General Tips & Info

Thrills By Day, Fright By Night

Six Flags Fiesta Texas will still provide a family-friendly atmosphere during the daytime hours of operation. However, once the sun sets, the atmosphere will change to a more frightening setting. The nighttime event is recommended for guests older than 12.

Award-Winning Entertainment

Fiesta Texas provides a handful of great entertainment during Fright Fest. One can't-miss show is Monster Mash Bash. This show takes place at the end of each night in Lone Star Lil's Amphitheater. We recommend that you arrive to shows early as they are quite popular during this time of season and seating is limited. More information regarding shows can be found below.

Free Haunted Houses

A great aspect of Fright Fest is that all haunted houses are free with park admission. With free haunted houses comes longer lines, however. We recommend looking into one of the upgraded haunted house packages once at the park as it will make your visit more enjoyable and you will not spend your whole evening waiting in line.

Haunted Express Passes

  • Express Pass - $25 | Guests can enjoy one express entry to each (6) of the park's haunted houses. Fiesta Texas states that these passes are on limited supply each night.

  • Unlimited Express Pass - $30 | Unlimited express entry to all of the park's haunted houses.

  • The Slasher Pass - $35 | Unlimited express entry to all of the park's haunted houses PLUS reserved seating at Monster Mash Bash.

*Please note that the park typically offers these passes at a discount if you purchase on their main website.

Unavoidable Scare Zones

Fiesta Texas has added a handful of scare zones over recent years. While it is perfectly okay to walk through these during the day they will transform into a different world at night. Scare zones are full of characters with the sole purpose of scaring guests around them. Please keep in mind that many of these areas are unavoidable when trying to reach certain park attractions at night.

When does Fright Fest operate?

Fright Fest will take place from September 15 through October 31 during the 2017 season. Please check out the park's official operating schedule for more details.

Fright Fest Dress Code

Guests 12 Years Old & Under

  • Can wear a full costume, mask, and face painting if accompanied by an adult family member.

  • If this guest is alone or with same-aged children, then no masks or face makeup is allowed.

  • Masks with "bloody" features are not allowed.

  • Guests this age may only partially paint their face (no more than half the face can be painted).

  • Can bring toy accessories including plastic swords, magic wands, crowns, and wearable ears. Toy guns, pitchforks, and objects with "bloody" features are not permitted. All toy accessories must pliable and non-sharp plastic.

Guests 13 Years & Older

  • These guests can wear costumes.

  • There are NO EXCEPTIONS to these rules: no masks, costumes cannot have inappropriate language or imagery, partial face paint is allowed as long as it does not disguise facial features (no more than half the face painted), no handheld accessories (guns, chains, swords, wands, etc.) of any kind are permitted.

  • All costumes must be appropriate and family-friendly.


Attractions Map


Live Entertainment

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Monster Mash Bash

After two seasons of intense post-apocalyptic battle, Monster Mash Bash returns to its roots. Join this cast of ghoulish characters as they perform many classic and current music hits to the tune of a live band. This show also includes pyrotechnics. Located in Lone Star Lil's Amphitheater.

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Dead Man's Party

Dead Man's Party returns to Zaragoza Theatre for a second season. Friends from a past life reunite "in spirit" for another dinner party, singing many Halloween-themed classics.

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Monster Boogie (NEW)

Monster Boogie is brand new for Fright Fest 2017 and is making its debut inside of Teatro Fiesta. A great show for guests of all ages, this production showcases many groovy hits from the past, including "Boogie Wonderland" and "Bad."

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Rock Apocalypse

Rock Apocalypse returns to Sundance Theatre for 2017 and is the perfect experience for those who enjoy all the classic rock hits. A live band and singers fill out this production.

The Arrival

The Arrival is quickly becoming a classic at Fright Fest. Returning for 2017, this demonstration marks the beginning of total fright each night at the event. Gather around Whistle Stop as monsters from each scare zone make their grand entrance into the park.

 

Haunted Houses

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Blood Bayou Haunted Trail (NEW)

New for 2017, Blood Bayou began as a small campground. However, the owners soon stumbled upon a hidden cemetery. It was made apparent that people were not welcome on this land. Hikers and campers began to go missing. During your journey, make sure you don't end up finding your name on a gravestone. Located in Crackaxle Canyon at the entrance of Gully Washer.

Buried Alive

Forgotten under the streets of Crackaxle Canyon is an abandoned mine shaft. Make your way underground to soon realize that you are not alone. These catacombs are thriving with the un-dead. Skeleton ghosts, crazy rituals, and maggots are just a few items you are guaranteed to encounter.

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CarnEvil 3D (NEW)

We hope you aren't afraid of clowns. New for 2017, venture over to Fiesta Bay Boardwalk for a frightening clown experience. This house is filled with clowns of all shapes and sizes. To top it all off, you'll experience all of this with 3D glasses.

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RockKill High School

What was once a happy place, Rockville High School has transformed into RockKill High School. Venture the halls of this classic high school and hope that you don't encounter the zombies that lie within the library, classrooms, and gym.

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Slaughterhouse 6

The tables have turned inside this haunted attraction. What once seemed like a normal slaughterhouse has quickly evolved into something of nightmares. Can you escape this house without becoming someone's meal? Located in Crackaxle Canyon.

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Torture Chamber

Torture Chamber returns to Spassburg for those of you who couldn't get enough. This is no normal trip into these castle walls. Figures await your arrival as they look to torment those who dare enter.


Scare Zones

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Aftermath

Ever wonder what a post-apocalyptic world may look like? This desolate area of land is prime example. Wreckage, strewn body parts, and an eerie feeling fill this scare zone nightly. Located in Crackaxle Canyon.

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Chupacabras From Hell

Chupacabras are a staple to Texas legend. Once thought to have been under control, the chupacabras have now escaped and bring havoc to Los Festivales. They've mutated into human-sized creatures as well.

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Circus Berzerkus

These clowns are no joke. In addition to CarnEvil 3D on Fiesta Bay Boardwalk, the streets of this area are full of frightening clowns, sideshow acts, and creatures you could only find in a freaky circus.

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Wicked Hollow

The streets of Spassburg are safe for nobody. Evil witches are abound putting spells on those who enter this area. Hooded and masked figures, as well as gargoyles, also plan to terrify anyone who dares enter. Don't forget about the fire-breathing dragon.

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Zombie Apocalypse

Just when you thought all the zombies were isolated inside RockKill High School you find that they have escaped into the streets of Rockville. Beware of the citizens of Rockville during Fright Fest as they plan to feast on human visitors.

 

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