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January 27, 2010

Magic Mountain's New Family Coaster Named After Six Flags' Ambassador

Mr. Six's DanceCoaster Logo Valencia, CASix Flags Magic Mountain announced that it will name their newest roller coaster – Mr. Six's DanceCoaster – after their own "Ambassador of Fun".

Mr. Six's DanceCoaster will be located in the Southwest corner of the theme park, adjacent to Déjà Vu and near last year's new roller coaster Terminator Salvation: The Ride. The new family friendly attraction will be ready for a Memorial Day weekend debut.

Six Flags Magic Mountain Mr. Six's DanceCoaster Roller Coaster

"Six Flags Magic Mountain is always looking for attractions that friends and families can enjoy together," stated Jay Thomas, Six Flags Magic Mountain Park President. "Mr. Six's DanceCoaster is a ride that I'm looking forward to experiencing with my own children."

The 28-foot tall, 679-foot long family coaster will feature an eight-car train built to look like Mr. Six's dance shoes that will reach a top speed of 21 miles-per-hour. The ride will also sport the colors of Mr. Six's formal attire– black, white and read.

"I am very pleased that we are adding this to our unmatched coaster collection at Six Flags Magic Mountain," added Thomas.

Mr. Six's DanceCoaster will become the Six Flags Magic Mountain's 17th roller coaster and tie the park with Cedar Point for the most roller coasters in a single park.

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