Coasterstock 2019 at Kings Island will be here faster than you can say The Beast. Or Diamondback. Or Mystic Timbers.
Tickets for one of the most anticipated roller coaster enthusiast events of the year will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. exclusively online at visitkingsisland.com.
The two-day event will take place May 17-18 and feature morning and night exclusive ride time (ERT) on popular attractions, behind-the-scenes photo and video opportunities, unlimited digital photos, catered meals, guest speakers, contests, and so much more!
To participate in Coasterstock, you must be an active member of one of the eight approved enthusiast clubs and organizations. Those clubs and organizations are:
- The American Coaster Enthusiasts
- Club Theme Park Review
- Coaster Buzz Club
- Coaster Crew Platinum
- European Coaster Club
- Florida Coaster Club
- Great Ohio Coaster Club
- Roller Coaster Club of Great Britain
Upon purchasing your Coasterstock ticket you will be required to register for the event. Your ticket order confirmation number and club/organization membership number will be required with your registration submission.
Hundreds of roller coaster enthusiasts from all 50 U.S. states, Canada, Germany, Great Britain and Switzerland have descended upon Kings Island for Coasterstock since the event premiered in 2015.
Ticket sales will end May 5 or when capacity for the event has been reached.
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