If you’ve been trick-or-treating or visited a haunted attraction, costume shop, or amusement park during the Halloween seaso, chances are you’ve heard the music of Midnight Syndicate. Featuring a signature blend of orchestral music and sound effects, Midnight Syndicate’s thirteen studio albums, along with their independent film, The Dead Matter, and several film scores have […]
Hersheypark is now open for the unofficial start to summer with daily operations through September 6. Guests can officially experience the newest region of Hersheypark – Hershey’s Chocolatetown – home to the Park’s biggest coaster, Candymonium, three all-new dining experiences, premier shopping, and more. The region celebrates the life and legacy of our founder, Milton […]
As Universal Orlando Resort prepares to “officially” launch Jurassic World VelociCoaster on June 10, guests will have the opportunity to enter the iconic Jurassic World gates and purchase new merchandise in a one-of-a-kind themed environment at the Summer Tribute Store, opening May 27 at Universal Studios Florida. A customizable retail space typically used to celebrate […]
Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey, is preparing to debut an all- new record breaking coaster this Summer. The Jersey Devil was spotted soaring through the Pine Barrens as the triple record-breaking Coaster took its first full test run Thursday afternoon. Engineering and maintenance experts are completing extensive testing on the world’s tallest, fastest, and […]
Silverwood Theme Park In Athol, Idaho stunned thrill seekers with the announcement of Stunt Pilot, the Northwest’s first single rail coaster. The ride was constructed over the winter, and on May 13th, the park conducted the first test run of the new coaster. The ride is a modified layout of manufacturer Rocky Mountain Constructions prototype […]
Kings Island amusement park near Cincinnati, Ohio, doesn’t open until May 15, but that didn’t stop them from testing out their new Orion GIGA Coaster this week, with a few special guests. The ride voted 2020’s “Best New Amusement Park Attraction” by USA TODAY readers, plunges guests (and Bob Ross) down an exhilarating 300-foot drop before […]
Back in 2005, one of the most devastating hurricanes in history touched down in New Orleans. One of the sites in its path of destruction was Six Flags New Orleans — which closed in August of 2005 in preparation for the storm and never re-opened after hurricane Katrina flooded the 250 acre theme park. After […]
In 2021, Kings Island’s Racer will enter it’s 50th season of operation. Having thrilled millions of riders and started the second golden age of the wooden coaster, the ride has had a celebrated history. The twin 88 foot tall/3,415 foot long coaster has been a park favorite due to it’s unique layout. Although a racing […]
The Beach Waterpark has been quiet for nearly all of 2020. Having last operated in 2019, many wondered what would happen to the water park and the surrounding land. In the last few weeks, there has been progress in reviving the area, but not as a waterpark… In March of 2021, a new proposal for […]
Bill Kitchen, legendary ride and attraction inventor, has unveiled SkyScreamer — an evolution of the popular SkyCoaster ride. He’s optimistic about the future as theme park fanatics are enthusiastic about discovering thrilling new experiences the industry has to offer. US Thrillrides LLC, which was founded by Kitchen, unveiled the Skyscreamer, a sister attraction to the […]
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