Kennywood posted a teaser on Instagram today that points towards changes being made to Phantom's Revenge. Whatever is happening will be announced tomorrow
Six Flags Fiesta Texas has begun teasing their 2022 addition! The removal of the Sundance Theater has also been confirmed which leaves a pretty good plot of land to work with!
There is also a blimp with 2022 flying above the park now which could indicate the height of the future attraction
Familypark Neusiedlersee in Austria, who were acquired by Compagnie Des Alpes (Parc Asterix, Walibi) in 2019, have updated their map with a big new for 2022 addition. The park is already home to a few family coasters and rides, but this plot is much bigger than anything else in the park.
These images were apparently found on Fantasy Island's website earlier today but were taken down. Seems that there is potential for a Vekoma double launch coming this year! Not sure how true this is, but I hope it is true!
EDIT the images have been faked, this thread can be locked
Knott's posted these pictures to their Instagram story today and they seem to hint that Pony Express could be leaving or being rethemed. It might be a reach but I wouldn't be surprised if it bites the dust.
Plans have emerged for Six Flags St. Louis's 2021 project which appears to be a Railblazer clone taking the place of their old Tidal Wave ride that was demolished last year. These plans still could be fake, but it would be some good new for the park if true seeing as they haven't gotten anything...
Plans for Dorney Park's 2021 addition have surfaced
It seems that Possessed will also be removed to make way for this. Based on the layout drawings it seems to be some sort of wooden shuttle coaster akin to Switchback.
Here is the planning commission notice...
Fuji-Q's latest press release shows that in 2022 they will be building a coaster that costs about 3.6 Billion Yen (about 33 million USD). This is around the same cost as Eejanaika and will be the most expensive addition to the park. The press release (in Japanese) can be seen here. Here are some...
Surveying has begun in the area around Tidal Wave and the former Green Lantern at SFMM. There are rumors circulating that the end for Tidal Wave will be soon and it makes sense since Six Flags has been removing their splash boat rides in recent years. It seems the park might be trying to get a...
Suzuka Circuit have started construction on their new coaster for 2020 called GP Racers. Currently unknown what kind of coaster this will be.
Looks like this could potentially be another Maurer Spike Coaster. An update is coming in a little over a month.