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Cedar Point was founded in 1870 and is based in Sandusky, Ohio.
The Celebration Plaza Stage is in Celebration Plaza in front of the Iron Dragon. It was built for the 2012 season as part of Luminosity – Ignite the Night! and replaced a giant screen used for Hot Summer Lights.
The Red Garter Saloon is a stage located on the Frontier Trail.
The Palace Theater is next to the Last Chance Saloon in Frontiertown.
The Camp Snoopy Theatre is a small stage in Camp Snoopy.
The Jack Aldrich Theatre formerly called the Centennial Theatre is a stage located between Midway Carousel and the Skyride.
Bandstand USA is a musical medley of tributes featuring a handful of Motown classics.
Beach Band is brass and percussion band that travels around the park playing pop, rock and other genres.
Charlie Brown’s Funtime Frolics takes place in the Camp Snoopy Theatre.
Jamming DJ’s are disc jockeys (DJ’s) who take requests from people waiting in line for the Millennium Force daily and for the Raptor on weekends during the summer.
Luminosity – Ignite the Night! is a dance, fireworks, and pyrotechnics show for all ages performed nightly on the Celebration Plaza stage.
Lusty Lil’s Revue is a musical comedy show set to a western theme in the Palace Theater.
Peanuts’ Celebration at the Point is a Peanuts show performed on the Celebration Plaza stage.
Snoopy’s Sing-A-Long is a singing and dancing show in the Camp Snoopy Theatre.
Toes in the Sand Band is a band that plays outside of the Hotel Breakers on the beach.
Totally Live – This Country Rocks is a country music and dancing show in the Red Garter Saloon.
Fast Lane, introduced at Cedar Point in 2012, is a secondary queue system that offers shorter wait times on the park’s most popular rides. In addition to the standard admission charge, visitors can bypass the standard wait line by purchasing a wristband that grants access to the Fast Lane queue. A limited number of wristbands are sold each day. The two options available for purchase are “Fast Lane” and “Fast Lane Plus”. The standard Fast Lane offers access to 24 attractions, while Fast Lane Plus covers the same rides and adds Top Thrill Dragster, GateKeeper, Maverick, and Valravn.
Beginning in the 2014 season, Cedar Point offers a Halloween-themed version of Fast Lane called Fright Lane with Skeleton Key, available during HalloWeekends. In addition to Fast Lane access, this version provides priority access to haunted attractions within the park. It also includes a key that provides access to a secret room in each haunted attraction.
This “system” is still controversial to many guests. Some view it as a way to cut lines by paying extra money. Ironically Cedar Point did have a similar system in the early 2000s, but has in 2004 discontinued it because they were charged with “sanctioning line-jumping”. This Fast Pass is the updated version which is supposed to be less problematic for other guests, even though the general idea is the same. It is a way to make lines shorter only for the people with the Pass. The other guests in line actually get a longer wait time because the Fast Pass individuals may get on the ride a few times in the same duration of one normal wait time.
Cedar Point won the Golden Ticket Award from Amusement Today for “Best Amusement Park in the World” for 16 consecutive years from 1997-2013. The park has also placed in categories for “Friendliest Park Staff” (2002, 2004 – 2006), “Cleanest Park” (2004, 2005), “Best Capacity” (1998 – 2002), “Best Kid’s Area” (2004, 2013), “Best Outdoor Night Production” (2004 – 2007), “Best Shows” (2004, 2005), “Best Games Area” (2002), “Best Souvenirs” (2002), and “Best Halloween Event” (2005 – 2008, 2013, 2014). The park also won the Golden Ticket Award for “Best New Ride of 2007” with the roller coaster Maverick. Cedar Point has also won several IAAPA awards, including the Applause Award in 1996.