Pokemon GO Fest 2021 is almost approaching! Here’s what Niantic has planned for gamers to commemorate the game’s fifth anniversary, from in-person activities to a music-themed event.
Pokemon GO Fest 2021: The popular exploring game’s fifth anniversary is approaching, and creator Niantic is planning in-person celebrations as part of Pokemon GO Fest 2021. The festival will be held in a few cities throughout the world. This year’s celebrations will also mark the 25th anniversary of the entire Pokemon series, with a music festival thrown in for good measure.
Apart from the in-person event on July 17, the Pokemon GO Fest 2021 celebrations will include a two-day event where gamers can catch Pokemon such as Gyarados, Vaporeon, Azumarill, Unown F, Unown G, Sawk, Flareon, Tyranitar, Flygon, Throh, Ludicolo, Chatot, Leafeon, Serperior, and Serperior G.
The activities of Pokemon GO Fest 2021 and how to attend
The Pokemon GO Fest 2021 celebrations will take place on July 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in each location (or local time), and there will be a limited number of seats available, so players should visit Niantic Labs’ Pokemon GO Fest website to register. Those who, due to logistical constraints, are unable to sign up or attend the event. Meanwhile, as long as a player obtains a $4.99 ticket from the in-game shop, the Pokemon GO Fest 2021 will be playable wherever they are.
The Pokemon GO Fest music festival will take place in 2021.
Pokemon GO Fest 2021 will include a musical event this year, which will include special costumes for certain Pokemon as well as music that will play during encounters with them. Pikachu, Galarian Ponyta, Galarian Zigzagoon, Gardevoir, and Flygon will all appear in rock star and pop star avatars, as well as Galarian Ponyta, Galarian Zigzagoon, Gardevoir, and Flygon.
Cities where the Pokemon GO Fest will be held in person in 2021
As previously stated, due to restrictions on large-scale events imposed by the new coronavirus epidemic, the Pokemon GO Fest 2021 event will have limited seating. Auckland, San Francisco, Denver, Atlanta, Chicago, Indianapolis, New York City, Nashville, Austin, Seattle, Washington DC, Linz, Dresden, Essen, Hamburg, Sevilla, Paris, Warsaw, Bristol, Edinburgh, Liverpool, and London are among the cities hosting the live event.