New Kid-Friendly Scares Coming to Six Flags New England
If Six Flags' annual Fright Fest has always been too much for your crew, then this fall event announcement from the New England amusement park could be just what you've been hoping for.
New for the 2022-2023 season, Six Flags New England will host daytime kid-friendly fun with Kid's Boo Fest.
The brand new event kicks off Sept. 24 and runs through Nov. 6 with Halloween activities, entertainment, trick-or-treat trails, a hay maze and plenty of low-scare to no-scare experiences for the littlest ghouls and goblins.
This is news I absolutely love, since my kids are still quite young and have zero interest in frightening Halloween activities. Not to mention finding daytime fun during the Halloween season is nearly impossible. So, huge thumbs up for this kid-friendly addition to the Six Flags New England fall fun.
However, Kid's Boo Fest is not the only new event happening at the area's largest amusement park.
New Fall Events at Six Flags New England
Starting Sept. 17 and running through Oct. 30 Oktoberfest is coming to Six Flags New England.
The park hopes to make its first family-friendly German heritage festival and new fall tradition at the park with authentic fare and a vast selection of seasonal craft lagers and beers from around the world.
Also, Nov. 11-13 will be the first Veterans Weekend honoring military members from all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. The weekend will feature patriotic music and apparel plus live entertainment and all the rides guests know and love.
All three of these new fall events are in addition to the highly anticipated Fright Fest, which returns Sept. 24 and runs through Nov. 6.
Back for a new (and longer) season are the 200-plus Fright Fest performers taking part in 20 terrifying shows and attractions. The park also promises new haunts for the new season, so get ready to get scared.
Clearly, those who didn't make it up to Six Flags New England this summer have still got plenty of fun ahead of them this fall with events running through mid-November at the park.