Take in Thrills by Day and Fright by Night with New Haunts in 2018


OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – September 26, 2018 – Frontier City, Oklahoma’s favorite theme park and host of the state’s largest Halloween event, leaves no tombstone unturned to deliver what guests want most… an all-out terrifying experience. This year’s Fright Fest® lineup is scarier than ever before with more haunted attractions and over 100 ghouls lurking around every coaster.


The Frontier City gates will open to a petrifying post-apocalyptic world where guests will encounter terrors at every turn as soon as darkness falls. Radioactive mutants, zombies, and monsters emerge nightly for the Festival of Fright Parade before heading to their dead-end at one of the seven horrifying haunted attractions:


  • Nightmare Haunted House, a menacing maze of more than 30 rooms filled with the worst of nightmares brought to life;
  • NEW! Quarantine Breach, a condemned medical facility rife with revolting test subjects and zombies ready for revenge;
  • Carnival of Chaos, a fearsome fun house protected against all intruders by its mutated troupe of performers; and
  • Four FREE spine-tingling scare zones – the return of Toymaker’s Terror Factory and the all-new Butcher’s Bridge, Killbilly’s Homestead, and Beast’s Lair.


All walks of death will also come together for spooktacular shows each night, including the Curse of Crack Axle Canyon, Hal & Scream Dance Party Extreme, Fright Nights, and back by popular demand, FreakShow Deluxe — a carnival-style side show featuring gruesome and grotesque feats of shocking skills and stupefying stunts.


For Thrills by Day, kids and families are invited to experience the sweeter side of Fright Fest with the Kiddie Land Candy Crawl and Halloween-themed shows, rides, and attractions... but be warned. Fright by Night begins at 6:00 p.m., and the park’s scream team will show no mercy.


Fright Fest Story Ideas for Media:


  • Turn talent into a zombie (Makeup team visits station to transform talent);
  • Talent invited to be onsite scaring guests (Makeup and costume transformation);
  • Talent invited to walk-through haunted attractions with camera crew or while using Facebook live (Viewers watch as they scream in sheer terror);
  • Sample new fall menu items for feature stories;
  • Interview FreakShow Deluxe performers and assist with their shocking stunts; or
  • Feature a behind-the-scenes experience of haunted attractions.


Frontier City’s Fright Fest kicks off Saturday, September 29 and runs Friday-Sunday through October 28 (with special extended hours on October 19 for Fall Break). In a swift transformation from scary to merry, the park will reopen November 23 for the debut of Holiday in the Park®.


Guests can enjoy park admission to this year’s Fright Fest and Holiday in the Park with a 2019 Season Pass. For a limited time, each Season Pass purchased will come with a free upgrade to Gold, which includes Frontier City and White Water Bay admission, free season parking, exclusive discounts and perks, and for the first time ever — admission to all Six Flags theme parks. Season Passes can be purchased at the main gate ticket booth or online at sixflags.com.