Six Flags Magic Mountain Celebrates 30 Years of Fright Fest with “30 Nights of Frights”

Presented by Snickers®, Fright Fest unleashes a total of eight bone-chilling haunted houses

A Party to Die For

Six Flags Magic Mountain is set to make hearts race and pulses pound this Fall as the park celebrates 30 chilling years of Fright Fest, running select nights September 8 through October 31.

The lineup of attractions features two daunting new haunted houses, menacing new characters ready to send shivers down your spine, and the expansion of one of the park’s most popular scare zones.

Fright Fest, presented by Snickers®, unleashes a total of eight bone-chilling haunted houses that will transport guests to a world of nightmares and seven dare-to-enter scare zones with nightmarish zombies lurking around every corner. For those seeking an extra dose of terror, Six Flags Magic Mountain also adds a sinister element to some of the park’s monster coasters by turning off the lights, leaving riders to face their fears in total darkness.

“We’re excited to be bringing an unparalleled experience of fear and excitement to Southern California in honor of our 30th Fright Fest anniversary,” said Six Flags Magic Mountain Park President Don McCoy. “We’re upping the scare factor with 30 nights of frights with the addition of two new haunted mazes, eerie new ghouls and monsters, the expansion of one of the event’s most popular scare zones, and so much more. Fright Fest is back and it’s sure to be a party to die for!”

Highlights of the Fright Fest 30th Anniversary celebration include:

The Conjuring – Inspired by the film The Conjuring, dare to enter the secluded farmhouse of the Perron family that has been terrorized and plagued by sinister spirits;

SAW X – Do you want to play a game? Experience the return of Jigsaw as you attempt to survive his ingenious and terrifying traps in the untold chapter of his most personal game yet, inspired by the upcoming release from Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures, SAW X;

CarnivHELL lures visitors into a once-thriving circus, now taken over by a carnivorous band of carnies. Step right up and enter if you dare;

Sliders of the Night returns as the clowns of City Under Siege spark up the night in an all-out ghoulish competition of slide or die;

Oh and for the little ones, a trick-or-treat trail in Bugs Bunny World, allows the younger crowd to collect sweet treats and encounter friendly characters along the way;

Fright Fest operates on 30 chilling nights including September 8-10, 15-17, 22-24, 28-30, October 1, 5-8, 12-15, 19-22, 26-29, and 31.

For more information on Six Flags Magic Mountain’s Fright Fest, including tickets and haunted attractions pass details, visit our website at

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