It's zero hype because there no clear date when the park will even be open. Would you want to hype something up with an opening date of "I'm not really sure...?" By the time it did open, all the hype would be gone.I find it odd that there is zero hype surrounding the announcement. Not even the usual "check here tommorow for a huge announcement" on each park's website.
Then why make an announcement at all? Just wait until it can be properly done.It's zero hype because there no clear date when the park will even be open. Would you want to hype something up with an opening date of "I'm not really sure...?" By the time it did open, all the hype would be gone.
Best to wait until there's a more clear path to parks in CA reopening.
lolIt’s an almost-exact clone of Jersey Devil. Watch the POV animation and that’s basically what we’re getting.
I don't know if I'd believe the reports. They can't afford much for next year, and many of the 2020 additions were postponed to 2021. There's only a couple of really "new" things coming.Not all of them, if the reports are to be believed. There are a few parks getting all new attractions.
True but of those new things you speak of one was rumored to be coming to this park. Its in the sfmm dedicated thread also. So, in my opinion there is plenty to be excited about. Will be a way to hear from our new park president for the first time as well. Welcome to magic mountain Don Mcoy!I don't know if I'd believe the reports. They can't afford much for next year, and many of the 2020 additions were postponed to 2021. There's only a couple of really "new" things coming.
I'd imagine because most SF parks are open. Just not SFMM.Then why make an announcement at all? Just wait until it can be properly done.
Two teens were arrested on Friday for felony vandalism after posting a video on social media showing a group of teens breaking into Six Flags Magic Mountain and causing damage.
A video posted to TikTok shows the group entering the park after hours then climbing to the top of the Sky Tower, discharging fire extinguishers and dangling off the edge of the over 300-foot tower.
On Aug. 17, deputies took a report for a vandalism and trespassing that allegedly occurred about five days later at Six Flags Magic Mountain, according to Shirley Miller, spokesperson for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.
“The vandalism involved large amounts of paint,” Miller said. “There were also some items damaged including a large trash can and chair.”
The total estimated damage at the time of the report was over $3,000, according to Miller
“Six Flags Magic Mountain has a zero-tolerance for this type of behavior and we will prosecute to the fullest extent of the law. The safety of our employees and parks is our utmost priority, even during this closure,” said Sue Carpenter, spokesperson for the park.
Through their investigation, Career Offender, Burglary, Robbery and Assault (COBRA) detectives identified suspects in connection to the incident.
On Friday, Aug. 28, Riley Birchfield, 19, of Saugus, and Dylan Gody, 19 of Valencia, were arrested on felony vandalism charges in connection with the incident. The incident still remains under investigation, according to Miller.