SIX FLAGS FIESTA TEXAS
San Antonio, Texas
Six Flags Theme Parks
Park News - (6/6/15) Six Flags Fiesta Texas has posted an even better view of the park's new Screamin' Eagle Zip Line ride on their Facebook page. Check it out!
Scream out loud for the start of summer! Are you ready to take on the new thrilling Screamin’ Eagle Zip Line? #SFFT2015 #ZipLinePosted by Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Friday, June 5, 2015
(5/28/15) Six Flags Fiesta Texas has opened their new Screamin' Eagle zipline attraction at the park, which actually features a cool flyover a section of Superman: Krypton Coaster. Check out the video below!
(2/17/15) Interesting news from Six Flags Fiesta Texas this week, as the park announced on Twitter that they would be adding a Soaring Eagle Zipline to the park later this Spring. I'm hoping they hook this up to one of the canyon walls, which would make for a great view coming down.
(2/14/14) Our friends at Six Flags Fiesta Texas report that the park will offer a variety of new healthier food items this season. The new list of healthy choice food items includes: Veggie Pizza & Grilled Chicken Salad at Primo’s Pizzeria, Turkey & Chicken plates at Old Blue’s BBQ, Bunless Burgers, Grilled Chicken BLT and Veggie Burgers at Pete’s Eats and Bubba’s Café, Gluten Free Pizza and much more.
2015 - Batman: The Ride - (5/22/15) While the video for the new Batman The Ride at Six Flags Fiesta Texas speaks for itself, one of our readers sent in a brief description of the queue experience as well, which actually starts off as you enter the old movie theater building facade.
"Batman The Ride Six Flags Fiesta Texas is an incredible ride, you start your journey in a movie theater in Rockville. A after entering you come into a small section of the queue that looks like the Batcave, which had incredible theming for Six Flags, after exiting this area you come into a small pavilion with the Batmobile in it. Finally after exiting the pavilion and exiting the queue you come into a station where 12 people are loaded onto 3 trains in the station (the ride runs 6 trains). Last but not least you are taken up a vertical lift and into the first flip, after 5 more back and front flips you reenter the station exit the ride through a path to the gift shop."
(5/16/15) The world's first 4D S&S Free Spin coaster from S&S opened this week to the media and for passholder previews and looks to provide quite the incredible and wild ride. Check out the video below to see it in action.
(4/28/15) Good news this evening from Six Flags Fiesta Texas who report that testing on their new Batman: The Ride coaster has begun! Check out the video below!
#BatmanTheRide testing video! Are you ready to ride? Will you answer the call? #Batsignal #SFFT2015Posted by Six Flags Fiesta Texas on Saturday, April 25, 2015
A great collection of new photos of Batman: The Ride from our friends at Six Flags Fiesta Texas came in today, along with a look at two of their new Batman: The Ride T-shirts that the park is selling.
(3/18/15) Our friends at Six Flags Fiesta Texas have sent in some great looking new pictures of Batman: The Ride under construction this week.
2016 - New Attraction - Rumor - (7/24/15) A second teaser graphic for SFFT was sent out today and looks to show off another part of a graphic, this one with the hashtag portion. Given the brown letters and what looks like little wisps of flames coming from the bottom of the logo, I have to wonder if this is a sign for a pending "Texas Fireball" or something similar sounding being on the way for 2016. The name would certainly work in the park installs another Larson 22m Giant Loop.
Then again, I've also heard that Six Flags may have decided not to install any more of these rides, and instead is looking into alternative rides. Stay tuned!
(7/20/15) The first "hint" as to what Six Flags Fiesta Texas has in store for 2016 was sent in to Screamscape on Sunday, and it is a good one. Mysterious to be sure... as we are looking at a close-up of letters, possibly from a logo, or possibly just from some kind of marketing teaser of descriptive words. We've got what looks like the top of a giant chocolate colored "T" with part of an unknown shape to the right, and the top of either a "Y" or "X" on the lower right. And some strange red marks along the bottom... very curious.
As for the rumor mill... to date I've heard nada about future plans for this park in 2016, and after installing a new coaster in 2015, a big slide in 2014 and Iron Rattler in 2013, I really wasn't going to be surprised if the park decided to take a little rest in 2016. Looks like there is no rest for the wicked... so what does Six Flags Fiesta Texas have planned? Anyone have any ideas about the hint to share?