Cedar Point to reveal what's new for 2017 via Instagram

Posted at 1:04 PM, Aug 16, 2016

Cedar Point is going to reveal what's new in 2017 for the roller coaster capital of world on Thursday, according to Director of Communications Tony Clark. 

Clark tweeted that Cedar Point fans can be first to find out what's new by visiting the amusement park's Instagram account at 10 a.m. on Thursday. 

Cedar Point announced on Aug. 1 that it will be dismantling the Mean Streak rollercoaster. The ride will permanently close on Sept. 16.