First, between June 30 and July 1, 2018, Dortmund, Germany's Westfalenpark will offer a Safari Zone event Then, on July 14-15, 2018, Chicago, IL will once again host the fan festival in Lincoln Park. While details are still pretty thin for the event, if last years event is anything to go by, ticket prices should be around the $20 mark; the tickets are set to go on sale 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET on May 11.
"After getting off to a bumpy start in Chicago previous year, we hosted a number of record-setting events in Japan, Korea, and cities across Europe with attendance that ranged from tens of thousands to more than two million", said Niantic head John Hanke "We are excited to to be returning to Chicago for our USA event". At the moment, however, details are pretty sparse, with Niantic having only announced three events in three separate cities for the moment. This year's Pokemon Go Fest will take place over two days and seems to be more spread out to minimize the cell network overloads that plagued last year's event. The event will feature "a unique, immersive play experience unseen anywhere else" and exclusive activities for players.
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In addition, the next few Community Day dates have been revealed. Details are now only available for the Dortmund festival, dubbed "Pokemon GO Safari Zone".
Activities will expand to Dortmund's entire city district, inviting players from all over Europe to explore the city's cultural history through Pokémon Go. Of course, considering the issues that occurred during the inaugural event, there's a high possibility that attendance will be lower this time around, as many will surely be skeptical of Pokemon GO Fest 2018 succeeding. Unlike the Chicago event, Dortmund's will be free.