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Six Flags is back with a bang after over a decade of anticipation, revealing an electrifying lineup of new attractions that promise to rekindle the thrill-seeker in you. At Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, an iconic gem reborn as El Rio Lento awaits. This log flume, a nostalgic relic since 1963, is stepping into the future as one of the world's longest log flumes in 2024. Brace for a transformation that includes a fresh lift hill and not just one, but two breathtaking drops – including an exhilarating nosedive that'll leave you soaked in awe.

And for those seeking the adrenaline rush, Six Flags' grand reveal comes with their "Biggest Sale of the Year." Brace yourself for discounts up to a heart-pounding 70 percent on season passes and tickets until September 5. With a season pass, you're in for a wild ride, gaining access to Six Flags Fright Fest and a whirlwind of exhilarating memories throughout 2023.

So whether you're local or an adventure-seeker from afar, the stage is set, the roller coasters are revved up, and the anticipation is building. Get ready to plunge into a realm of heart-pounding joy and unforgettable moments at Six Flags Arlington.

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