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Out on the Mountain Celebrates Tenth Anniversary Event

Over 6,000 are expected at Out on the Mountain, the gay night at Six Flags Magic Mountain, on
Friday, September 22, 2017 from 6pm-1am. It will be a night of thrill rides, Halloween Fright Fest
mazes, live performances, and multiple dance parties with Ray Rhodes and DJ SRO. The
entire park goes gay for the night, which provides a safe and inclusive environment for the
LGBTQ community.

This tenth-annual event has worked with a number of community collaborators and supported various LGBT organizations over the years including Trevor Project, Center Long Beach, OUTreach Center, Los Angeles LGBT Center’s LifeWorks, UCLA Lambda Alumni Association, local PFLAG and GSA chapters, and many others.

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For this year’s event, attendees may come to the park, as the park opens to the general public
from 10:30am-6pm, of which Out on the Mountain attendees may come early and enjoy free
parking. Attendees will enjoy Magic Mountain’s thrill rides including Six Flags Magic Mountain’s
latest interactive ride Justice League: Battle for Metropolis, along with The New Revolution,
Twisted Colossus, Full Throttle, Lex Luthor: Drop of Doom, Green Lantern: First Flight,
Superman: Escape from Krypton, Batman the Ride, Tatsu, Apocalypse, The Riddler’s Revenge,
and X2. In addition as part of the tenth anniversary, there will be two Fright Fest mazes: Toyz of
Terror and Vault 666 open from 8pm-12am.

Past performers have included Tyler Glenn of the Neon Trees, Jessica Sanchez, Jessica Sutta
of The Pussycat Dolls, Natalia Kills, Alexis Jordan, Martha Wash, Shangela, Laganja Estranja,
Courtney Act, and Chad Michaels. This year’s performers will be announced soon on at
OutontheMountain.com.

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TICKETS
Tickets, which include free parking, are on sale in advance for $49 at OutontheMountain.com,
with gate price of $67. $150 VIP packages are also available. $49 advanced tickets are
available for on-site purchase at LASC (8592 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood).
For more information, visit http://www.OutontheMountain.com.

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