Darien Lake will be re-branded Six Flags Darien Lake when the park opens for the 2019 season.

Darien Lake has operated with an without the Six Flags banner since it’s opening in 1964. Located just 45 minutes from Niagara Falls this park now boasts over 50 rides and attractions.

“Six Flags is a world-renowned leader in thrills and innovation and we are delighted to return the Six Flags name to our park,” said Six Flags Darien Lake President Chris Thorpe.

The Coaster Capital of New York is also debuting an exhilarating, new attraction, The Six Flags SkyScreamer (the tallest attraction in the state of New York). Towering high above the park at a staggering, 242 feet this thrilling swing ride will reign supreme as the region’s new, iconic symbol—beckoning guests of all ages from near and far. The park’s latest attraction,will take 32 thrill-seekers 24 stories into the air while spinning round and round at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour. Guests soar through the clouds with majestic views of the park and surrounding countryside far below. By night, Six Flags SkyScreamer’s bold, synchronized illumination patterns will light up the skies.

“Our new Six Flags SkyScreamer is a dramatic, unique addition to our lineup of thrilling rides and attractions and now all Members and Season Pass holders can enjoy free, unlimited visits to Six Flags Darien Lake, Six Flags New England, The Great Escape and all Six Flags theme parks across the country. It’s an incredible value that only Six Flags can offer.” Thorpe concluded.

Six Flags Darien Lake opens for the season on Saturday, May 4. Guests arriving at the park will be greeted by a revamped main gate area with a towering, new digital pylon and a new Six Flags Darien Lake entrance sign.