This update highlights some of the new entertainment found in the park with the incoming help of David Major II.
Mach 5 is a show that takes place outside of X-Flight's queues and includes drumming and dancing.
These performers are rotated out and used for the same shows everyday.
The location doesn't quite make sense to me. I don't have a problem with it being near X-Flight, I'm just wondering why it isn't near the zero-g roll in that giant slab of concrete. The only logical explanation I can think of would be clearance.
I have to say I actually enjoyed this show.
It interacts with the audience and has a good soundtrack.
Heading on to "Metropolis Plaza." I put this in quotes because there is no indication of this being an actual area of the park.
Anyways, Justice League was busy as usual and not worth my time, despite how good it is. There is a different colored portion of the concrete, but it does not have the DC Logo like the St. Louis counterpart does.
Fiesta Fries, located in between Giant Drop and Raging Bull has removed their glass panels.
Bull had little to no line, so I took it on. Especially knowing how long the lines would be based on Goliath at La Ronde.
I caught the later party of Country rocks on the way out of Southwest Territory.
Families were wobblin with team members in Hometown Square. It's nice to see this area of the park being used to it's full potential. (Or at close to it)
Superman has chains around it's logo when in climate weather is permitting so guests don't slip. Of course this doesn't stop some of the disobedient daredevils.
King Chaos was still down but had restraints on it, so that's a good sign of progress.
Finally here are the pictures signifying my departure.
I hope you've enjoyed these updates and I have tons more to come in the future.