Six Flags’ drive-thru holiday light show to open next week

Six Flags’ drive-thru holiday light show to open next week

  • November 23, 2020
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Six Flags Great Adventure’s first drive-thru holiday show will begin at the theme park in Jackson next week.

It will start Nov. 30, running Monday through Thursday evenings until Jan. 3 and feature more than a million lights, holiday themes and seasonal music, Six Flags revealed Monday.

Tickets are $14.99 per person and must be purchased ahead of time as reservations are required. Season pass holders will be admitted free but must still make an online reservation. Reservations will be accepted beginning at noon Wednesday.

“The popularity of our Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure showed us that families are craving ways to create special memories together that are safe and socially distant, and we are honored to welcome them into our theme park winter wonderland,” Six Flags president John Winkler said in a statement. “Plus, theme park enthusiasts won’t want to miss this extremely rare opportunity to drive through the park.”

Among the highlights of the 12 section drive-thru:

  • North Pole, which contains Santa’s House and features dancing lights traveling around the Bumper Cars pavilion as well as two massive nutcrackers
  • Main Street Christmas, which includes a five-story, LED Christmas tree
  • Gingerbread Junction features the Carousel pavilion’s light show, peppermint swirl-wrapped trees, and giant, peppermint light projections
  • Snowman City and Stewey, its three-story inflatable snowman

The theme park’s regular rides and attractions will be open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Six Flags Great Adventure Holiday drive-thru

Six Flags Great Adventure’s first holiday drive-thru opens next week and features about a million lights, holiday music and other attractions.Six Flags Great Adventure

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