SIX FLAGS AMERICA
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Park News - (2/19/15) Several readers who have taken surveys for Six Flags over Georgia, Six Flags America as well as Six Flags Great America were also asked questions to get an opinion about a proposed new Asian restaurant for the parks called ChopSix, much like the one issued to Six Flags Great Adventure guests.
It has been noted that many of the Six Flags parks already have Panda Express locations on site, so this could be a chain wide plan to replace these franchised out locations with their own branded restaurant concept as the Panda Express franchise contracts come to an end.
2015 - Super Loop / Bourbon Street Fireball - (8/28/14) The Bourbon Street Fireball flat ride is confirmed for 2015.
Unfortunately the park is calling this their 10th Coaster. Not...
(8/25/14) The latest rumor into Screamscape over the weekend claims that another Super Loop ride will be coming to Six Flags America into the new Mardi Gras section of the park and that it will either be named Burbon Street Fireball or Chaos Coaster. I’m really hoping they don’t try and trick the public into thinking they are adding a new coaster when these flat rides certainly are not coasters in any sense of the definition. But if this rumor holds true, then that would make 4 Super Loops going into Six Flags parks this year and I’m hearing rumors that there could be more in the works.
2016 - New Attraction - Rumor - (5/28/15) For those wondering where the 2016
Waterpark teaser sign is in Six Flags America, I'm told that the fence is actually blocking off where Crocodile Cal's Outback Beach House used to be, as the park has removed it. This was an old style water fortress style attraction, complete with the obligatory huge dumping bucket of water on top that also contained a number of smaller kiddie slides.
As the waterpark is now without such a staple attraction, it would almost be safe to think that a much bigger and better water fortress concept might replace it in 2016.
(5/27/15) Looks like Six Flags America is already promoting some kind of expansion to the park's waterpark for 2016, by way of promotional graphics on a construction fence.
(10/28/14) I’ve been sent word that the Six Flags may be considering a “upgrade” of some kind for Six Flags America in 2016 rather than an entirely new attraction.