Service Men and Women Receive Free Admission, plus Free Fireworks
Join in on a weekend of fun as Valley residents beat the summer heat on Independence weekend with Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix (www.wetnwildphoenix.com), the state’s largest waterpark. On July 1, 2, 3 and 4, veterans, members of the active U.S. military and first responders (active duty police, fire and EMT) can enjoy a day of fun at Arizona’s largest water park for FREE. Up to six immediate family members may also receive half off admission -$21.50 plus tax – during this special weekend. Plus a free fireworks show is included with admission.
One free admission per ID per day
· All tickets must be used on day of distribution only
· Must have a valid government issued ID or badge
· Offer valid at the park only
WHEN: Monday, July 3
Fireworks Display: 8:45-9 p.m.
Best viewed from Red Rock Ravine Event Area
Saturday July 1, Sunday July 2, Monday July 3 and Tuesday, July 4
Free admission for Servicemen/women and first responders (police/fire/EMT) 50% off for up to six immediate family members
WHERE: Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix
4243 W. Pinnacle Peak Road, Glendale, AZ 85310
MORE INFO: Learn more at https://www.wetnwildphoenix.com/events/upcoming-events/ Park opens daily at 10 a.m.
About Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix:
Set on more than 35 acres in North Phoenix in the Adobe Dam Regional Park on Pinnacle Peak Road, near I-17, the Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix water park is the largest theme park in Arizona. The park features two of the top slides in the nation – Maximum Velocity – the world’s first, gravity-defying, dueling Master Blaster water coaster ranked #7 nationwide and Constrictor – with more twists and turns that any slide in Arizona – ranked top 10 natiowide, plus a variety of other rides, slides and attractions for all ages to enjoy. The $32 million waterpark, is operated as a concessionaire of the Maricopa County Parks and operates through October 16, 2016. For more information on park hours, slides, attractions and admission prices, visit www.wetnwildphoenix.com or call 623-201-2000.