Mardi Gras Festival runs from January 19 to March 3 at Six Flags Fiesta Texas. This great event features a nightly parade, live entertainment, specialty food and drink, and much more. We also dive into construction happening around the park on new attractions, such as The Joker Wild Card, and shopping changes.
We have recently revamped the whole History Timeline page here at SFFT Source. Website visitors have the chance to view a chronological look at each season of Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Navigation of the new timeline is now easier than ever with the ability to jump to preferred decades via quick links.
Thanksgiving is behind us but eating until you can barely move certainly is not! Six Flags Fiesta Texas is once again offering a great list of specialty food items that can only be purchased inside the park during your Holiday in the Park visits.
The most wonderful time of the year at Six Flags Fiesta Texas returns on November 17th and operates on select dates through January 6th. The park is transformed into a holiday wonderland with award-winning entertainment, holiday decor everywhere, and many other activities that are great for families and children.
On top of the award-winning entertainment, haunted houses, and scare zones, Six Flags Fiesta Texas also offers a plethora of Fright Fest-themed food and drink offerings during the event (September 14th - October 31st). Many of these food options are also available on the Dining Pass!
Whirligig has been almost completely removed from its ride pad in Spassburg while the future home to The Joker Wild Card has also been completely cleared. We also take a quick look at new projects happening with a couple of Fiesta Texas’ shopping locations.
Join us for a second exclusive tour of the new Pirates of the Deep Sea dark ride coming to Fiesta Texas! We show off the immersive queue line as well as various scenes within the ride itself. A huge thank you to American Coaster Enthusiasts and Fiesta Texas for facilitating the tour!