Great America RumorsSix Flags Great America: So there seems to be new rumors of where SFKK's stuff is going.....
From Anthony MurphySo I stumbled on a couple of rumors day about Great America:
Posted March 1, 2010 at 11:24 PM
Apparently, Chang from SFKK might be going to Great America. Apparently some pieces have been found at Great America
Little Dipper Roller Coaster will be going by Looney Toon's National Park area (the old net climb)
Any other SF rumors?
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From James RaoLittle Dipper is supposed to open in June.
Posted March 2, 2010 at 4:35 AM
Chang is still just a rumor... although some folks claim pieces of the track have been spotted on site.
MagiQuest is coming this year (it will be an upcharge attraction requiring a separate fee).
Glow In The Park Parade is supposed to open at the end of May.
Check out Screamscape for up to date information.
From Derek PotterI'm pretty sure that Chang is headed to Chicago, unless the Ky state fair board is somehow successful with their lawsuit. I really don't think that they will be though. It wouldn't surprise me if they come to some kind of a deal with the board for the rest of the rides in exchange for cash.
Posted March 2, 2010 at 6:38 AM
From Anthony MurphyYeah, I saw it on Great America's Facebook Fan page and looked deeper on sites such as screamscape and other SFGA fan sites.
Posted March 2, 2010 at 9:55 AM
Probably the biggest shock to me is that the Little Dipper will not open til around June 1. This is quite a suprise because it would appear that SFGA is not opening with any new attractions, but IOU to the guests.
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