New Fright Fest, Holiday in the Park Details & Other 2020 Attractions/Upgrades
Six Flags Fiesta Texas recently held a Diamond/Diamond Elite 2020 Preview. The event included a presentation headed by the park’s president, Jeffrey Siebert, and went over a number of exciting details coming for this year’s Fright Fest, Holiday in the Park, and the 2020 season.
Upcoming General Park Updates
A new souvenir bottle refill station will open in Los Festivales within the next few weeks. The refill station will feature standard Coca-Cola fountains. A second refill station will be coming to Sangerfest Halle at a future date.
Texas Gunslinger, the park’s slingshot attraction, will not be removed to make way for Dare Devil Dive Flying Machines. After Fright Fest, it will be moved to the park’s Fiesta Bay Boardwalk section across from Thunder Beach Speedway!
New changes are coming to the park’s haunted house pricing system. Though haunted houses were free in the past, they will now require an upcharge to enjoy. The standard one-day admission pass will come in at $30 with other VIP upgrades available. The new pricing system lines up with all other Six Flags parks in the chain and will ideally cut down wait times for the general line and VIP line. Diamond Elite members will receive one free general admission pass each visit while Diamond members will receive free admission into one haunted house. These changes also support a wider variety of benefit upgrades between membership levels.
Infected is the park’s new 2019 scare zone coming to Rockville. A giant UFO will be featured on top of Pete’s Eats, measuring 27 feet wide. We’ve shared images of other massive props coming to the new scare zone on our social media outlets! New costumes will feature a crossover of alien and human creatures. Don’t forget that all scare zone experiences are free with your admission to Fright Fest.
The Arrival will return to Whistle Stop and Crackaxle Canyon. Scare zone monsters will ride into Whistle Stop on the train and terrorize guests in Crackaxle Canyon before they head to their respective scare zones.
Two all-new productions, Noche de los Muertos and Creature Feature II: Monsters in Paradise will debut for Fright Fest. Both House of Bones and Monster Mash Bash will return to the entertainment line-up with all-new production elements.
We’ve added a FULL daily show schedule for this year’s Fright Fest entertainment, which can be found by clicking below!
Los Festivales will feature new daytime decor and a completely new inventory of Christmas lights. Additional new daytime decorative pieces, including large sugar cookie props, will be featured throughout the park.
Majesty of Christmas and Have Yourself a Looney Tunes Christmas are confirmed to return for Holiday in the Park. The remaining show line-up is still being finalized!
The Diamond/Diamond Elite New Year’s Eve Party will return for a second year. The event includes snacks, exclusive ride time, and a fireworks display.
New for 2020
Boomerang is undergoing a complete renovation for 2020! Fun fact: Boomerang is the chain’s most popular ride of its kind.
Kidzopolis will be re-themed to a completely new look. This new design concept is currently being created by the Six Flags corporate design team. It appears that the new theme will not be based around Looney Tunes or DC Comics.
Crackaxle Canyon will undergo a steampunk makeover to go along with the all-new Dare Devil Dive Flying Machines attraction. Crackaxle Canyon will still feature the same name with new signage at the area entrances. Signs of the steampunk makeover are already included on the Chop Six dragon and Thirsty Buffalo Saloon signage!
An all-new, high-energy fireworks rock show will be unveiled next year in place of the Celebrate! Summer Night Spectacular.
Dare Devil Dive Flying Machines will debut in the park’s Crackaxle Canyon area. The ride’s main entrance signage will feature themed moving parts. The ride itself will also feature a sound system. Other decor pieces around the ride and queue line will also feature interactive, special effects. The queue line will be an immersive story-telling experience. The current Chop Six covered seating area will be moved and turned into the ride’s new queue house. Ride pieces will arrive in March and is scheduled to open Memorial Day weekend.