Raging Waters Los Angeles Announces New Bombs Away, Six-Story Free-Fall Slides For Summer 2020 Season

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Raging Waters Los Angeles, California’s largest waterpark, announces the newest addition to its world-class attraction lineup for the upcoming 2020 season – Bombs Away, a pair of high altitude, free-fall body slides, each offering a different ride experience!

Boy in drop capsule ready for ride to begin

Bombs Away, opening summer 2020 at Raging Waters Los Angeles will combine the anticipation of a drop capsule with world-class thrills.

“The addition of Bombs Away further solidifies Raging Waters Los Angeles' long standing commitment to providing the largest and best variety of waterpark attractions in Southern California,” said Nick Hager, General Manager for Raging Waters Los Angeles.

Raging Waters Los Angeles, California’s largest waterpark, announces the newest addition to its world-class attraction lineup for the upcoming 2020 season – Bombs Away, a pair of high altitude, free-fall body slides, each offering a different ride experience!

Opening early next summer, Bombs Away will take brave riders to a towering height of more than six-stories. Once they reach the top, riders can choose one of two ride experiences, either an enclosed, looping slide or an open vertical drop slide. From there, they enjoy a breathtaking view of the Park before stepping into an enclosed, launch capsule where the countdown begins for what will happen next. Within seconds, the floor below drops out, sending riders free falling at 26 feet per second through a heart-pounding adventure before reaching the runout below! Bombs Away also promises to be as thrilling to watch as it is to experience, allowing spectators to view riders taking the plunge through its vibrant, translucent red, white and blue layout.

“The addition of Bombs Away further solidifies Raging Waters Los Angeles' long standing commitment to providing the largest and best variety of waterpark attractions in Southern California,” said Nick Hager, General Manager for Raging Waters Los Angeles. "We're confident this new, exhilarating high-thrill experience will be an instant favorite among our guests and a fantastic complement to our existing ride lineup."

In order to make way for Bombs Away, the Park is retiring Drop Out. Thrill seekers who haven’t ridden Drop Out or want to take the plunge one final time have until Sept. 21 to come to the Park and ride it before it closes and construction begins on Bombs Away.

Those who can't wait to ride Bombs Away next summer, can follow the progress of the ride with exclusive updates, interviews, statistics and renderings on the Park’s social channels @RagingWatersLA or at RagingWaters.com.

With so much to look forward to next summer, one day at Raging Waters Los Angeles isn’t enough! Guests looking to experience all that next summer has to offer, can do so with the purchase of a 2020 season pass. Passes are now on sale at RagingWaters.com for as low as $59.99 and include the rest of the 2019 season.

About Raging Waters Los Angeles & Palace Entertainment
Raging Waters Los Angeles, located where the 10, 210 and 57 freeways meet in San Dimas, is California’s largest waterpark. The 60-acre waterpark has been recognized by USA Today as a “Top 10 Water Park” and features more than 50 world-class rides, slides and attractions for the entire family to enjoy. Raging Waters Los Angeles is owned and operated by Palace Entertainment, one of the leading US leisure park operators. The company operates Kennywood in Pennsylvania, Splish Splash waterpark in New York, Raging Waters in California, and many other family favorite destinations across ten states and two countries. Palace Entertainment greets millions of visitors annually and invites them to enjoy family-oriented and affordable attractions, such as roller coasters, Ferris wheels, live shows, variable depth pools, water slides, animal shows, miniature golf courses and arcade games.

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