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Rainbow Days set to bring LGBT crowds to Six Flags

Rainbow Days at Six Flags Over Georgia

LGBT crowds will gather Saturday, Aug. 10, at Six Flags Over Georgia for the fourth annual Rainbow Days at the popular amusement park. While the park will be open to the general public, Rainbow Days gold ticket holders can also access special entertainment and dining.

“We're most excited about our new sponsors, all of our new attendees as well as the old ones, the commitment ceremonies and of course the unification of the LGBT community,” says Carmen Smith, managing partner of Atlanta Premier Events Group, which produces Rainbow Days with presenting sponsor Gayborhood.

The goal of the event is to offer a fun-filled day for LGBT attendees while also sending a message about unity and diversity, and organizers hope attendance will top 3,000.

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Rainbow Days at Six Flags announce 2013 event dates

The annual Rainbow Days at Six Flags Over Georgia announced today the dates for its 2013 event. The LGBT day at the theme park will take place Aug. 10, from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Organizers hope to attract more than 3,000 to Six Flags for the event's fourth year.

Admission to the park will be available in price packages from $23 to $50. Some ticket plans will include everything from parking to an evening buffet and tickets to live stage entertainment. A portion of ticket sales will go to the Health Initiative, organizers also said.

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Rainbow Days thrills with coasters, entertainment at Six Flags

Rainbow Days at Six Flags

A summertime trip to the amusement park is as American as apple pie.

Rainbow Days at Six Flags Over Georgia returns for a third year with an expanded lineup of events, including a day in the theme park on Aug. 25, complete with a concert featuring ‘80s pop star Tiffany and raunchy gay rapper Cazwell, followed by a Sunday picnic in Piedmont Park.

Carmen Smith, founder of Rainbow Days, hopes to create an event similar to “Gay Days at Disney” for Atlanta.

“I wanted to bring something different to the city,” Smith says. “We need our own day out in the park.”