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Postby Gnome » Wed Apr 11, 2007 1:25 am

I wonder if they'll have any bad ass dark rides of notable mention?
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Postby Tobias94 » Wed Apr 11, 2007 7:45 am

This will be damn cool.
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Postby kissorkill2night » Wed Apr 11, 2007 12:01 pm

im excited
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Postby CircaCG » Wed Apr 11, 2007 12:42 pm

^^^Im pretty sure they signed a contract with Sally for a dark ride, and there are a lot of buildings that i could easily see a dark ride going inside.

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Postby Tomizzle For Rizzle » Fri Apr 13, 2007 6:47 am

New details on the B&M coaster....looks SWEET

http://www.usatoday.com/travel/destinat ... htm?csp=34

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Postby BeemerBoy » Fri Apr 13, 2007 6:52 am

^ My prayers have been answered! :b

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Postby coastermaniac1 » Fri Apr 13, 2007 8:27 am

So they are going for a normal sit-down coaster. I am glad there are more normal sit down coasters being built.

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Postby jarmor » Fri Apr 13, 2007 10:00 am

Tomizzle For Rizzle wrote:New details on the B&M coaster....looks SWEET

http://www.usatoday.com/travel/destinat ... htm?csp=34

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Postby Tomizzle For Rizzle » Fri Apr 13, 2007 10:12 am

more info

Hard Rock Park Offers a 'Whole Lotta Love'

World's First Rock 'n' Roll Theme Park Unveils Led Zeppelin - The Ride

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Hard Rock Park, the
world's first rock 'n' roll theme park, today announced one of the Park's
most anticipated attractions, Led Zeppelin - The Ride. Ascending over 150
feet into the sky, this iconic looping, steel roller coaster will feature a
high fidelity on-board audio system that soars to Led Zeppelin's hit single
"Whole Lotta Love," creating an unprecedented sensory experience for
In tune with Hard Rock's passion for music and memorabilia, Hard Rock
Park has worked closely with band members Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John
Paul Jones on all aspects of Led Zeppelin - The Ride, including the ride's
name, logo, and overall look and feel of the vehicles. Indeed the band
selected "Whole Lotta Love" as the theme song for the attraction.
"We've partnered with the most iconic hard rock band of all time to
create a truly unique and exciting experience that will serve as one of our
signature attractions," said Steven Goodwin, CEO of Hard Rock Park. "Our
relationship with Led Zeppelin is just one strong example of the support
and authenticity Hard Rock Park is receiving from the rock community."
Guests can get an early adrenaline rush of Led Zeppelin - The Ride by
visiting the Hard Rock Park Backstage Tour in Myrtle Beach, SC. Beginning
April 18, the Backstage Tour will feature a model of the Bolliger &
Mabillard manufactured ride and brief computer graphic simulator with
binaural sounds that creates a life-like sensory experience for visitors.
Admission to the Backstage Tour is free for all visitors.
Opening in Spring 2008, Hard Rock Park will be an approximately
140-acre theme park boasting more than 40 attractions for rockers of all
ages, including roller coasters, shows, children's play areas, restaurants,
cafes and retail stores, a multi-purpose live music amphitheatre, and
ultra-modern sound system specifically developed for the project, creating
a totally immersive full day experience.
For more information on Hard Rock Park or to purchase advance tickets
($46 for children of all ages), please visit http://www.hardrockpark.com.
About Hard Rock Park:
HRP Myrtle Beach Operations, LLC, is designing, developing, and
constructing; and will own and operate Hard Rock Park, an approximately
140- acre rock n' roll theme park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina under a
long term license agreement with Hard Rock International. HRP Myrtle Beach
Operations LLC is a Partnership between the executive management team of
Steven Goodwin, Felix Mussenden and Jon Binkowski, who designed and
developed the park's concepts and will be responsible for building and
operating the Park; FHTP, LLC, a group of prominent local investors and
community leaders and a joint venture led by real estate developer Ziel
Feldman and Amnon Bar-Tur, Managing Member of SafeHarbor Holding, LLC; from
New York and Africa Israel Investment and Polar International Real Estate
from Israel. For more information on Hard Rock Park, visit

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Postby asr » Fri Apr 13, 2007 10:17 am

If anyone is going to the backstage tour, please get a picture of the model of the coaster, I'm interested to see what the second half looks like.


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