San Antonio has been blessed with one of the greatest Six Flags out there. You may have been before, but these next few months are actually the best time to visit. Six Flags Fiesta Texas is bringing a new meaning to horror this spooky season with their annual Fright Fest, where no one is safe. If you're planning on spending all day there, be prepared to stick around through the night because their brand new attractions won't be sparing anyone. 

Fright Fest 2019 is bringing five new shows and attractions to the San Antonio area this year. Not only will a ticket to Six Flags Fiesta Texas get you access to rides and concessions, but you'll also be able to enjoy haunted houses, shows, and terrifying monsters at every turn. That's right, you can't really go anywhere in the park without the possibility of someone or something following closely behind. 

From this past Friday, September 13 until Saturday, November 2 Fright Fest will be taking place on select days. If you're planning on coming Friday through Sunday then you'll get guaranteed spooks, and during the last week of the fest, the ghouls will be there all week long. Hours vary for the attractions which is why we highly recommend sticking around for the night. Are you ready for the most terrifying fest in Texas?

Right now if you buy tickets for Six Flags on a day Fright Fest is taking place, you can get 40% off! Prices vary and if have a season pass then you're all set. The discount will go through October 6 so get yours today!

If you love haunted houses, Texas has plenty that just opened this past weekend. Start carving out your weekends for the spookiest festivals and events, and make sure Fright Fest is at the top of your list!

Fright Fest 2019

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Concessions

Address: 17000 W IH 10, San Antonio, Texas 78257

Why you need to go: Six Flags Fiesta Texas will have haunted houses, monsters at every turn, and so much more this spooky season.


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