Kick off the summer season at Six Flags America’s new Harbor Fest celebration

by Susan and Simon Veness

Harbor Fest is the newest event to join the Six Flags America festival lineup, with island-style celebrations on select dates in June 2022.

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Photos courtesy of Six Flags America

The Bowie, Md. park kicks of its summer season with authentic Polynesian dancers, beach bands, colorful décor, and limited-time food offerings during Harbor Fest, which takes place on June 11, 12, 17, and 18.

On each of these weekends, guests will experience an island vibe while watching live Polynesian dancers listening to beach cover bands, and taking part in bubble dance parties.

Aruba Stage in Hurricane Harbor will be decked out in island style, with flamingos, flags, and more, while a special menu of limited-time food options such as jerk chicken sandwiches, jerk chicken tenders, angry and regular pineapple pizza, fresh lemonades, and tropical fruit bowls will be on offer.

“Now that summer is here, this is a perfect time to kick back, relax, and have fun in the sun with family and friends,” said Rick Howarth, Six Flags America park president. “Hurricane Harbor continues to be one of our guest favorite attractions, and the added entertainment and offerings during this festival will really bring the island vibes to the next level.”

Hurricane Harbor water play area features 25 slides, an action river, three kids’ water play sections, and an 800,000-gallon Hurricane Bay wave pool.

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Guests can purchase a limited-time 2022 Summer Pass, which includes access to Six Flags America and Hurricane Harbor, plus general parking through Labor Day, for $54.99 per person.

Three additional Annual Pass tiers – Annual Thrill Seekers Pass, ($90), Annual Extreme ($165), and Annual Unlimited ($350) – are also available, and can be purchased outright or through 12 monthly payments.

For more information visit SixFlags.com/America.


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