Six Flags New England opens for Fright Fest 2017 with New Haunts


Fright Fest® Offers New Haunts in 2017

For the 2017 Fright Fest® season, Six Flags New England will be scarier than ever before. Guests will experience the all-NEW CarnEvil as they wander through a twisted area full of freak-show fantasy. Guests will encounter unforgiving clowns, jokesters, and sideshow wonders who all live for the thrill of FEAR. The stars of the carnival have broken loose from under the big top and will have guests screaming in sheer terror as they taunt and torture their newest “spectators”. Guests may have to close their eyes when approaching CarnEvil as they witness the extreme stunt show Creep Show FreakShow with crazier circus stunts than ever before.

Photos by Six Flags New England

Fright Fest® visitors will also not want to miss out the all-NEW “Final Freak Out” taking place each evening as Mayor Slayer unlashes the wrath of dozens of scareactors as a final SCREAM of the night. With over 20 chilling attractions and over 250 petrifying characters, guests will scream for their lives as the park hosts more FEAR than ever before.

The park will also showcase over twenty haunted attractions including Midnight Mansion, Wicked Woods, and the horrifying Slasher Circus 3D.Prepare for more scare than ever before!


Upcoming Fright Fest Events:

  • September 23: American Red Cross Blood Drive
  • September 30 & October 1: Play It Forward Instrument Drive
  • October 7, 8, & 9: Cockroach Eating Contest Presented by MetroPCS
  • October 1313 Jasons, Ride 13 Coasters on Friday October 13th
  • October 15: JDRF One Walk For Greater CT/Western MA
  • October 22: Boys and Girls Club SCREAMING for Craft Supplies
  • October 29: Fill Hearse Food Drive

photo by Six Flags New England

The BIGGEST Fright Fest® ever kicks off Saturday, September 23 and runs weekends through October 29 (Open Columbus Day). With something for everyone, kids will enjoy day time Halloween activities including a classic TRICK-OR-TREAT Trail, shows and the park’s world famous Looney Tunes characters all dressed up for Halloween. Park goers are invited to enjoy Thrills by Day, but be leery, when the sun goes down at the clock strikes 6:00 p.m. let the haunting commence.

photo by Six Flags New England

About Six Flags Entertainment Corporation

Six Flags Entertainment Corporation is the world’s largest regional theme park company with $1.3 billion in revenue and 20 parks across the United States, Mexico and Canada. For 56 years, Six Flags has entertained millions of families with world-class coasters, themed rides, thrilling water parks and unique attractions. For more information, visit


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