Kings Dominion has sent us a press release regarding their returning Kingsfest Christian music concert series.
Kings Dominion, the Mid-Atlantic’s premier amusement park, welcomes the return of Kingsfest, the hottest summer Christian music concert series, beginning today, Thursday, June 28th and continuing until Saturday, June 30th.
Kingsfest features some of the best in Contemporary Christian music including Needtobreathe, Casting Crowns, Skillet, Owl City, RED, TobyMac and more. In all, 24 bands will perform at Kingswood Amphitheater. Former Kingsfest performer KJ-52 will be emceeing the three-day long Kingsfest event. A full listing of all the acts scheduled for Kingsfest can be found at http://www.kingsdominion.com/events/things-to-do/special-events/Kingsfest-2012.
Tickets are still available for Kingsfest through www.ticketmaster.com. Discounted tickets are available for those individuals with Kings Dominion season passes. For groups of 15 people or more, please contact Kings Dominion directly at (804) 876-5561.
T-BONDIcoasterkid wrote:We plan on not riding shockwave, but We're going to ride FoF.
Shockwave's actually running fairly well this season,mind you it's got it's rough spots in the helix entrance & last turnaround but other than that it's not as bad as say anaconda.FOF really had a bad vibration when I rode it saturday & I kinda got a bit of whiplash in the flatspin but I think a large part of it had to do with riding near the back of the train.
If shockwave were to be removed in the future I wonder just what sort of small to medium sized steel ride could take it's place?No matter how much money theey're willing to invest in keeping it running eventually it will reach the end of it's useful service life so it kinda begs the question of what would a suitable replacement for that spot could or should be.
KDCOASTERFAN wrote:Seems like wave swinger has been added to fastlane & I'm like "wtf?" the ride never generates a line long enough to need it and is usually at most just a one cycle wait.
The more rides listed on the Fast Lane booth, the more they can convince people to buy it. It is as simple as that, and they are just adding Fast Lane to rides that it is easy to add (AKA just throwing up some Fast Lane signs).
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