Oak Island Creative teams up with award-winning Broadway veterans, creates original soundtrack for Six Flags
Three Cleveland natives were the creative team behind the new score
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (October 2015) –Three Cleveland natives with notable creative and musical accolades produced an original soundtrack for the seasonal extravaganza at a national Six Flags park, in conjunction with Oak Island Creative. The new score will be heard by thousands of visitors throughout the upcoming holiday season, and lead producers of the composition include Cleveland, Oh., natives Kevin Kreczko, Creative Director for Oak Island Creative; Broadway actor Matt Murphy, who has also written songs for big budget films; and Joe Parker, a musician for numerous Broadway productions.
“It was amazing to sit down with this incredibly talented team of musicians to produce an original score that was created to bring a full-sensory experience to the guests of Six Flags,” said Kreczko. “Oak Island Creative specializes in large-scale event productions and creative branding, so our talents and experience complemented each other perfectly for this endeavor.”
The new musical score, called “Holiday Magic: A Celebration of the Season,” will be played throughout the fall and winter at Six Flags in tandem with a spectacular tree and light show at the park.
Oak Island Creative (OIC) is the design engine that plans and transforms large theme parks, cultural institutions, and other locations into spooky and scary haunts in the fall, and then reimagines and converts each landscape into a wonderland of twinkling lights and evocative experiences in winter. Annually, OIC transforms entertainment parks into holiday event destinations for millions of visitors across the United States.
This year marked a significant milestone for the company, which has almost 20 years of entertainment industry support expertise. In addition to producing major holiday events in Williamsburg, San Antonio, San Diego, Orlando, St. Louis, and Atlanta, Oak Island Creative officially produced the largest Christmas event on record in the United States.