six Flags Entertainment Corporation
Six Flags Entertainment Corporation is the world’s largest regional theme park company and the largest operator of waterparks in North America, with 27 parks across the United States, Mexico, and Canada. For 61 years, Six Flags has entertained millions of families with world-class coasters, themed rides, thrilling waterparks and unique attractions. Six Flags is committed to creating an inclusive environment that fully embraces the diversity of our team members and guests. For more information, visit www.sixflags.com.

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