Six Flags Great Adventure's Holiday in the Park returns for 2019 bigger, better and more magical than ever before.

From November 16th through January 1, 2020, Six Flags will be getting the entire Jersey Shore into the holiday spirit with more Christmas lights and decorations, rides, and more!

If you are a Season Pass holder, you may be able to enter for FREE! Take a look at the Holiday in the Park hours for 2019 HERE.

Take a look at the ultimate sneak peek of what Six Flags has in store for this year.

So here is what is new at Six Flag's Holiday in the Park for 2019: 

Frost: A Cirque Spectacular ─ Astounding acrobats, inspired dancers and a touch of icy holiday magic will warm the heart in Frost: A Cirque Spectacular appearing in the Showcase Theatre.

Bugs Bunny National Park – This adorable section for young guests features six pint-sized thrill rides, new entertainment in Wilderness Theater and meet & greets;
Twinkle Tunnel – Joy to the World has found a new home near the Lakefront and the new Twinkle Tunnel will envelop guests in sparkling holiday lights
Spinnin’ Saturdays with DJ Tinsel Tunes – Guests can rock to the modern sounds of holiday classics with DJ Tinsel Tunes each Saturday from 3 to 8 pm in Deck the Halls.
Festive, New Characters – Meeting the array of unique characters found only at Holiday in the Park is a highlight for kids and kids-at-heart. Three new characters make their debut in 2019:
1. MrsClaus -- Santa’s better half, who keeps the workshop                                          running like clockwork, is thrilled to meet guests in Bugs                                                  Bunny National Park
2. Evergreen Queen – The newest member of Holiday in the Park                                  royalty whose beauty is everlasting will make her home in Holiday                                Memories
3. Reindeer – Santa’s flying helpers have landed in Bugs                                            Bunny National Park. 
And don't forget about those Signature Holiday in the Park attractions that we all know and love that will be returning:
 
Holiday Magic: A Celebration of the Season ─ Spectacular light show on a five-story-tall tree in the heart of the park that dazzles nightly every 30 minutes through eye-popping effects, stirring music and gently falling snow.
The Elf That Saved Christmas – Elves Tinsel, Twinkle, Jingle and Doug conquer the mayhem of the season to save Christmas.
Gingerbread Junction ─ A giant, inflatable gingerbread man welcomes guests to this whimsical section that features peppermint swirl-wrapped trees, the regal Peppermint Princess and dancing lights around the carousel pavilion.
Polar Point ─ Stunning, ice-blue trees twinkle with the illusion of falling snow up above, while her highness the Snow Queen meets guests below.
North Pole ─ Adorable elves invite guests into the warmth of Santa’s home for a meet-and-greet and holiday photos, plus kids can write letters to Santa.
Joy to the World ─ Tranquil pathway of warmly lit trees, luminaries and stained glass showcasing religious holidays from around the world and the new Twinkle Tunnel.
Holiday Fire Pits – Five sections of the park feature wood-burning fire pits that warm the soul and are popular spots for toasting s’mores.
Holiday Eats – The sweet and savory tastes of the holiday season can be found throughout the park like spiked egg nog, holiday-flavored coffee and hot chocolate, peppermint and mocha fudge, seasonal beers, festive funnel cakes, specialty holiday platters with cranberry sauce, chili bowls, harvest salads and hot soups.
Festive Photo Spots – An antique sleigh, twinkling mistletoe, larger-than-life characters and decorations, Santa’s elaborate home, and a kiddie train are just a few of the fun photo spots guests can preserve their holiday memories.

Plus, here is a video taken by a Six Flags drone that will give you a sneak peek from up above!

Special Events:

Holiday in the Park’s opening weekend features a show-stopping performance of the Holiday Express band Nov. 17 at 4 p.m., and the show is free with park admission. Holiday Express is comprised of 1,700 volunteers including more than 100 professional musicians and delivers music, food, gifts, financial support and friendship to those in need during the holiday season.

On December 7, Six Flags theme parks across the country will celebrate the Polar Coaster Challenge. This quirky and frigid special event, named after the meteorological term for dramatically fluctuating temperatures expected for this winter, will challenge guests to ride the Nitro roller coaster in tank tops and shorts before park opening. More information will be announced soon on the park’s website.

The Central Jersey Blood Center will host a holiday blood drive Dec. 7th in the park’s Employment Center from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Guests who donate a pint of blood will receive one theme park ticket valid for Holiday in the Park. Walk-ins are accepted, but appointments are encouraged and available by visiting the web.

Guests can also ring in the New Year with a New Year’s Eve Celebration at 9 p.m. Dec. 31 featuring spectacular fireworks, music and more.

The Coca-Cola Holiday Bear will make appearances in the park Dec. 21 and 22, and a joyous New Year’s Day Celebration returns Jan. 1 at 9 p.m. with fireworks, live entertainment and more.

For more information on Six Flags Great Adventures Holiday in the Park for 2019, visit their website.

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