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Show Guide


Bay Beach Amusement Park By Trapper Schoepp


Milwaukee-based singer-songwriter Trapper Schoepp recently released Bay Beach Amusement Park, a six-song concept album centered on the 125- year-old attraction located in Green Bay, WI. Perhaps the park’s most historic and notable attraction is The Zippin Pippin, a wooden rollercoaster known famously as Elvis Presley’s favorite ride. The King rented Libertyland on August 8, 1977 from 1:15 a.m. until 7 a.m. to entertain a group of guests. 40 years on, Schoepp celebrates the Pippin and the other classic rides with


these six songs that take the listener on six different adventures, each song named for its respective ride (“Zippin Pippin,” “Bumper Cars,” “The Scat”). This musical joyride is suitable entertainment for both adults and children. While the scope of the six songs is specific, Trapper notes that the entertainment value amusement parks offer is universal. “In a world of derivatives, Bay Beach is an original,” Trapper says. “It’s a happy place for me to return to in song and in real life.”


ShowGuide Exhibitions and networking for attractions professionals


• September 26 to 28 Euro Attractions Show Messe Berlin, Germany +32 2 609 54 45 emea@iaapa.org iaapa.org/expos


• October 11-13, RAAPA Expo Autumn Moscow, VDNH +7(495)234-50-15 raapa@raapa.ru www.raapa.ru


• October 16-19 World Waterpark Assoc Show Palm Beach County Convention Centre +1 (913) 381-6734 patty@waterparks.org https://www.wwashow.org


• November 13 to 17 IAAPA Attractions Expo Orange County Convention Center +1 703 836 4800 convention@iaapa.org iaapa.org/expos


Junior Dark Ride by World of Rides


The World of Rides team have been working closely with their colleagues in Europe for over a year, to develop the World’s very first ‘Future Bike’ battery ride with revolving LED wheel lights and under-body lights, as well as bodywork designs that becomes reflective under ultra-violet lighting. The Ultra Violet reflective bodywork design innovation allows operators to operate the rides indoors as a junior ‘Dark Ride’, or alternatively they are becoming increasingly popular when run ‘Inside-Out’ by passing the track out through roller shutter doors in the buildings walls, to a continuation of the track outdoors! With a turning circle of only 300cm, they have been made in response to all those holiday resort and FEC owners who previously never had enough room available to build a full size 6m x 12m (approx. 20ft x 40ft) battery operated go-kart track, or for all those who already have one, but desperately wanted something new and exciting to offer their young visitors.


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• December 7-9 Atrax


Istanbul Expo Center, Istanbul, Turkey +90 212 570 63 05 tureks@tureksfuar.com.tr www.atraxexpo.com


• February 28-March 2 2018 IAAPI Amusement Expo Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai +91 22 6523 1643 info@iaapi.org www.iaapi.org


• March 1-3


Russian Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Moscow, VDNH + 7 (495) 2345204 raapa@raapa.ru www.raapa.ru


• April 9 – 11 Dubai Entertainment Amusement & Leisure Show Dubai World Trade Center, Dubai, UAE +971 4343 5777 frida@iecdubai.com www.dealmiddleeastshow.com


More events at parkworld-online.com AUGUST 2017


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