at Six Flags Great Adventure
“Fright Fest has become the most popular time of the year at Great Adventure, and this year’s event is our largest and scariest yet,” said Park President John Fitzgerald. “Fall is also the perfect time to enjoy our award-winning thrill rides like El Toro, Kingda Ka, Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom and the new El diablo in the crisp night air.”
By day, families can enjoy the new Spooky, Kooky Magic Show featuring the zany Doc Swan, and Just My Rottin’ Luck, a new comedic juggling and magic show. Back by popular demand, children under 12 can gather sweet treats in the Trick-or-Treat Trail and join in the fun at the Spooktacular Street Party.
Families can also experience the park’s famous line-up of thrills for all ages, including the Safari
Off Road Adventure, SkyScreamer, Skull Mountain and more.At 6 pm, the festival transitions to Fright by Night as 200 zombies are released into the midways during The Awakening. An array of crazy clowns, mutants and angry flesh eaters mingle among mortals throughout five themed areas known as “scare zones,” three haunted houses and four outdoor terror
trails. New this season:
! Big Top Terror 3-D – This new, indoor haunted maze transports guests to a forgotten carnival
trapped in the netherworld, where freaks and inbred horrors need fresh, new souls to escape. This 3-D, in-your-face adventure blurs the line between reality and imagination.
Demon District – Ugly, twisted villains have seized control in this new scare zone. Guests must
make their way through a blanket of fog, laser lights and demons running amok.
Blood Shed – This new terror trail features half-human, half-pig mutants in a backwoods adventure
through a gory slaughter farm.
Nighttime shows, known as “monstertainment,” provide thrills, laugher, shock and awe. The iconic Dead Man’s Party, The Awakening and Circus of Thrills return by popular demand. New this season:
! Hypnosteria – Comic hypnotist Denny More takes guests on a journey of the mind into the realm of ridiculous with side-splitting laughter and hilarious antics.
! Doc Swan’s Sideshow of Oddities – Magician, illusionist and freak show master Doc Swan thrills and awes audiences with amazing feats of skill and superhuman strength.
d Bob the Bone Butcher – Guest can journey to the Wild West where a bumbling sheriff and his
deputy try to defeat the evil Bad Bob.
All scare zones and monstertainment are included with park admission. Terror trails and haunted houserequire an additional fee. Fright by Night is not recommended for children under 12 and those who
On Sept. 19, Six Flags hosts the Central Jersey Blood Center for its annual Fright Fest Blood Drive.
Guests can donate a pint of blood to earn a free ticket to Fright Fest between 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Reservations must be made by visiting www.sixflags.com/greatadventure on the Events tab. Up to 200
donors are needed and will be taken on a first call, first serve basis. Donors must be 16 years of age
or older, at least 110 lbs. and in good health to donate.
the park’s Employment Center. Scare-actors and support staff are needed to fill remaining positions
from the undead who roam the midways to terror trail performers and technicians. No prior acting or
scare experience is necessary, just individuals with a passion for Halloween and scaring. Auditions
include several fun acting exercises in a group setting. If interested, please complete the pre-
employment application prior to attending the open audition, or scheduling an interview for technician
positions, at www.sixflagsjobs.com
Six Flags Great Adventure will host the 9th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Oct. 4 – New
Jersey’s largest 5k run/walk. The day honors breast cancer survivors, those lost, and unites a
community in the fight against breast cancer. In 2014, approximately 10,000 participants and
spectators turned out to support the Race for the Cure.
For more information, visit www.sixflags.com/greatadventure.