SANDUSKY, Ohio — Cedar Point announced Friday that its 150th anniversary celebration as well as new attractions and attractions have been postponed until next year due to coronavirus concerns.
Currently, the park does not have a set date to reopen but is “looking forward to welcoming you back just as soon as it is safe to do so."
The park made the following announcements regarding the upcoming season:
- Our team is working hard to ensure some of your favorite rides and attractions will be ready for you when the park is able to open. In the meantime, be sure to visit TicketofaLifetime.com each week to register and enter for your chance to win free admission for life!
- Our 150th Anniversary Celebration, along with its attractions and festivities such as the Snake River Expedition ride, Town Hall Museum and Celebrate 150 Spectacular immersive nighttime parade and show will be postponed to 2021. Our team determined that a celebration of this magnitude must be done right. In order to observe and respect social distancing, we have made the decision to postpone this much anticipated event until next season.
- Special events like Performances in the Park, Spring Youth & Education Programs, CoasterMania!, Frontier Festival, Coaster Campout, Run & Ride and Season Passholder Appreciation Weekend will be postponed to 2021.
- Experiences like VIP, Sunrise, Segway and Boardwalk Cruiser Tours will also be postponed until 2021.
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