Posted Tuesday, May 12, 2009 6:35 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Freestyle Music Park, the former Hard Rock Park, showcased a stunt show with bikes, skateboards and roller blades and an ice skating show set to country rock music as the park's new owners continued to ready the park for its May 23 reopening. The roller coaster formerly named after The Eagles, located in the park's country section, is being renamed to the Iron Horse. Perhaps the largest change is the Myrtle's Beach area, which used be rock 'n' roll themed but will now be a "tongue-in-cheek celebration of all things Polynesian," the park says.
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