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Six Flags Magic Mountain Announces 2022 Fall And 2023 Special Events Lineup

Six Flags Magic Mountain, the undisputed “Thrill Capital of the World,” today announced a new thrilling lineup of special events for Fall 2022 and the 2023 season, plus the return of the guest favorite dining pass and membership programs. In addition to the park’s world-record 20 coasters, plus over 100 games and attractions for thrill-seekers of all ages, returning guest favorite events and new offerings create endless opportunities for fun all year long.

Fall 2022 events and offers include:

  • NEW – Coca-Cola Dreamworld Experience (Weekends through September 5) – Six Flags and Coca-Cola present the launch of a new multi-platform Dreamworld Arcade to help inspire park guests to discover the magic of dreaming through a whimsical digital experience. The experience, as well as Coca-Cola’s limited-edition Dreamworld beverage, will be available at the park during this event;
  • NEW – Tailgate Weekends (Weekends through February 12) – Catch your favorite college and professional football games at the Full Throttle Sports Bar and METRO PARK™ Pub. Indulge in game-day food and drink specials, and more;
  • Fright Fest presented by SNICKERS (Select nights September 10 – October 31) – One of Los Angeles’ scariest Halloween events returns with a new bone-chilling lineup of 14 terrifying attractions including a new haunted maze, two new dare-to-enter scare zones, an eerie new show, and all-new haunted happy hour experience. Plus, face your fears in total darkness on some of the park’s most popular monster coasters…without the lights;
  • NEW – Kid’s Boo Fest (Select days September 10 – October 31) – A frightfully fun daytime Trick-or-Treat trail, located in Bugs Bunny World, provides families with a not-so-scary Halloween experience;
  • NEW – Oktoberfest (Select days September 10 – October 31) – Join in the festivities with this Fall’s selection of craft and seasonal beers, delicious German fare, themed music and activities;
  • NEW – Veterans Day Celebration (November 11 – November 13) – Join us as we honor and celebrate veterans who have served and made sacrifices for our country through ceremonies and military presentations;
  • Holiday in the Park (Select evenings November 24 – January 1) – Six Flags Magic Mountain transforms into a magical winter wonderland featuring over two million twinkling lights, holiday-themed areas throughout the park, meet and greets with Santa, and festive food and treats; and
  • NEW – Merry Marketplace (Select evenings November 24 – January 1) – Find the perfect gift for the holiday season. Encounter festive foods, handcrafted wares, and more while surrounded by fanciful décor. 

For the 2023 season, Six Flags Magic Mountain will be offering several new events throughout the year for revelers of all ages. The wide variety of events features everything from family-friendly fun to the perfect foodie paradise.  New events and celebrations include Lunar New Year, Mardi Gras, Cinco de Mayo, Six Flags Pride, Celebrate America and many more. Visit sixflags.com/magicmountain for more details.

The popular Seasonal Dining Pass is back! The re-launched dining program offer guests with a Seasonal Pass or Membership a convenient way to fuel up for their day. The Seasonal Dining Pass allows up to two meals per visit with a 3-hour window between meals. And those who purchase their pass or membership by September 5, 2022 will receive a 10% discount off the new Seasonal Dining Pass as well as FREE drinks for the rest of the 2022 Season. For complete details and a full list of benefits, visit sixflags.com/magicmountain or use the Six Flags App.

Membership returns with three tiers of benefits! The Gold Thrill Seeker includes admission to Six Flags Magic Mountain plus parking and in-park benefits. The Platinum Thrill Seeker levels up and is ideal for guests that like to visit multiple Six Flags venues, including Hurricane Harbor and other outdoor properties. The Diamond Thrill Seeker is the best value with the best benefits; it includes all of the advantages of Platinum, plus deeper discounts on food and merchandise, extra discounted tickets for friends, and more skip-the-line passes! Best of all, there are no block out dates! Guests may also select the flexible payment plan for the Thrill Seeker annual memberships. Six Flags also offers a Seasonal Pass for frequent home park only visitation.

Six Flags Pass Program:

  • Seasonal Pass
    • Provides admission to Six Flags Magic Mountain for the rest of 2022 through Labor Day 2023 for only $99.99
  • Gold Thrill Seeker Annual Membership includes:
    • Admission to Six Flags Magic Mountain for one year beginning on date of purchase
    • General parking 
    • 10% discount on most food and retail items
    • One skip-the-line pass
    • Two specialty rate friend tickets
    • Only $9.99 per month after initial payment of $65.11
  • Platinum Thrill Seeker Annual Membership includes:
    • Admission Six Flags Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor LA, plus all other Six Flags outdoor parks for one year beginning on date of purchase
    • Preferred parking
    • 15% discount on most food and retail items
    • Two skip-the-line passes
    • Five specialty rate friend tickets
    • $25 attractions credit 
    • Only $12.99 per month after initial payment of $82.11
  • Diamond Thrill Seeker Annual Membership includes: 
    • Admission to Six Flags Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor LA, plus all other Six Flags outdoor parks for one year beginning on date of purchase
    • Front gate parking
    • 20% discount on most food and retail items
    • Five skip-the-line passes
    • Ten specialty rate friend tickets
    • One digital ride photo
    • $50 attractions credit
    • 50% off the All-Season THE FLASH Pass
    • Only $19.99 per month after initial payment of $100.11

Pass details can be found at sixflags.com/magicmountain.

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