Dorney Park’s Live Entertainment – New in 2017 – Cirque Imagine

Dorney Park visitors will be mesmerized in 2017 as they witness breathtaking stunts and aerial performances of Cirque Imagine. Cirque Imagine is a thrilling 30-minute live show, perfect for people of all ages, featuring acts including Trampolines, Cyr wheels, Aerialists, Hand Balancing and Bikes. See you there in 2017.

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March of Dimes – March for babies
April 26, 2009
Sunday at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. Registration starts at 9 am. with a 5-mile walk beginning at 10 am. Event helps Moms have full-term pregnancies

Dorney Park opens May 2, 2009 with “Possessed”, a steel scream machine that sends riders, suspended in harnesses, up the spiral prong of a ”U” at 50 mph and then drops them down the other side.

This ride actually made it’s debut last year as “Voodoo”. The name was changed from “Voodoo” to “Possessed” because of some controversy with Six Flags amusement park company.

Six Flags “Voodoo” opened in 1998 at Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo in the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s not a coaster however. Dorney’s “Voodoo” was hailed as “the first suspended linear induction impulse coaster in the Northeast” when it opened May 17, 2008. The ride has no chain or motor, and is powered with ”induction force,” which relies strictly on magnets.

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The Lehigh Valley is the third most populous region of Pennsylvania, following metropolitan Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.

Companies based in the Lehigh Valley include Air Products & Chemicals (in Trexlertown), Crayola LLC (in Easton), Buckeye Partners (in Emmaus), Just Born (in Bethlehem), Olympus Corporation USA (in Center Valley), PPL Corporation (in Allentown), and Rodale Press (in Emmaus).

The Lehigh Valley is also one of the larger areas on the east coast for the location of warehouses and distribution centers. This is due to the Lehigh Valley’s central location. Most of these distribution centers are located along the U.S. Route 22 and Interstate 78 corridors.

The Lehigh Valley is a center of post-secondary education, with seven four-year colleges and universities. These include:

Cedar Crest College (in Allentown)
DeSales University (in Center Valley)
Lafayette College (in Easton)
Lehigh University (in Bethlehem)
Moravian College (in Bethlehem)
Muhlenberg College (in Allentown)
Penn State Lehigh Valley (in Fogelsville).
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The Allentown Art Museum, based in center city Allentown, is the Lehigh Valley’s largest museum. The museum’s collection includes more than 11,000 works of art. Lehigh University’s Zoellner Arts Center and Lafayette College’s smaller Williams Center for the Arts host a wide variety of plays, concerts and performances throughout the year.

The Lehigh Valley is home to Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom, a popular amusement and water park. Located in South Whitehall Township, Dorney Park is known nationally for its elaborate roller coasters and water rides

The Lehigh Valley is served by air transportation through Lehigh Valley International Airport located in the Lehigh Valley’s Hanover Township, three miles northeast of Allentown.

Several private bus lines, including Bieber Tourways, Susquehanna Trailways and Trans-Bridge Lines, provide bus service from various Valley locations to New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal, Philadelphia’s Greyhound Terminal, Atlantic City’s Bus Terminal, and other regional locations.

In early 2008, Coca-Cola Park, an 8,100-seat Minor League baseball stadium, opened in east-side Allentown. The stadium hosts the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, the Philadelphia Phillies’ AAA-level International League franchise.
The Lehigh Valley also is the home of pre-season training camp for the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles, which is held each summer on the practice fields of Lehigh University in Bethlehem.

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Dorney Park opens May 2, 2009 and Wild Water Kingdom opens May 23, 2009. Can summer fun be far away? Everyone seems eager to have some fun and enjoy the summer after a long cold winter. There is something for everyone at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. I remember the fun we had last year on some thrilling rides, and all of that fabulous food that we consumed. The live entertainment and fireworks were great too.

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