Six Flags St. Louis
Eureka, Missouri
Daredevil Daze Enthusiast Event
September 17, 2011
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Daredevil Daze Enthusiast Event at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Every year Six Flags St. Louis throws with the American Coaster Enthusiasts Heart Of America Region the Daredevil Daze enthusiast event.  The event is a blast but over the last three years it has became the Negative-G Family Reunion as about a third of attendees are all friends from the Negative-G Forums. 

Being an Assistant Regional Rep, our very own Greg is one of the folks who puts on this wonderful event.  Here he is hanging out with Andrew "Beastbass" as we all get our lanyards, nametags and passes for our early morning and late night exclusive ride time, lunch and Screaming Eagle behind the scenes tour that are all part of the event.

Daredevil Daze Enthusiast Event at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Here's the Regional Representatives Jeff Mast and Jennifer Lovesee-Mast who ran the whole registration for the event.

Daredevil Daze is really one of the best ways to experience Six Flags St. Louis for several reasons.  First we get a couple of the coasters before the park opens in the morning, in this case Mr. Freeze and the Screaming Eagle and then we also get an hour on two more coasters in the dark after the park closes, Batman and American Thunder this year.  Then the park is normally dead when they have it so you get a virtual exclusive park time and to top it all off they always give us a really unique walk back like last years behind the scenes tour of the Scooby Do dark ride or this years Screaming Eagle tour.  It's a great event and you should join us next year.

American Thunder Roller Coaster at Daredevil Daze Enthusiast Event at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

American Thunder is a favorite of everyone so of course we spent a bunch of the day getting some rides on this.

Daredevil Daze Enthusiast Event at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri


Since American Thunder is no longer Evel Knievel they had to paint over the signs that laid out his career.  Replacing them are a bunch of signs that give the history of roller coasters that was put together with Six Flags and the American Coaster Enthusiasts.  The final sign is this nice one promoting the club so hopefully we'll have a few more people joining us at Daredevil Daze next year.



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