THE Niantic published dates and data Pokemon GO Festival 2022, the biggest event you’ll see in the game this year. Taking advantage of the onset of summer in the United States, the festival will be held on June 4th and 5th and will also offer an additional day on August 27th.
The event is open to all players, but to anyone you invest in Pokemon GO there is an opportunity to purchase an Event Ticket to win more activities and prizes. Only ticket buyers will be able to attend the festival’s extra day in August.
On June 4, all players will have access to four habitats that will change over time:
- City: You will find Alolan Grimer, Baltoy, Bronzor (rare), Gothita, Golett (rro), Htimonchan, Litten, Magnemite, Pidove, Trash Cloak Burmy and Trubbish
- Plains: Buizel, Drilbur, Dunsparce (rare), Girafarig, Larvitar, Litleo, Numel, Patrat, Rufflet (rare), Shelmet and Trapinch
- Rainforest: Binacle (rare), Chimchar, Karrablast, Mudkip, Rowlet, Seedot, Shroomish, Skrelp (rare), Slakoth, Turtwig and Venipede
- Tundra: Bergmite (rare), Cubchoo, Meditite, Omanyte, Piplup, Popplio, Spheal, Swinub, Vanillite (rare), Wailmer and Wingull
Meanwhile, other events will open on June 5, such as the global challenge arena and the new Pokémon making its debut Pokemon GO for a five-star track. All the previous day’s Pokémon are still available.
During the two days, the event will be available to all players:
- Pikachu, dressed in Shaymin’s outfit, appears to be captive and one star in robbery
- Axew appears in one-star stripes
- Taking 5 photos during the event offers a “surprise”
- You can get up to 9 track passes by spinning photo discs at the gym
The event ticket costs $ 15 and offers even more Pokémon for capture and activity each day, as well as access to an extra day on August 27th.