The Six Flags summer lineup has been announced. See what’s doing so you can plan your visit to Six Flags New England.
As of today–June 7–Six Flags New England is up and running for its daily summer operations, expanding hours post-Memorial Day. Located in Springfield, MA, Six Flags boasts a bevy of family-friendly activities. There are rides galore, including kids rides, family rides, thrill rides, and water park rides. And there plenty of entertainment experiences, dining, and shops to keep you occupied.
So what’s new for 2023? First of all, Six Flags is celebrating diversity and inclusion with the region’s largest Pride event for select dates throughout Pride Month in June. There will be plenty of music, dancing, colorful treats, festive displays, photo opportunities, and weekend entertainment. All of this is in support of LGBTQIA+ organizations, their friends, and LBGTQIA+ allies.
Six Flags Summer Lineup Announced for New England
Of course, the 4th of July is one of the highlights of summer. Six Flags is kicking off their Independence Day celebration on July 1st and carrying it through the 4th. The entire theme park will be decked out in red, white and blue. The soundtrack will be decidedly patriotic. American-themed treats will be available park-wide. And there will be a giant fireworks display each and every night.
For the rest of the summer–from July 7 through the end of August–Six Flags is debuting their Summer Celebration for 2023. Billed as “the regions largest nighttime summer celebration,” guests will be treated to a variety of entertainment options. Weekend entertainment, dance parties, character meet-and-greets, and fireworks displays on select nights will all be part of the summer mix.
For more information on the summer lineup and events at Six Flags New England, head over here. And for some more Springfield fun, keep scrolling!