Six Flags Fiesta Texas announces new walkthrough attraction for Mardi Gras Festival

The 5th annual Mardi Gras festival will arrive at Six Flags Fiesta Texas on January 16th. In addition to the usual festival offerings such as food and live entertainment, the park will also be opening a new walkthrough attraction known as The Houngan House of Voodoo. This attraction is included with park admission and will be found in the Spassburg section of the park.

The walkthrough’s premise is as follows:

“A voodoo priest lures inquisitive guests through room-after-room of his cursed French Quarter home filled with magical dolls, potions, charms and gris-gris in this voodoo-themed walk-thru attraction.”

In order to be admitted into The Houngan House of Voodoo, guests will need to make a free reservation at the park. The reservations are first come, first served, and are in place to maintain social distancing and improve park safety. Reservations are not available in advance.

If a guest wishes to enter the attraction at a different time than what is listed on the reservation, they may purchase an Instant Access Pass that allows entry at a time of their choice.

In addition to The Houngan House of Voodoo, the Mardi Gras Festival will feature new Pop-Up Cavalcades. These cavalcades will be similar to the ones found at the Disney Parks, and will guests to view Looney Tunes characters from a safe distance. The cavalcades will appear four times per day and will feature Bugs Bunny, Lola Bunny or the Mardi Gras brass band.

More info regarding Six Flags Fiesta Texas’ Mardi Gras Festival can be found here. The festival will run from January 16 until February 28.

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