The Adventuredome indoor theme park at Circus Circus Resort in Las Vegas will debut its new “SpongeBob SquarePants”-themed dark ride on March 1. 

The interactive attraction, dubbed SpongeBob’s Crazy Carnival Ride, was designed by Sally Dark Rides, the same firm behind the Justice League: Battle for Metropolis rides at Six Flags parks and Reese’s Cupfusion at Hersheypark. 

Here’s how the Circus Circus press release describes the ride’s story:

Riders will experience a one-of-a kind adventure through the world of SpongeBob SquarePants in a highly immersive way. The ride starts when Mr. Krabs invites guests to try their luck at his collection of zany ride-through carnival midway games, and his arch-rival Plankton hatches an evil plan to steal the ‘Krabby Patty’ secret formula once and for all. With five people seated per vehicle, guests can experience the sensory-engaging journey through SpongeBob’s world.

Sally Dark Rides had previously said the ride would feature 15 scenes and six animatronics, including a Mr. Krabs figure that was shown off at the IAAPA Expo in Orlando last November. 

Concept art inside the new SpongeBob ride (Sally Dark Rides)

In a statement, Circus Circus senior vice president of operations Shana Gerety said, “Guests from all over the world will love how the over-the-top optimism and humor that SpongeBob SquarePants embodies is integrated in this exciting new attraction.”

Besides SpongeBob’s Crazy Carnival Ride, the five-acre indoor Adventuredome also offers attractions themed around “Angry Birds” and “Scooby Doo,” as well as two roller coasters: the four-inversion Canyon Blaster, an Arrow Dynamics coaster dating to the park’s 1992 opening, and El Loco, an S&S – Sansei Technologies creation with a 90-degree first drop.