New England’s Biggest Halloween Event is Bigger and Scarier This Year
Fright Fest at Six Flags New England is going to help your therapist's business.
Six Flags New England in Agawam, Massachusetts, is proud to be the Scare Capital of New England. They have promised to leave no...
tombstone unturned to deliver the most terrifying Halloween event on the planet…Fright Fest. This year’s Halloween season promises to deliver epic thrills and even bigger scares for the highly anticipated event.
Fright Fest is now open and runs weekends and select days through the park’s “Last Scare” Weekend on Sunday, November 5. Don't bring small kids to this, but don't worry, they have a Kids Boo Fest, too!
The Scare Capital of New England will be bringing the most fright and delight ever with over a dozen new experiences for ghouls of all ages.
If you love being scared, then this seems right up your alley, with new scare zones including Soul Harvest, Wasteland, and of course Necropolis: City of the Dead.
So, you've got the actual LIVE performers scaring the wits out of you, but Six Flags isn't done. Fright Fest also has more than 20 gut-wrenching attractions including Nightmares, Terror Tales, Aftermath ZOMBIE'S REVENGE, Slasher Circus 3D, Midnight Mansion, and many more. You can also indulge in bone-chilling entertainment, including Midnight Uprising, The Awakening, Mort’s Used Coffins, and more.
For the little ones, Six Flags New England is thrilled to welcome back New England’s largest kid-friendly Halloween event, Kids Boo Fest. For the littlest ghouls and ghosts, this daytime event is filled with Halloween activities, entertainment, a Trick-or-Treat trail, a hay maze, a pumpkin patch, crafts, and other not-so-scary experiences.
But get the kiddos home, because after 6:00 p.m., Fright Fest is not recommended for children 12 and under. 12? I was thinking 32 and under...but okay.