What do Pokemon Go events in New York City and Los Angeles have in common?
Well, they’re all going to have a little something for everyone.
The city has hosted Pokemon Go meet-ups and events, and the first three Pokemon Go gyms have opened up in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
Now, a fifth Pokemon Go event will take place in the heart of New Orleans.
According to a news release from Pokemon Go organizers, the fifth Pokemon GO event is set to take place on Thursday, October 31st at the New Orleans Aquarium.
The event is being hosted by Pokemon Go co-founder Patrick Klepek, who is also the founder of the New York-based startup Niantic Labs.
According the event description, attendees will be able to capture Pokemon from around the world in the Aquarium’s Pokemon Center and the Pokemon Center Tower.
The Aquarium is the home of the world’s largest collection of Pokemon.
The Pokemon Center is a large building with multiple exhibits including the “Pikachu Museum,” a Pokemon themed “Adventure Zone,” and “The New Orleans Pokemon Showcase.”
The New Orleans event is also going to include the “Pokemon Art Showcase,” which is the largest in the world, according to the Aquarius.
The Aquarium has hosted meet-up events for Pokemon Go participants since August and will continue to host Pokemon Go gatherings in the future.
Pokemon Go is currently available for iOS, Android, and Blackberry devices.
The company is also planning to release an Android version of Pokemon Go later this year.