Six Flags Magic Mountain to Reopen on April 1

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (CNS) — Six Flags Magic Mountain will reopen to guests on April 1, park officers declared on Twitter Thursday.

It’s the initially working day that concept parks are authorized to open up underneath rules of the “pink” tier of the state’s coronavirus reopening policies.

The park will be open for members and passholders on April 1 and 2, and then open up to the general general public on April 3, officers reported.

Because of coronavirus problems, tickets and reservations will be available on the web to California People only, officers said.

Less than condition guidelines, theme parks are allowed to reopen at 15 % capability in the pink tier. Guests are also limited to teams 10 or less, and from no far more than a few homes.

The shift will come just one working day just after Disneyland and California Adventure declared an April 30 reopening, much more than just one 12 months right after shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Condition overall health officers declared previously this thirty day period that concept parks can reopen starting April 1 in counties that have attained the red tier of the state’s 4-stage Blueprint for a Safer Financial state. L.A County moved into the red tier on Monday.

Common Studios Hollywood and Knott’s Berry Farm have not nonetheless announced their reopening programs.