What do you get when you combine Spring Break with Halloween? The new Scream Break at Six Flags Magic Mountain takes two seasonal holiday traditions and mashes them together into a first-of-its-kind spring-meets-fall Fright Fest.
The Scream Break after-hours, separate-admission event will run on 14 select nights from March 18 to April 16 at the Valencia amusement park.
Scream Break will feature two haunted mazes near the Full Throttle coaster and three scare zones all with a “chilling Spring Break twist.”
DJs will spin haunted tunes in Full Throttle Plaza and DC Universe during the events. Devilish specialty food and drinks will include sangria blood bags and syringe jello shots.
Several roller coasters will run in the dark including Wonder Woman Flight of Courage, Twisted Colossus, Full Throttle, Goliath, Batman the Ride and Scream.
Scream Break will run on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 9 p.m. to midnight with pre-event mix-in beginning at 7:30 p.m. Unlike the Fright Fest events during Halloween, the hard-ticket after-hours Scream Break events are not included with season passes and memberships or daily admission.
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Magic Mountain has not announced Scream Break prices, but the park will offer an Extreme Pass good for all 14 nights that includes parking.
Six Flags is rolling out Scream Break events at other warmer weather parks. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo and Six Flags Fiesta Texas have set prices at $35 to $40 for a single night and $160 to $200 for the all-access Extreme Pass. Six Flags Over Texas is also hosting a Scream Break event, but hasn’t announced prices yet.