Pokemon GO Fest Sendai, Madrid, NYC, and Global Dates Shared
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Pokemon GO Fest Sendai, Madrid, NYC, and Global 2024 Dates Shared

Niantic and The Pokemon Company International announced Pokemon GO Fest will come to Sendai, Japan, Madrid, Spain, and NYC, New York and dates for each location ahead of the July 2024 global event. Things kick off May 30, 2024 in Japan, and things end on July 14, 2024 worldwide.

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The Sendai event will happen first between May 30, 2024 and June 2, 2024. Morning and afternoon experiences are available, with each involving visits to Nanakita Park. The early bird price on tickets is ¥3,100, but those will be ¥3,600 after the promotion ends. 

Madrid’s event runs June 14-16, 2024. Again, it’s divided into morning and afternoon parts set at Parque Juan Carlos I and in Madrid proper. The early bird price is €27, and it’s €32 once that offer expires. 

The New York City event runs July 5-7, 2024. In addition to the city, Randall’s Island Park will be one of the settings for it. That’s $25 if someone buys during the early bird period, and $30 outside of it. Again, morning and afternoon experiences are offered.

Finally, the Pokemon GO Fest Global experience will take place July 13-14, 2024. You don’t need a ticket to take part, but those who do buy a ticket will get to take part in the Marshadow GO Fest 2024 Special Research, an avatar item, and a badge.

Pokemon GO is available on Android and Apple iOS devices. Pokemon GO Fest 2024 will begin in Sendai on May 30, 2024.

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