On September 16, official Pokémon GO Safari Zone activities will be taking place at Unibail-Rodamco Shopping Centers located in CentrO in Oberhausen (Germany), Les Quatre Temps in Paris (France) and La Maquinista in Barcelona (Spain).
At each Pokémon GO Safari Zone event, ticket holder Trainers will be able to…
Receive special 2 km Eggs from the various PokéStops found at each of these shopping centers
Take advantage of Lures that will be activated all day at each PokéStop at the event
Enjoy higher spawn rates of rare Pokemon such as Kangaskhan, Chansey, Larvitar, Shiny Pikachu, Shiny Magikarp, and various forms of Unown
Get a special in-game medal and an in-real-life “Trainer Kit”
Meet and catch up with your fellow trainers in team lounges
However, in order to optimize the experience for all Trainers attending, Gym and Raid Battles will not be available at these shopping centers during the events.
Trainers will soon be able to reserve free, nontransferable tickets to each of the Pokémon GO Safari Zone events taking place on September 16. To receive a QR Code, which is required to participate in the event, the person who claims the ticket must be over the age of 13 and be present with a valid photo ID. Trainers who aren’t able to get tickets will be able to discover and catch some of the Pokémon found at the Pokémon GO Safari Zones events throughout the city where the shopping centers are located.
In addition, new dates for the event taking place in Denmark, Czech Republic, Sweden, and The Netherlands have also been announced:
October 7, 2017
Centrum Černý Most—Prague, The Czech Republic
October 14, 2017
Mall of Scandinavia—Stockholm, Sweden
Stadshart Amstelveen—Amstelveen, The Netherlands
For information on how you can reserve tickets, and any further updates you can had to your local shopping center’s official Facebook page.
In related news, the first EX Raid Pass invitations has been sent out to participate at raids in Seattle and San Francisco – Taking place on September 7th from 6pm-8pm.
Seems like Niantic has learned a thing or two from Go Fest – will you be attending the Safari Zone events in Europe?