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Postby Miltonmx » Thu Mar 05, 2009 1:00 pm

A bunch of news of this coaster:

Check the latest pictures at this link:




Also the local TV commercials, shows that the coaster will open on March 21!

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Postby coastakid » Thu Mar 05, 2009 2:02 pm

Is it just me or does Six Flags Mexico's version of TDKC look much more appealing than its american counterparts...

Anyhow, I think this ride was a much better fit for Six Flags Mexico seeing as Six Flags New England already has Pandemonium, as well as many other family-oriented attractions.


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Postby vacoaster » Thu Mar 05, 2009 2:53 pm

Agreed. At SFGAM alot individuals were stating that The Dark Knight felt like Raging Cajun in the dark.. which is a spinning mouse coaster

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Postby Miltonmx » Mon Mar 30, 2009 2:28 pm

Finally the new coaster opened on March 19 with many local artist and with the VIP guest, Michael Antinoro, Executive Vice President, Entertainment and Marketing of the Six Flags Chain.

On his speech, he told that the DKC is a family atracction that will bring truly emotions to the mexican family.

The most relevant thing that he told is that in a few months they will unveil the new atracctions that will rise on all the parks for the 50th anniversary celebration that will start on 2010 and finish in 2011.

The coaster is adapted on the old train area that used to cross from "Pueblo Vaquero" to "Hollywood". The theming ís in english language, similar of the colones installed on the other SF parks.

The only thing that is different, is the video on the pre-show that the audio es dubbed in Spanish language.

Here are some pics of the event:

















Overall, this coaster is a great adittion for the park, and the Mexican guests really enjoy the DKC!!!

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Postby Manic Monte » Mon Mar 30, 2009 2:46 pm

^Nice! I also enjoy the DCK!

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Postby televisedconfession » Mon Mar 30, 2009 3:08 pm

I'm very glad SFM got that coaster. I think it's a great fit for the park. It made sense.

Thanks for the update! I'm hoping to get there this christmas time!
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Postby netdvn » Mon Mar 30, 2009 3:43 pm

WOW the theming is impressive for a Six Flags coaster!

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NEWS: Six Flags Mexico launches "Beyond the Stars"

Postby jedimaster1227 » Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:18 am


The 2010 is a year of celebration, a moment of our history and celebrate the Bicentennial of two very important moments of our country, which is why Six Flags Mexico also wants its guests to live a moment of emotion, enjoying a new show highlighting proud to be Mexican.

The sky over Six Flags Mexico will be illuminated by an explosion of stars with Beyond The Stars, the new show of fireworks, light and sound that the park will provide its guests in these Easter holidays as part of diversified entertainment package that features to this theme park. On this occasion the bicentenary of Mexico is the inspiration to create an entire show where fireworks are coordinated with light and music to offer a unique experience that will make you scream Viva Mexico!

The production of this new show is in charge of International Pyrotechnics, the company's most important fireworks Mexico who have been responsible for lighting the sky with great success in many national and international events. Moreover, the words and music that cover this display of emotions were composed especially for Beyond The Stars by the Mexican composer Cesar Vega, whose knowledge and outstanding track record enabled him to capture the essence of a celebration as important as the Bicentennial in a musical production that will capture the hearts of the audience.

The Chinese Theater, with capacity for 4,500 people, will take center stage proud to be Mexican to life through this magnificent show that will be available for a limited time at Six Flags Mexico and which can be enjoyed only on the nights of Saturday, March 27 to Saturday 10 April this year.

This show will be included in any of the admissions to the park so no additional cost and is designed for family enjoyment.

Here is the original press release (in Spanish), just in case any Spanish speakers want to provide a better translation for us.


El 2010 es un año de celebración, momento de festejar nuestra historia y el Bicentenario de dos momentos muy importantes de nuestro país, es por ello que Six Flags Mexico quiere que sus invitados también vivan un momento de emociones, disfrutando de un nuevo show que resaltará el orgullo de ser mexicanos.

El cielo sobre Six Flags Mexico será iluminado por una explosión de estrellas con Beyond The Stars, el nuevo espectáculo de pirotecnia, luz y sonido que el parque entregará a sus invitados en estas vacaciones de Semana Santa, como parte del paquete de entretenimiento diversificado que caracteriza a este parque temático. En esta ocasión el Bicentenario de México es la inspiración para crear todo un espectáculo donde los fuegos artificiales se coordinan con la luz y la música para ofrecer una experiencia única que te hará gritar ¡Viva México!

La producción de este nuevo espectáculo está a cargo de Pirotecnia Internacional, la empresa de fuegos artificiales más importante de México quienes se han encargado de iluminar el cielo con gran éxito en innumerables eventos nacionales e internacionales. Por otro lado, la letra y música que visten este despliegue de emociones fueron compuestas especialmente para Beyond The Stars por el compositor mexicano César Vega, cuyos conocimientos y destacada trayectoria le permitieron capturar la esencia de una celebración tan importante como el Bicentenario en una producción musical que cautivará los corazones de la audiencia.

El Teatro Chino, con capacidad para 4,500 personas, será el escenario donde el orgullo de ser mexicano cobre vida a través de este majestuoso show que estará disponible por tiempo limitado en Six Flags Mexico ya que se podrá disfrutar únicamente las noches del sábado 27 de marzo al sábado 10 de abril de este año.

Este espectáculo estará incluido en cualquiera de las admisiones al parque por lo que no tiene un costo adicional y está diseñado para disfrutarlo en familia.

Six Flags Mexico has also posted photos from the premier the new fireworks show at the link below.
It's a show about 15 minutes which coordinates fireworks, light and sound
This time the composer Cesar Vega reflected the feelings of the Bicentennial in a majestic song.
This show will be presented for a limited time! From Saturday 27 March to Saturday 10 April. Do not miss it!
Production is in charge of International Pyrotechnics, fireworks company Mexico's most important!
We celebrate the pride of being Mexican with this new show inspired by our history. Six Flags Mexico presents Beyond The Stars, celebrating the Bicentennial
Special guests came to the event as Ventaneando Atala Sarmiento
Viva México
Another of our special guests was Eleazar Gómez, Mateo with his friends in the cast of "Dare to Dream"
We love to feel proud to be Mexican!
Change the scheme, Alter the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you would be so kind!


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Six Flags Mexico Record-breaking Mentos Explosions

Postby vekoma_fan » Wed Aug 25, 2010 2:17 am

Might be in the wrong thread... but this really made me smile (just move it to where it belong)

Thousands of people gather in Mexico City to get drenched and set new world record for the largest number of simultaneously erupting Mentos geysers.
The record was set by 2,433 participants of all ages, beating the record set by 1,500 students, teachers and parents in Singapore earlier this month.

Cola and Mentos geysers occur due to chemical reactions when the drink and mints mix.
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Re: Six Flags Mexico Record-breakign mentos explosions

Postby Band-Aid » Wed Aug 25, 2010 3:29 am

WHOA. That was awesome!
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