“Harry Potter: Wizards Unite” Fan Festival Tickets Are Up For Registration

Niantic has announced that tickets have gone on sale for the first-ever Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Fan Festival happening in Indianapolis. The event will take place at White River State Park in Indianapolis, from August 31st to September 1st, and now you can get $30 tickets for it. Well, to be more specific, you can register for them as they will be doing a lottery-style system to prevent scalping and get people into the fest who actually want to go. We have more details below, but you can find out more here, and you can register for tickets through their website.

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Please note registering for the drawing does not guarantee you a ticket to the event and each ticket grants access to one day of the event. Additional information regarding how the ticket drawing registration system works can be found here. Those selected in the in-app drawing will be able to purchase tickets for $30 USD, this ticket will grant access to the event from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET on a single day. Those chosen in the drawing will also have the option to purchase early access tickets priced at $40 USD. Early Access tickets will allow players to enter the event two hours earlier at 9 a.m. ET and give them the chance to enjoy even more time exploring and playing Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.

All ticket holders will explore the sprawling White River State Park as they complete exclusive event-specific Special Assignments and be the first to discover brand new in-game encounters, including never-before-seen Oddities – Dragons. From the Welsh Green to the Antipodean Opaleye, these regional Oddities will be making their landfall debut in the game at Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Fan Festival in Indianapolis this Aug. 31 – Sept. 1. Fans will want to take advantage of this unique opportunity as after the event, the different dragon varieties will only appear in specific regions around the world.

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