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Pokemon GO Fest 2023: Global Sets Sights on Brazil

Celebrate Pokemon GO in style in Brazil.

As part of Pokemon GO Fest 2023: Global, an exciting meetup event will be held in Brazil where the Pokemon GO community will come together to celebrate what makes the game special. The event will take place on August 26 and 27, 2023, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. local time, at Cidade São Paulo Shopping Mall in São Paulo, Brazil.

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During the event, attendees will experience a range of activities that both experienced and new players can participate in. These will include both in-game events and in-person activities. Trainers will even be able to interact with physical PokeStops!

Notable Pokemon GO players will be invited to the event, and attendees will have the opportunity to converse with them, take photos together, and receive their signature. Each of these popular Pokemon GO players will also host activities that change daily.

You can find the event location at the following address:

Cidade São Paulo Shopping Mall
Paulista Av., 1230 – Bela Vista, São Paulo/SP – Brazil

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If you are unable to make the main event, there will be many opportunities to participate in local opportunities all over Brazil.

The celebrations will be held at the following time and locations.

Date & Time
August 26 and 27, 2023, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. local time

Locations – Parks in Brazil

  • Alfenas/MG – Praça Getúlio Vargas
  • Amargosa/BA – Praça do Bosque
  • Belém/PA – Estação das Docas
  • Belo Horizonte/MG – Praça da Liberdade
  • Boa Vista/RR – Praça da Pirâmide
  • Brasília/DF – Parque Ana Lídia
  • Curitiba/PR – Passeio Público
  • Fortaleza/CE – Parque do Cocó
  • Goiânia/GO – Parque Flamboyant
  • João Pessoa/PB – UFPB – Praça do CCHLA
  • Londrina/PR – Praça Marechal Floriano Peixoto
  • Manaus/AM – CSU do Parque 10
  • Mogi das Cruzes/SP – Parque Centenário
  • Natal/RN – UFRN – Setor de Aulas II
  • Piracicaba/SP – Engenho Central de Piracicaba
  • Porto Alegre/RS – Parque Moinhos de Vento (Parcão)
  • Recife/PE – Praça do Marco Zero
  • Rio de Janeiro/RJ – Quinta da Boa Vista
  • Salto/SP – Praça Antônio Vieira Tavares
  • Salvador/BA – Shopping Salvador
  • Santo André/SP – Parque Central
  • São José do Rio Preto/SP – Parque da Represa Municipal
  • São José/SC – Beira Mar de São José
  • São Luís/MA – Palácio dos Leões
  • São Paulo/SP – Parque Ibirapuera – Oca (Portões 1 e 2)
  • Sete Lagoas/MG – Praça da Feirinha
  • Sobral/CE – Praça São João
  • Teófilo Otoni/MG – Praça Tiradentes
  • Vila Velha/ES – Parque da Prainha

It is great to see Pokemon GO continuing to expand locations where events are held. With a mix of in-person and global events so far, 2023 has been a good year for Pokemon GO players.


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