jedimaster1227 wrote:Discover Myrtle Beach has released a summary of the changes made to the new Freestyle Music Park, comparing old names to the new.
Freestyle Music Park has released their new park map. Here are the changes in Place
ZONE: VIP Plaza - Previously All Access Entry Plaza
Dining: Beale Street Theater - Renamed from Origins Theater Rockaccino Coffee & Ice Cream - Renamed from Amp'd Up Coffee Thunderin' Lighting - Renamed from The Whammy Bar No Strings - Renamed from
Shopping: Prelude / Reprise - Renamed from The In & Out Store Red, Red Wine - Renamed from I Want Candy Freestyle Mercantile - Renamed from All Access Merchandise ----------------------------
ZONE: Myrtle's Beach - Previously Rock & Roll Heaven
RIDES & ATTRACTIONS: The Time Machine - Renamed from Led Zeppelin the Ride Adrenaline Rush - Renamed from Malibu Beach Party Polly Nesian’s Splash Bash - Renamed from Reggae Falls
DINING: Bali Hai Burgers and Bites - Renamed from Paradise Grille Paradise Pizza - Renamed from The Kitchen Below
SHOPPING: Tiki Mart - Renamed from Irie Crafts Kiosks Beary's Bears - Renamed from an unnamed shopping stand Buying Time - Renamed from Cloud Nine Provisions ----------------------------
ZONE: Across the Pond - Previously British Invasion & Lost in the 70's
RIDE & ATTRACTIONS: Round About - Renamed from Maximum RPM! Faerie Glen - Renamed from Magic Mushroom Garden Whirlygigs - Renamed from The English Faire Carnaby Carousel - Renamed from All The Kings Horses McGillivray Cab Company - Renamed from London Cab Ride Jump - Renamed from The Pink Pit A show replacing Roadies Stunt Show has not been announced. A dark ride to replace Nights in White Satin has not been announced. There is no sit down restaurant to replace Alice's according to the map.
DINING: Pitmeddon Bar - Renamed from Queens Head Pub Strawberry Fields and Cream - Renamed from Codpiece Fish & Chips Penny Lane's Cafe - Carnaby Street Cafe
SHOPPING: The Underground - Name Remains the Same Ghouly Goods & Monster Treats - Renamed from King's Boutique ----------------------------
ZONE: Kids in America - Previously Born in the USA & Banana Splitsville
RIDES & ATTRACTIONS: Soak'd - Renamed from Slippery When Wet Hang Ten - Renamed from Shake Rattle ‘n’ Rollercoaster Ring My Bell - Renamed from Funky Town Midway Grunge Station - Renamed from Garage Jam
DINING: Ice Cream You Scream - Renamed from Love Shack Snacks Take 5 and Dine - Renamed from Great Meals Diner
SHOPPING: Green Lady Gifts - Renamed from a Shop only Open During Concerts Kids in America Shop - New Catch a Wave Gas & Gifts - Renamed from Main Street Gas & Gifts The Gibson Store - Name Remains the Same ----------------------------
ZONE: Country USA - Previously Cool Country
RIDES & ATTRACTIONS: Iron Horse - Renamed from Eagles Life in the Last Lane Cool as Ice - Renamed from Country on Ice The Texas Swing - Renamed from Just A Swingin’ Big Ol’ Trucks - Renamed from Muddin’ Moster Race RockCowBilly appears to have been removed according to the new park map.
DINING: Acapulco Phil's Mexican Cafe - Renamed from Wheelhouse Canteen The Big Q Smokehouse - Renamed from Rockabill BBQ
SHOPPING: The Trading Post - Renamed from C&C Trading Co.
NIGHTTIME SHOW: Kiss the Sky - Renamed from Bohemian Rhapsody
It should also be known that the new dark ride that will replace Nights in White Satin will be known as Monstars of Rock. The ride description is as follows:
This dark ride weaves between reality and illusion with an onboard audio track that spill out ghoulish tunes. Masterfully blending sights, sounds, smells and techniques, riders of all ages are immersed in one of the park coolest (and spookiest) rides.
While I'm still on the fence about the park itself (I don't really understand adding CSI: Live to a music themed park), it does seem like they are getting their act together. That being said, I think it is still cutting things far too close to the opening to be releasing all of this information to such a limited audience.
I really wonder what would have happened if they pushed back the opening even a month later, giving them a little less reason to rush...
Which finally reveals their planned hours of operation. Looks like they will only be open in the afternoon for the first two weeks excluding weekends.
They also have the list of what you get when you buy an annual pass, which costs 65 dollars roughly. But hey, complimentary parking is always nice. As is 10% off merchandise and food and beverage excluding alcohol. Which I'm sure plenty of parents are gonna need if they take their kids to FMP. There's a reason Chuck E Cheese sells beer...
CHILLERLC1 wrote:HRP Creative Services filed suit against FMP saying they didn't do enough to distinguish themselves. What Bull once again. They want to threaten the park's opening. Bull.
Well, thats just stupid. What is FMP supposed to do with the existing theme that HRP built? Yes, it looks like you are in a music themed park but we are calling it Tropical Land/Jungle Land (or something generic like that).
Yeah I am not sure what HRP Creative wants Freestyle to do besides tear down all the buildings and rides and re-build them from scratch. Plus how can they claim they own the designs to rides? Don't the manufactures own that? They must really want money any way they can get it.
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