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Fright Fest 2011 At Six Flags
During the day, children can enjoy a variety of shows with spooky twists, Bugs Bunny and friends in their best Halloween costumes and a trip to the kids' spooky corner for stories, hay maze fun and a special treat bag for kids 12 and younger.
At night, attractions include a haunted house, a haunted maze and Friday Night Uncooked—each Friday night, for one hour, guests who eat a live cockroach can earn a pass for the front of the line on a ride of their choice.
The park is open for Fright Fest 6 p.m.–11 p.m. Fridays, noon–11 p.m. Saturdays and noon–8 p.m. Sundays.
More About Six Flags Over St. Louis
This popular amusement and entertainment venue draws fans from all over the midwest due to its variety of thrill rides and Hurricane Harbor water park. There are more than 20 family-oriented rides. (Note that some rides close during inclement weather.)
Beyond rides, other entertainments include shows held in the park's theaters, photo opportunities with costumed characters, shopping and concerts.
Park managers offer bands, choirs, dance teams and performing arts groups showcase opportunities through the "Celebrate the Arts" program.
Nearly 30 food and beverage vendors offer ice cream, pizza, Chinese food, burgers, corn on the cob, fudge and even smoked turkey legs, among other choices.