Six Flags Over Georgia, a park located outside Atlanta GA, is gearing up for the biggest Fright Fest event ever. The park will debut Rage of the Gargoyles virtual reality coaster along with the many other Fright Fest activities this year. Dare Devil Dive, one of the park’s most unique coasters, will transition from The New Revolution coaster to Rage of the Gargoyles for Fright Fest. In addition, the park is debuting 20 plus haunted houses, and hundreds of monsters this year.

Courtesy: Six Flags Over Georgia

Rage of the Gargoyles will feature a unique experience with the use of Samsung VR headsets. The current Dare Devil Dive coaster will be transformed into the new ride for Fright Fest. Riders will experience many inversions and sudden drops. Fright Fest will feature four new exciting attractions that include: Mummy’s Curse: a new pitch-black haunted maze, where the old curse of the Six Flags Over Georgia mummies are lurking, looking for their next victim; The Witching Hour: a new scare zone, where all of the dead zombies and monsters will haunt you before the night ends at the park exit; CarnEvil: a live show, with the scariest of all creepy clowns you’ve ever come to see, that will become part of your worst nightmare; and Demon District: a new haunted scare zone, where a chilling mob of infected zombies and monsters are ominously taking over the streets of the park, holding no bias.

Courtesy: Six Flags Over Georgia

The event’s signature attractions are returning this year including Terror Train, ZX-1 and the award winning Dr. Fright’s Dead Man’s Party at the Crystal Pistol Music Hall. Guests will also be able to experience all of the park’s signature rides from Goliath to Batman: The Ride and Superman: Ultimate Flight. “We are committed to making Fright Fest the premier Halloween attraction in Georgia with our world-class roller coasters and topnotch frightening attractions,” says Park President Dale Kaetzel. “Combined with the all-new Rage of the Gargoyles Virtual Reality Roller Coaster, we guarantee that our guests will be screaming louder than ever before this fall.”

Guests can experience Thrills by Day and Fright by Night at Six Flags Over Georgia. For the younger guests there is a harvest festival, arts and crafts, pumpking painting, spooky stories and more. Children 12 and under are encouraged to participate in the costume contest at the park with their favorite looney tunes characters by wearing a family-friendly costume.

Fright Fest runs through October 31 on select nights. A Haunted Attractions Pass is required for all mazes. Please check the Six Flags Over Georgia website for all the details.

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Article prepared by: Brian Mitchell – Site Operator

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