October 6, 13, 20, 27
10AM - 11PM
October 7, 8, 14, 21, 28
10:30AM - 10PM
October 19, 26
5PM - 11PM
|Demented Forest Terror Trail||Voyage to Voodoo Island||Elvira's Superstition|
|Main Street Graveyard||Hypnosteria||The AWAKEning Parade|
|Lakefront Graveyard||Monster Mash Bash||Trick or Treat Trail|
|Circus Psycho||Dead and Local Music Showcase||Kid's Costume Parade|
|Dead Man's Party||Elvira's Superstition|
|Resurrection of the Marshmallow Man|
|Night of Shadows|
|Movietown Cemetary Statue Garden|
|Arena of Doom/The Winn's Thrill Circus|
|Cavalcade of the Odd|
|Wheel of Fright|
|Spooky Spells Magic Show|
|Professor Slither's Creepy Critters|
|Get Ready to Wiggle Halloween Show|
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The 2007 season of Fright Fest was a little different than previous years, being toned down further after concerns about unruly crowds in the previous years. The new Six Flags focus was on trying to bring back families and young children and focus less on the teen thrill seekers. As a result, Fright Fest was also scaled back slightly with an increased emphasis on safety and security in the park.
The scary atmosphere was somewhat dampened by the park's emergency lighting system being turned on for the event to illuminate some of the darker areas of the park. Darkness makes for a scarier Halloween experience but it also causes safety issues.
The ever popular hayride was eliminated and replaced with a stunt show in the Arena. Many guests saw this as a downgrade to their experience, but there were many logistical, safety and cost issues with the hayride. At the time Six Flags was restructuring it's massive debts incurred by previous management, so budget cutting was going on everywhere, including Fright Fest.