Six Flags Great America is back this season and bigger than before.
The park is scheduled to open for the season Saturday, with gates opening at 10:30 a.m.
This season will see the premiere of the world’s largest roller coaster—the Mardi Gras Hangover.
Tickets cost between $54.99 to $74.99 (children 2 and under are free), and parking will cost $26.
The park will offer through April 22, a special $77.99 sale on season passes, with the purchase of a four-pack. It includes free parking.
The Chicago Tribune reports that for every super hero cape purchased for $15 at the gate that weekend, Great America will donate a cape to Special Olympics Illinois and Wisconsin.
In addition, a super hero glow run to benefit Rotary Club of Gurnee will be held at 6 p.m. April 20, with $40-$50 for admission and access to some of the park’s rides.
The 20-acre Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park will also open at 11 a.m. on Memorial Day Weekend. Only those without a season pass will be charged an extra $10 fee to the park.
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