Pokémon Go Fest 2021 start time, ticket price and Go Fest 2021 activities explained

Pokémon Go Fest 2021 celebrates the fifth anniversary of Pokémon Go and has music as its theme.

If you purchase a ticket, you’ll be able to add a new Mythical Pokémon to your Pokédex and have a chance to catch Pikachu Rock Star or Pikachu Pop Star.

This page covers everything you need to know about Go Fest 2021, including start time, ticket prices, and an overview of the event itself.

Explanation of the activities of the Pokémon Go Fest 2021

Pokémon Go Fest 2021 is spread over two days, each offering you a variety of activities and bonuses, meaning you need to play Pokémn Go on both Saturday and Sunday to enjoy the full event.

It’s important to note that while everyone can enjoy Go Fest 2021, several bonuses are exclusive to ticketed players. For an overview of the differences between ticketed and free trainers, check out this chart on the official Go Fest 2021 website.

Go Fest 2021 is packed with a variety of activities, including:

Below you can find everything we currently know about what Go Fest 2021 has to offer:

Day one: Saturday, July 17

The first day of Go Fest 2021 will be divided into four different habitat hours: Jungle, Desert Mountain, Ocean Beach and Cave.

Throughout these hours you will be able to capture a variety of different Pokémon that live in these habitats. Deino and Roggenrola, for example, will appear more frequently during Cave hours.

Each hour will also have its own unique collection challenge for you to complete.

If you’ve purchased a ticket to Go Fest 2021, several regional Pokémon, along with Unown F and G, will also be attracted to Incense during these hours, which is perfect for filling out your Pokédex.

Chatot will only be attracted to Incense during Jungle hours, while Thorh will appear if you use Incense during Desert Mountain hours. Sawk will eventually appear during Ocean Beach time.

You can catch the regional Pokémon Chatot, Thorh, and Sawk if you purchase a ticket to Go Fest 2021.

Since Go Fest 2021 is themed around music, you’ll also be able to find musically inclined Pokémon more frequently in the wild. This includes Chimecho, Kricketot, Audino, and a Pikachu wearing a Meloetta hat.

Continuing with the trend of costumed Pokémon, costumed Galarian Ponyta and Galairan Zigzagoon will be available for battle in raids. You’ll also have the chance to fight Hitmontop, Cranidos, and best of all, Deino in raids.

Once you have captured all the new Pokémon in costumes, it will be time to start a shiny hunt as Go Fest 2021 will feature, counting their evolutions, 11 new shiny Pokémon. This includes the brilliant Whismur, Chimecho, Audino, Tympole, Unown F, Throh and Sawk.

Shiny versions of Chimecho, Audino, and Tympole will be released during Go Fest 2021.

The mythical Pokémon that will debut at Go Fest 2021 is Meloetta.

Returning to the topic of music, if you buy a ticket for Go Fest 2021 you will be able to complete the special research mission, which is to help Professor Willow organize a music festival. During this mission, you will be able to make a series of decisions that will determine whether you can catch a Pikachu Rock Star or a Pikachu Pop Star.

This special research quest will also allow you to add a new Mythical Pokémon to your Pokédex. Since Go Fest 2021 is all about music, this Pokémon is Meloetta, literally a living musical note.

Finally, the Global Challenge Arena will return. Here, ticketed players from around the world work together to complete hourly challenges that will unlock special bonuses that are active for the rest of the hour.

Day two: Sunday, July 18

The second day of Go Fest 2021 is all about raids: all of the legendary Pokémon that have been released in Pokémon Go so far appear in five-star raids, and for each successful raid you’ll earn an additional 10,000 XP.

The legendary Pokémon have been divided into four groups and, like the habitat hours on the first day, these hours will rotate throughout the day and each will be available twice. Remember: the second day runs from 10am to 6pm (local time), so plan your forays accordingly.

Below you can find the times, along with the legendary Pokémon that will appear within them, in the order in which they appear:

  • Wind Hour: Mewtwo, Ho-Oh, Latias, Latios, Regigigas, Altered Form Giratina, Cresselia, Virizion, and Therian Form Tornadus
  • Lava Time: Moltres, Entei, Regirock, Groudon, Heatran, Reshiram, Terrakion, Therian Forme Landorus and Yveltal
  • Frost Hour: Articuno, Suicune, Lugia, Regice, Kyogre, Palkia and Kyurem
  • Thunder Hour: Zapdos, Raikou, Registeel, Rayquaza, Dialga, Cobalion, Therian Forme Thundurus, Zekrom, and Xerneas

Don’t worry about running out of Raid Passes, though, because you’ll be able to collect an additional 10 by spinning Gym PokéStops.

However, if you prefer to raid remotely, there will be a free pack available in the in-game store, which will reward you with three Remote Raid Passes. It is important to note that this package will only be available on Sunday, July 18 during event hours.

Once you’ve used all of these Remote Raid Passes, you can earn another eight by completing the Timed Research Mission.

Finally, you will still be able to find all the Pokémon that appeared most frequently in the wild or were attracted by Incense since the first day of Go Fest 2021.

Both days

There will be a number of bonuses during the two days of Go Fest 2021, such as decoy modules that will last three hours and the hatching distance of any eggs placed in an incubator during the event will be halved.

You’ll have to complete a variety of unique field research tasks, and the 7km pool of eggs collected during Go Fest 2021 will spawn Pokémon such as Igglybuff, Chingling, and Audino.

I hope you enjoy Go Fest 2021!

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