Just as it led the way to the re-opening of many attractions at the Jersey Shore last summer, Six Flags Great Adventure kicks off their 2021 season with Rockin' Drive-In Laser Light Spectacular at 7:30 and 9:30 pm from Thursday through Sunday, March18-21.
Enjoy eye-popping laser lights and special effects set to a rocking soundtrack of today’s greatest hits – all from the safety of your own car. This 30-minute nighttime event will be held in the theme park parking lot. The main entrance on Rt. 537 West will be used to access the parking lot, which opens at 6:15pm for the early show and 8:15pm for the late show.
Tickets are $14.99 per person or $9.99 for member and season pas holders.
What else is happening at Six Flags Great Adventure this year? Starting March 27,
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Six Flags Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure will begin daily operation. It's a self-guided journey through 1,200 exotic animals from six continents. From the safety and privacy of their own vehicles, guests will slowly wind through 11 simulated natural habitats seeing animals such as giraffes, elephants, rhinos, lions, tigers, bears and baboons. While most animals roam freely in the safari, predators are safely kept behind fences. All animals are clearly visible from car windows.
Guests will see the babies of 2020, including four giraffe calves and two Siberian tiger cubs and include the rare bongo species (antelope) with a adorable calf coming into view in mid-April. K
Later this spring, other baby animals include eland, dama gazelle, and ankoli cattle calves in the Wilde Plains; wildebeest calves in the Serengeti Grasslands; kangaroo joeys in Didgeridoo Pass; bison calves in The Americas; zebra foals and Asian water buffalo calf in Afrikka; nilgai calves in Tigris Asiana, and playful baboons in Baboon Village.