The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station is set to host the 36th annual All-Schools Dance at the “thrill capital of the world,” Six Flags Magic Mountain, next month.
All Santa Clarita Valley students are invited for a night of fun on Friday, March 6, where they will be able to enjoy rides in a select area of the park, all while being supervised by deputies from the Sheriff’s Station.
The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station has partnered with Six Flags Magic Mountain for the past 36 years to host the annual “All Schools Dance.”
“The yearly event is very popular with local youth,” said Shirley Miller, spokesperson for the station, in a statement Thursday. “It provides an opportunity for students from several different local schools to interact and have a fun-filled and safe night.”
In addition to unlimited rides on the attractions X2, Revolution, Full Throttle and Goliath, there is set to be DJ music and a light show. Food is also set to be available for an additional purchase.
The theme park is scheduled to be closed to the general public on the night of the event and would only be open to students for the All Schools Dance.
This year’s event is scheduled for Friday, March 6 from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Six Flags Magic Mountain, and is open to all local Santa Clarita Valley students, grades 8-12.
The cost of admission is $10 per student (cash only) and requires a student I.D. Guests are set to be allowed in through the main entrance. For safety, SCV Sheriff’s organizers ask that parents pick-up and drop-off their children in ‘Parking Lot 1.’Do you have a news tip? Call us at (661) 298-1220, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking KHTS Santa Clarita News Alerts delivered right to your inbox. Report a typo or error, email Corrections@hometownstation.com
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