SANDUSKY, Ohio — Editor's note: Video in the player at the top of this story features a front-seat ride on the Steel Vengeance roller coaster at Cedar Point.
Cedar Point’s annual Frontier Festival returns to the amusement park on Thursday, May 26.
Frontier Festival will take place daily from May 26 until June 19 between 2-8 p.m.
The festival will feature a celebration of hope, health and harvest. Inside the amusement park, kids and adults can enjoy games, crafts, street characters, family entertainment and delicious food and drinks.
Once again, the Frontier Festival is partnering with Prayers From Maria. The sunflower from Marias Field of Hope in Avon and at Cedar Point representing hope will be one of the main components of the festival.
Cedar Point is offering tasting cards to sample over 25 cherry-inspired foods such as cherry buffalo chicken tenders, fried cherry hand pies, cherry chipotle chili and cherry cola braised beef pizza.
Park visitors 21 and older can use their tasting cards to try over 60 craft beers, hard seltzers and ciders. The festival’s drinks come from national and local breweries such as Rhinegeist, Platform Brewing Co., McKenzie’s, Saucy Brew Works, etc.
This year, the Frontier Festival has a new addition for adults 21 years and older – Wild Frontier Nights.
Wild Frontier Nights will take place on June 3,4, 10 and 11 from 9 p.m. until midnight.
Tickets for Wild Frontier Nights must be purchased separately from park admission.
The tickets include exclusive access to rides, entertainment, activities, signature cocktails, bourbon trail tasting and more.
Tickets for Wild Frontier Nights can be purchased here.
Guests who want to visit Cedar Point multiple times this summer also can enjoy access to Cedar Point’s summer festivals with the new Summer Pass.
The Summer Pass costs $99 and provides unlimited Cedar Point admission and parking until Labor Day 2022. The discounted cost of the Summer Pass will go up on Tuesday, May 31.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The video above is from May 12, 2022, when Cedar Point was named the sixth-best amusement park in the U.S.