Come out this Sunday for Slam Fest, the highly anticipated annual event presented by Northeast Wrestling at Six Flags Great Adventure. This marks the fourth year of this thrilling event brought to you by Northeast Wrestling. Don’t miss out! This event was initially planned for June 17th, but due to the debut of AEW Collision, all AEW wrestlers were withdrawn from Slam Fest. Northeast Wrestling made the decision to reschedule the event to this Sunday to ensure that their fans receive the best possible lineup. Slam Fest is an all-day event that gives fans the opportunity to meet some of the biggest stars in the world of Professional wrestling. Fans will have the opportunity to meet their favorite superstars, get autographs, and take pictures on Sunday at 2:30 pm.
Please note that this experience comes at an additional cost, and you can find the prices by visiting http://www.northeastwrestling.com. After the meet and greet, Northeast Wrestling will host an exciting wrestling event that commences at 5 pm. The card for the event will consist of eight matches. Fans can attend the wrestling event for free if they have paid admission to Six Flags. However, those who want to be closer to the action can purchase front-row seats for 25 dollars. This weekend at Six Flags in Jackson, New Jersey, fans can expect to see some big names. Let’s take a closer look at who will be there.
Appearing at Slam Fest
This Sunday at Six Flags, Slam Fest will feature big names in the wrestling industry. One of the managers who worked with legendary wrestlers such as Hulk Hogan, The Hart Foundation, and Million Dollar Man. Jimmy Hart will be in attendance. Fans may recall this individual from his time in WWE, where he was a tag team partner of The Miz. Now, he can be seen every week on AEW. John Morrison will be present at Slam Fest to sign autographs and take photos. Former Impact wrestling star and current AEW and ROH star Jay Lethal will be there live to meet all his fans at the fan fest. The next superstar is a certified G and a bonified stud and you can’t teach that. Former WWE superstar NZO will be at Six Flags to meet the fans. Plus from the Jersey Shore TV Show AEW Star Zack Clayton will be at slam fest.
The upcoming Slam Fest event will feature a popular tag team that has been making waves on the national scene. The Acclaimed, comprising Max Caste and Anthony Bowens. Will be attending the event and are looking forward to interacting with their fans. The Acclaimed are from New Jersey, so this will feel like a homecoming of sorts for the tag team. Despite what occurred during the AEW collision event, where it appeared that Billy Gunn was retiring. He will also be joining The Acclaimed at Slam Fest, where he will be meeting and greeting with fans. It is recommended that attendees arrive early as the meet and greets start at 2:30 pm on Sunday. Followed by an 8-match card at 5 pm. Fans can pre order meet and greats for all the stars listed above at the following link http://www.northeastwrestling.com. Or pay for their autographs and photo at the event.
Slam Fest Details
The Six Flags Slam Fest is set to kick off at 2:30 PM with an autograph signing session, providing attendees with the opportunity to meet their favorite wrestlers. For those who want to guarantee their spot in line, autographs and photo tickets can be pre-purchased via http://www.northeastwrestling.com. Following the autograph segment, Northeast Wrestling will be presenting a lineup of eight matches, scheduled to start promptly at 5 PM. This event is free for those who have already purchased park admission. Moreover, to enjoy discounted theme park tickets, enter the code Slamfest23 during checkout when purchasing your Six Flag tickets. Fans who wish to secure front-row seats can do so by purchasing them for only 25 dollars. Don’t miss out on this action-packed event!
Joe Wood was born and raised in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia. A dedicated father of 2, a boy and a girl. Who is a lifelong Philadelphia 4 for 4-er. Joe found a passion for Professional wrestling from a young age thanks to his father, who took him to live events. Currently, Joe is studying at Full Sail University to achieve his bachelor’s degree in sports marketing and media. Once completed, he hopes to be able to cover sports full-time.