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Save the Date: Out on the Mountain – Friday, September 17th

Save the date as your annual LGBTQ private party amusement park fun returns at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Friday, September 17th.

Save the Date:
Out on the Mountain Returns Friday, September 17th with Trinity The Tuck from RuPaul’s Drag Race

The annual LGBTQ private party amusement park fun you’ve come to expect every September returns in 2021. Since our announcement at the start of Pride Month on June 1, we’ve been busy working on programming. We are excited to announce the first of these acts in Trinity The Tuck (a winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4) and more announcements are coming very soon.

This year’s Out on the Mountain is on Friday, September 17th. Six Flags Magic Mountain, the thrill capital of the world, has more thrill rides than any other park in the world.  It includes its latest ride, West Coast Racers, along with fan favorites: CraZanity, Full Throttle, X2, and many more. Having an LGBTQ private party full park experience means shorter rides line than the typical day. In addition, no guessing who is LGBTQ or LGBTQ allies in the park during our event. Everyone is!


A lot of fun awaits including:

  • Trinity The Tuck (RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4 winner) performances
  • Full Throttle dance party with Ray Rhodes
  • Metro Park Pub with DJ SRO
  • The entire park (except the kiddie area) open exclusively for us from 6 pm-1 am (rides until midnight)
  • And more acts and surprises to be announced soon.

More Info

Regular Tickets with Free Parking for Only $55

Enjoy LGBTQ private parties throughout the entire park from 6 pm-1 am (rides till midnight). Fast ride lines, dance parties, performances, and lots more. Free parking!
In addition, you get all-day access with the general public from 10:30 am-6 pm. No regular tickets, season passes, or memberships accepted. TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLY ONLINE.
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VIP packages include front-of-line ride access on all rides, VIP lanyard, and first access for meet and greet with Trinity the Tuck (assuming protocols allow), and updated features including priority reserved parking, $30 in Bugs Bunny bucks (good for food, drinks, and merchandise), and a 6″ x 8″ photo (rides, front gate, or character meet). LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE.
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Hilton Garden Inn serves again as the host hotel. Special Out on the Mountain rates start at $123/night + tax and includes free hot breakfast and free parking. These rates are below what they were in 2019! Limited rooms are available. Book today.
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