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March 3, 2007

Six Flags Over Texas To Kick Off Season For Spring Break

Arlington, TX -- Six Flags Over Texas to begin its 2007 season on March 10th with "Spring BreakOut!", an annual festival celebrating Spring Break. This year's Spring Break includes a lineup of local bands playing at the Arlington park during the nine-day event.

Six Flags will also be the unveiling many changes to the theme park, including more entertainment, dining, retail and interactive experiences.

The most significant addition is the all-new state production, Cirque Dreams Coobrila. This original show will take the stage of the newly renovated Music Mill Amphitheatre.

The show will feature brilliant lighting effects, breathtaking acrobatics and a whimsical story line. Six Flags is saying that the cast of Cirque Dreams Coobrila will take you to a fantasy beyond the moon.

"This season is full of energy and excitement for Six Flags Over Texas," said Six Flags Over Texas president, Steve Martindale. "From Spring BreakOut to the addition of Cirque Dreams Coobrila, Six Flags Over Texas is making its mark as a true destination."

Park guests will also have more dining options this season. Six Flags has added a Panda Express with quick-service Chinese food and Coldstone Creamery for ice cream.

Later this summer, Johnny Rockets a 50's diner known for its entertaining wait staff will become part of Six Flags Over Texas' Goodtimes Square.

Six Flags recent partnerships with Kodak and Nintendo will be present when the park reopens. Kodak photo kiosks found at various locations throughout the park will allow park-goers to view and purchase pictures from their visit.

Gaming fans will be able to play at the Wii Experience. This brand-new interactive gaming location from Nintendo opens a whole new dimension to a day at Six Flags Over Texas.

Spring BreakOut at Six Flags Over Texas starts March 10th. The theme park will be open daily March 10 - 18 from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. - Buy Tickets Online and Save!

For more information, see Six Flags Over Texas.

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