Pokemon fans, it is time to head south and visit Sentosa soon! Last year, there was a Pikachu Night Parade at Sentosa. This year, there will be Eevee Dance Parades!
From Dec 10 to 12 and Dec 17 to 19, you can catch 15 cute Eevee mascots marching, dancing and putting smiles on your face during their 30-minute performances. The Eevee Dance Parade will take at 7pm and 8.30pm at Palawan Green.
And if you are a Sentosa Islander member, you will get first dibs to the Eevee Dance Parade with an Islander Exclusive Night on Dec 9, 7pm.
There is a catch though. You have to spend at least S$15 at Sentosa outlets, whether you are drinking or eating, to get a pair of free tickets to the Eevee Dance Parade.
If you are too busy during this school holiday or lucky enough to be on those VTL flights enjoying yourself overseas, fret not. There will be mroe Eevee events next year.
Every Saturday and Sunday from Jan 29 to Feb 20, 2022, there will be eight evolved-Eevees wearing poncho doing the dance parades. Yes, that means you will be able to see the pretty Sylveon or the electric Jolteon in action on 8pm at Palawan Green during those weekends. Again, the same S$15 purchase at Sentosa outlets is required to get the free tickets.
Plus, from Jan 29 to Feb 20, 2022, there will be an Eevee Adventure Mission. You have to complete 11 missions by hunting down secret QR codes located around the island. Finishing all the missions gives you a chance to win Eevee plushies or Sentosa Fun Pass Tokens.
In the unfortunate event that you cannot get yourself down to Sentosa, you do not need to worry about missing out. From Jan 15 to Feb 15, you can still participate in the Eevee Adventure by looking out for special Eevee stickers that will be located around Singapore on MRT stations and bus interchanges.
All you have to do is to snap these stickers, tag @sentosa_island with #EeveeAdventure and post the photos on Facebook or Instagram. And you will stand the chance to win Pokemon plushies. You can visit here to learn more about the various Eevee events in Sentosa.