Pokémon GO Community Day meetups return April 23, 2022


We had an awesome time with you at the in-person Pokémon GO Community Day meetups in March, and we’re excited to announce that these meetups will be coming to even more cities around the world on Saturday, April 23, 2022. Enjoy playing and trading with other Trainers during Stufful Community Day. You don’t need to register to join the fun!


Can’t make it to one of our in-person events? Don’t worry—you’ll still be able to participate in Stufful Community Day wherever you are.


Our in-person Community Day meetups will happen on Saturday, April 23, 2022, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time. The following UK cities will feature in-person Community Day meetups.

  • London, UK: Southbank - Riverside slice

  • Bristol, UK: Cabot Site B

  • Cardiff, UK: Churchill Way

  • Edinburgh, UK: Castle Street - Shopping Area

  • Liverpool, UK: Paradise Place

  • London, UK: Westfield London

  • London, UK: Westfield Stratford City

In addition, Trainers at the following locations can look forward to receiving more items every time they spin a PokéStop.

  • Birmingham, GB: Cathedral Square and St. Philip’s Cathedral

  • Bristol, GB: Castle Park

  • Cardiff, GB: Bute Park

  • London, GB: Trafalgar Square

  • Manchester, GB: Piccadilly Gardens

  • Newcastle, GB: Grainger Market

  • Norwich, GB: Norwich Castle

And, to celebrate Earth Day, Niantic will work with our non-profit partner to plant a tree for every Trainer who adventures 5 km on Stufful Community Day (up to US$100,000). Earth Day is a time to appreciate the places in which we live, and to find ways to help care for the planet. Planting trees, and maintaining them, is a great way to reduce carbon footprints and make a lasting positive impact on our environment. Niantic is specifically focused on encouraging players to take action alongside us to support a more sustainable future.

As you plan your weekend, please adhere to local policies, guidelines, and restrictions regarding travel. Please be aware of your surroundings and follow guidelines from local health authorities when playing Pokémon GO. Upcoming events are subject to change. We’ve worked closely with city governments and councils to ensure Trainers’ safety and that each event is COVID-19 compliant.


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