It is that time of year again folks, Six Flags Great America will be back in action beginning this weekend. From visiting almost every year Six Flags has yet to disappoint me and I expect no different this season. Ever since the 2012 release of X-Flight there has been some stiff competition of how […]
Ever wondered what Six Flags Great America looked like with snow on the ground? We would like to thank Six Flags Great America for sharing these wonderful winter images.
Applications for a limited number of singers, dancers, musicians, animated character performers, show technicians, wardrobe, and make-up artists will take place on February 2nd. Click here for more information or call (847) 249-1776 x7469. Six Flags Great America provides continuous opportunities for employment with over 3,000 people employed each season. Candidates can learn about a […]
I think that you should to to Six Flags because they have long hours and it is open everyday in the summer and weekends for Fright Fest in October. There are rides for big and little kids. The little kids’ rides are not as scary as the big kids’ rides. They also have rides for […]
I had the opportunity to attend the 2012 Fright Fest at Six Flags Great America recently. Now, I am not a huge fan of haunted houses but I definitely like the rush I get after experiencing them and getting scared to death. There are 4 new attractions to Fright Fest this year; Wicked Woods, Manslaughter […]
If you are like me, you remember seeing Tiny the Spider hanging on to the American Eagle every September for Six Flags Fright Fest. For me it was a sign that fall was right around the corner and soon to be upon us. I loved seeing Tiny every year, as she has been there for […]