Pokémon Go Fest 2021 with party cities - three of them in Germany

Niantic officials have announced live activities in 20 cities worldwide for Pokémon Go Fest 2021. These events merely accompany the virtual happening, no groundbreaking benefits or exclusive features await players when they travel to the events. Furthermore, these official fan meetings will only be available on Saturday, July 17, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., but not on the Sunday of Pokémon Go Fest.

Three German cities with Pokémon Go Fest

The list of participating cities also includes three in Germany and one Austria. That especially in the Asian Pacific region still tense conditions prevail because of the pandemic, also reveals a look at the bottom of the list. Apart from cities in Europe and the United States, only the New Zealand city of Auckland has joined the list.

Live events will take place in the following cities:


  • Linz (Austria)
  • Dresden (Germany)
  • Essen (Germany)
  • Hamburg (Germany)
  • Seville (Spain)
  • Paris (France)
  • Warsaw (Poland)
  • Bristol (Great Britain)
  • Edinburgh (Great Britain)
  • Liverpool (Great Britain)
  • London (Great Britain)

United States (USA)

  • San Francisco (California)
  • Denver (Colorado)
  • Atlanta (Georgia)
  • Chicago (Illinois)
  • Indianapolis (Indiana)
  • New York City (New York)
  • Nashville (Tennessee)
  • Austin (Texas)
  • Seattle (Washington)
  • Washington, D.C.

Asia Pacific

  • Auckland (New Zealand)

If you want to attend one of the live events, you MUST either sign up through the Niantic event registry or register through the app. "Registration is free, but spots are limited and will be given to trainers who are fastest. If you can no longer register, please still help prevent overly large crowds and ensure safety by not traveling to the venue for this live event," Pokémon Go creators note. Purchasing an in-game Pokémon Go Fest 2021 event ticket does not qualify you to attend a live event.

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Be careful in pandemic time

Niantic officials also give the following advice: "Please be aware of your surroundings and follow local health department guidelines when playing Pokémon GO. Upcoming events are subject to change based on local policies and restrictions. For all events in European cities, we are working closely with city councils and local authorities to ensure player safety and make events COVID-19 compliant. "

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