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Will Pantheon & Aquazoid Amped Open in 2020?

New Evidence and Rumors Suggest the Two Major 2020 SEAS Projects in Virginia May See Substantial Delays

As eyes slowly turn towards reopening a post-COVID-19 world, we’ve been inundated with one question over and over again: “Will Pantheon and/or Aquazoid Amped open in 2020?” Obviously, until Busch Gardens Williamsburg makes an announcement one way or the other, we’re unlikely to know for sure. What we do know, however, is that there is […]

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Leaked Electrical Plan Depicts Busch Gardens Williamsburg's 2021 Roller Coaster in Detail

A Newly-Obtained Electrical Schematic Puts Project 2021's Track & Structure on Full Display

If there’s a god, he’s up there laughing this afternoon. Why? Because BGWFans just had one of those classic sitcom moments. Yesterday, we published our painstakingly detailed analysis of the footer plan for what we believe is Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s 2021 roller coaster—seemingly a huge, multi-launched, giga shuttle coaster slated for construction behind Verbolten in […]

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Multi-Launched Shuttle Giga Coaster Planned for 2021 Debut at Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Official County Records Finally Reveal the Full Layout for Busch Gardens Williamsburg's Next Major Coaster

January 21st Update: Many of the questions left unanswered by this article were solved one day after its publication thanks to a leaked schematic that clearly depicts the track and supports for Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s 2021 roller coaster! We are proud of the article below and encourage you to give it a read if you […]

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Germany Expansion Site Plans

Newly-Filed Documents Reveal More Details About Busch Gardens Williamsburg's 2021 Roller Coaster

After the resource protection area impacts map was filed earlier this month, we weren’t expecting to see any additional BGW Project 2021 information hit the James City County Planning Department till after the new year. Much to our surprise, that expectation seems to have been misguided. Today Busch Gardens Williamsburg filed an incredible new packet […]

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Partial Project 2021 Site Plan

Newly-Filed RPA Impacts Map Depicts a Section of Busch Gardens Williamsburg's Unannounced 2021 Roller Coaster

I spent the morning promising “2020 news” on Twitter and ParkFans. Well, I must admit that was slightly (intentionally) misleading. While there was Pantheon news today (track is on site!), the “2020 news” I’m writing about today is probably more accurately described as “news from 2020“—specifically news that we expect will be announced in 2020 […]

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Newly-Leaked Document Depicts Project 2021's Station

Leaked Floor Plan Supposedly Depicts Plans for a New Roller Coaster Station in Festhaus Park

This is not a normal BGWFans leak. Typically, our coverage of unannounced attractions proceeds fairly formulaically—we identify internal park activities and patterns that suggest an upcoming attraction is on the way, we track public filings, and then, if the stars align, we leak as many actual, legitimate, confirmable documents as we possibly can from sources […]

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Project 2021 Height Waiver Vote Happens Tomorrow

James City County's Board of Supervisors is Slated to Consider BGW's 355ft Height Waiver (Again)

June 11th, 2019 Update: At tonight’s Board of Supervisors’ meeting, James City County approved the 355 foot height waiver Busch Gardens Williamsburg requested! Now that Project 2021 can move forward, we have launched a new page dedicated to tracking the progress on BGW Project 2021. If you’d like to catch up on information you may […]

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Born From the Ashes

A few weeks ago, Busch Gardens Williamsburg opened Finnegan’s Flyer, the park’s new S&S Screamin’ Swing, to near-universal acclaim. This weekend, Water Country USA will be allowing membership holders the opportunity to preview their brand new, incredible-looking water coaster, Cutback. In 2020, as we recently exposed through a collection of leaked internal documents, Busch Gardens […]

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BGW Project 2021

Busch Gardens Williamsburg has filed for a new height waiver requesting permission to construct a structure of up to 355 feet above finished grade. This planned structure is to be located in the Oktoberfest area and is currently labeled as “Busch Gardens Project 2021” in James City County’s permitting system. This new height waiver appears […]

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