Six Flags Great Adventure General Discussion Thread

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17 Apr 2014 00:05 - 17 Apr 2014 00:09 #25 by Anonymous
Anonymous replied the topic: Zumanjaro Update from Joe
ALT Six Flags contributor Joe was out braving the cold at Great Adventure today, and sent us some of these awesome pictures of Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom



I don't know about all of you, but I think it's a very impressive addition to Kingda Ka's tower.


Great view of it from the parking lot!



Thanks again Joe, and really can't wait for this ride to open!
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17 Apr 2014 00:17 #26 by wizzard33
wizzard33 replied the topic: Re:Six Flags Great Adventure General Discussion Thread
This is going to be one amazing drop ride! Can't wait for it to open!


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04 Jul 2014 01:25 #27 by thom25
thom25 replied the topic: Zumanjaro Commercial Shoot
On the off-chance you missed our filming of the commercial shoot at Six Flags Great Adventure this past Sunday, you can check it out below. It was an AMAZING day making new friends with ALTair pilot Charilie Nolan and his spotter Donovan Hunt. Meeting CEO Jim Reid-Anderson was quite a treat too.

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18 Jul 2014 17:51 #28 by thom25
thom25 replied the topic: Six Flags CEO rides Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom TWICE
This was one of my favorite days ever at an amusement park. Jim Reid-Anderson was the consummate host - Don't forget to like our page and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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28 Aug 2014 10:44 - 28 Aug 2014 12:31 #29 by thom25
thom25 replied the topic: Looping Dragon - Six Flags Great Adventure 2015
Six Flags Great Adventure Announces New Looping Coaster and Bigger Fright Fest for 2015
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Six Flags Great Adventure, the world’s largest theme park, plans for more roller coaster thrills and Halloween scares in 2015. The 510-acre theme park, which was recently voted America’s second best theme park by USA TODAY readers, debuts the park’s thirteenth roller coaster — Looping Dragon, and expands its notoriously scary Fright Fest Halloween festival.



Looping Dragon Roars into Six Flags
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In 2015, Six Flags Great Adventure introduces its thirteenth roller coaster, Looping Dragon. Twenty riders sitting in “face-off” seats rocket forward and backward pendulum style until the train gains enough momentum to complete a full revolution seven stories in the air. The coaster then kicks into high gear, completing full revolutions until it stops momentarily with riders suspended upside down, and then reverses direction for even more thrills.


Looping Dragon joins the park’s Golden Kingdom section, which is home to the world’s tallest and fastest drop ride, Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom, and the world’s tallest and fastest roller coaster, Kingda Ka.


“Looping Dragon is a great addition to our diverse roller coaster collection because it delivers speed and thrills that appeal to both our younger and more experienced thrill-seekers alike,” said Park President John Fitzgerald. The park’s roller coaster collection includes three of the world’s top roller coasters — Kingda Ka, El Toro and Nitro — plus unique coaster experiences that allow Guests to fly head first, stand and ride floorless. Looping Dragon will have a 48-inch height requirement. The ride is expected to debut in the late spring of 2015.

Fright Fest Terrorizes with Two New Indoor Mazes
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The Northeast’s largest Halloween party will become even larger in 2015 with the addition of two new indoor haunt mazes and two additional operating days.

Circus Psycho, the park’s creepy clown section, introduces Big Top Terror, a 3-D, black light experience. Guests don 3-D glasses and wind their way through dark, disorienting halls, not knowing what is real or simply an illusion. “Big Top Terror will be a coulrophobiac’s worst nightmare,” said Tony Mandile, Fright Fest’s special effects expert.

Across the park in Movietown, guests can experience the terror and anxiety of death row in Condemned. Once they enter the dismal halls of this maximum security prison, they must fight to make it out alive.

Fright Fest runs weekends plus Columbus Day September 18 through November 1, 2015.
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14 Jan 2015 12:33 - 14 Jan 2015 12:35 #30 by BrandonStrouphauer
BrandonStrouphauer replied the topic: Six Flags Announces Reimagined New 2015 Attraction
Just got this awesome announcement from Six Flags Great Adventure this morning!

"The Devil Is in the Details at Six Flags

Great Adventure Announces New Theme, Location for 2015 Looping Coaster

Jackson, NJ – January 14, 2015 – The devil is in the details for Six Flags Great Adventure's new looping coaster, set to open this spring. Originally announced in the fall of 2014 as "Looping Dragon," with an Asian-inspired moniker and location in the Golden Kingdom section, the park's 13th coaster was re-imagined by park management who opted for a more “devilish” theme – El Diablo.



"The Jersey devil has deep roots in our state's history, and inspired the new theme for our upcoming thrill ride," said Park President John Fitzgerald.

The giant, fiery red El Diablo looping coaster will make its home next to the world's top-rated wooden coaster, El Toro, in the Mexican-themed Plaza del Carnaval section. It features riders sitting in “face-off” seats rocketing forward and backward pendulum style until the train gains enough momentum to complete a full revolution seven stories in the air. The coaster then kicks into high gear, completing full revolutions until it stops momentarily with riders suspended upside down, and then reverses direction for even more thrills.



"El Diablo is the perfect addition to Plaza del Carnaval, as it appeals to both thrill seekers and families alike. Rides like El Toro and Tango attract a wide audience to this area, which also provides ample opportunities for dining, shopping and relaxation from the excitement of the world’s largest theme park," Fitzgerald added.

El Diablo is set to open this spring, and will have a 48-inch height requirement to ride.



For more information on Six Flags Great Adventure and El Diablo, visit www.sixflags.com/greatadventure "
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27 Mar 2015 00:05 - 27 Mar 2015 00:21 #31 by BrandonStrouphauer
BrandonStrouphauer replied the topic: Great Adventure to Get Greener...
New Jersey’s Largest Net-Metered Solar Project Planned for Six Flags Great Adventure

World’s Largest Theme Park Takes Giant Leap Toward Reducing Its Carbon Footprint

JACKSON, NJ – March 26, 2015 – Six Flags Great Adventure, the world’s largest theme park, plans to take a giant step toward reducing its carbon footprint by partnering with KDC Solar LLC. Together they have introduced the state’s largest solar net metering project. KDC Solar will construct, own and operate the solar power system on Six Flags’ property.

“As part of our ongoing commitment to conservation and eco-friendly initiatives, we intend to generate clean energy,” said Park President John Fitzgerald. “Solar power will significantly reduce our reliance on harmful fossil fuels.”

KDC Solar estimates that construction will take 16 to 18 months, and that the solar facility will be operational in the second half of 2016.



As conservationists for the past 40 years, Six Flags Great Adventure has cared for more than 70 different species of animals, including some that are endangered and even extinct in the wild. The Jackson theme park recycles more than 60 percent of its annual waste, including manure, paper, plastic, wood and mixed garbage. The theme park eliminated the use of paper towels in favor of energy-efficient hand dryers, and is firmly committed to other energy-saving programs.

“We are continually searching for new ways to operate more efficiently and enhance our role as good stewards of the environment,” Fitzgerald said.
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01 Apr 2015 16:14 - 01 Apr 2015 16:19 #32 by BrandonStrouphauer
BrandonStrouphauer replied the topic: Great Adventure Announces Holiday in the Park
New Holiday in the Park® Festival Captures the Magic of the Season at Six Flags Great Adventure



<strong>Jackson, NJ — April 1, 2015 </strong>— This winter, the Santa tracker will lead right to Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson. Six Flags Entertainment’s (NYSE: SIX) annual holiday extravaganza — Holiday in the Park® — will debut at the world's largest theme park on November 21 and run weekends and select days through January 3, 2016. Millions of glittering lights, dazzling holiday entertainment, delicious seasonal treats, Santa’s village, animals and many popular rides will magically transform the summer thrill destination into a winter wonderland, and will be included with all season passes and active memberships.



Holiday in the Park will provide an escape from the hustle and bustle of the shopping rush, and a way for guests to create their own magical, memorable holiday moments. A visual feast will await just inside the gates as six areas of the park undergo a massive makeover that showcases the world’s best holiday traditions. Each area will be an emotional journey, and bring the warmth of the season to guests in an entirely new way.



“Holiday in the Park will be a winter spectacular on every family’s must-do list and is included with every season pass and membership,” said Six Flags Great Adventure President John Fitzgerald. “We have invested years of research into making this the most incredible and immersive seasonal experience it can be, combining holiday traditions with thrills that are uniquely Six Flags.”



Stunning light shows, illuminated, towering trees, the iconic smell of fresh pine and crisp peppermint filling the air and festive street vendors offering sweet and savory treats will provide a multi-sensory journey of winter delights. Kids can join Santa in his workshop for a fun photo opportunity. A new entertainment program will feature a tree lighting spectacular, grand stage production, live carolers and a nightly awe-inspiring finale. Regardless of the weather forecast, a touch of magic will ensure that snowflakes fall gently every evening.



Holiday in the Park also features nearly 30 thrilling rides such as SkyScreamer, Carousel, Big Wheel, Parachutes and Tea Cups. Children can enjoy pint-sized thrills in the Adventure Seaport area. Coaster fans can challenge world-class rides like Nitro, BATMAN™: The Ride, THE GREEN LANTERN, SUPERMAN – Ultimate Flight, THE DARK KNIGHT Coaster and Skull Mountain, weather permitting.



More information about Holiday in the Park will be available on the web during the coming months at www.sixflags.com/greatadventure/special-...in-the-park/overview

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