Six Flags Over Texas, Fire & Ice Winter Festival


January 09, 2021 to February 28, 2021


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2201 Road to Six Flags,
Arlington, TX, 76011

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To kick off Six Flags Over Texas’ 60th Anniversary season, the park is hosting its first-ever Fire & Ice Winter Festival weekends Jan. 9–Feb. 28, plus Jan. 18 and Feb. 15. The park is heating things up with the Fire and Ice Marketplace, fire pits with s’mores throughout the park, and a spectacular fireworks show every Saturday night.

To cool things down, guests will be able to continue to enjoy the snow and sledding on The Frosty Snowhill, plus the all-new Fire and Ice Light Show, Dancing Fountain Show and Mystic Acres Winter Wonderland.

Six Flags is heating up the ovens and breaking out the frozen treats with all-new culinary delights, from loaded baked potatoes and chili to specialty cocktails at the Fire & Ice-themed bars throughout the park.

Guests will be able to strike a pose at all-new snow-themed photo booths, plus try their hand at Curling in the curling rink (additional fee required).

Fire & Ice Festival Shows
Diamond Jubilee Jazz Band at the Carousel Stage
Noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm
Celebrating the park’s 60th Anniversary Season, the sights and sounds from the Diamond Jubilee Jazz Band are like those first guests experienced here in 1961. Be sure to stop and listen to great Jazz from over the decades.

Dancing Fountain Show at the Front Gate Star Mall
12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm
Stop by and enjoy magical dancing water at this all-new show at the Star Mall Fountain near the front gate.

Mariachi Oasis at the Mexico Gazebo
12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm
Stop by the Mexico Gazebo and hear your favorites performed by Mariachi Oasis. This historical Mexican music is sure to make you clap and sing along.

Looney Tunes Characters at Mystic Acres
Winter is here, and so are your favorite LOONEY TUNES characters. Explore Mystic Acres Winter Wonderland and get a socially-distant photo taken with your favorite pals.

Ice Carving by Reverend Butter at the Stage in Gotham City
2:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm
Back by popular demand, the one and only award-winning “Reverend Butter.” This ensemble will show off their ice carving talents by slicing and dicing 300-pound blocks of ice into amazing sculptures using a variety of tools, including their favorite: a chainsaw.

Andrew Carman at the Marketplace Stage
3pm, 4pm, 5pm and 6pm
Six Flags welcomes this Nashville-bound singer as he showcases incredible vocals and covers many of your favorites as well as some original songs about Texas, life, and love.

Fire & Ice Light Show in the Texas Section near Rodeo
5–7pm – Continuously
As the sun sets, thousands of lights will illuminate the Texas section of the park and glow to the beat of Fire & Ice music.

Saturday Night Fireworks
Each Saturday night, wrap up your day at the park in unique fashion by watching fireworks being launched from the iconic 300-foot Oil Derrick tower.