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2 Weeks Until Out on the Mountain 2018

It’s almost time for thrill rides once again, Southern California! Time to get ready for some LGBT fun at Six Flags Magic Mountain.

Join Over 5,000 at Out on the Mountain — Friday September 14th with Aja from RuPaul’s Drag Race

This year’s Out on the Mountain is one not to be missed on Friday, September 14th. Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA (just north of Los Angeles) has added a new ride for 2018 called CraZanity, the world’s tallest pendulum ride. In addition, we’ve got a stellar line-up including Aja from RuPaul’s Drag Race, top 10 Billboard dance club artist Jaki Nelson, Ruba Wilson from The Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Flex and Shanice”, a Whisper Sixx & Company drag show, dance parties with Ray Rhodes and DJ SRO, hostess Ingenue, and lots more.

We have limited hotel rooms remaining. Last chance to book your room is this Saturday, September 1 or when block is sold out. Book your hotel room now at our host hotel, Hilton Garden Inn Valencia: Book Hotel.

CraZanity             
CraZanity, world’s tallest pendulum ride, is now open at Six Flags Magic Mountain

Make plans to join us for this exciting event at Magic Mountain.

Enjoy special access to Out on the Mountain from 6pm-1am (rides till midnight). Fast ride lines, dance party, performances, and lots more. Free parking!
In addition, you get all-day access with the general public from 10:30am-6pm.
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