While you may be able to find a Six Flags in almost any state in the world, there's no doubt that San Antonio has the most prestigious of them all. Six Flags in the ol' San Antone has incredible rides, an amazing waterpark, and the most magical events for every holiday season. The annual Six Flags Fiest Texas Christmas event will be back this December with even better attractions, shows, and so much more. 

Holiday in the Park at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio will begin on Saturday, November 23 and end on Sunday, January 5. As soon as Thanksgiving is over and your belly is stuffed with stuffing, you can start planning a trip to your nearest Six Flags. Fiesta Texas won't be the only one with a Holiday in the Park, but they will totally have the best of them all. 

The first thing you'll spot when you arrive at the park will be the millions of twinkling lights on display. If that, along with massive cowboy boots, doesn't make for a great photo, I don't know what will.

Next will be the Holiday Express Train that will guide you throughout Fiesta Texas. Along your ride, you'll see glorious Yuletide scenes and an animated caroling Christmas Tree Family. Classics such as Rudolph, White Christmas, and Frosty the Snowman will most definitely be sung. 

The shows are mindblowing every single year, and everyone's favorite Majesty of Christmas will be back once again. In between riding coasters and the Holiday Express Train, you have to stop by and experience one of their iconic holiday-themed shows.

The official schedule for Holiday in the Park hasn't quite been released yet, but we'll be on the lookout for when it is, as should you! For now, we'll continue to be spooked during Fright Fest and crossing our fingers that November gets here as quickly as October did. 

Holiday in the Park

Price: General Admission

When: Saturday, Nov. 23 - Sunday, Jan. 5

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

Why You Need To Go: Six Flags Fiesta Texas never disappoints when it comes to their events. Holiday in the Park will prove just that with millions of twinkling lights. 


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