Feather Carnival

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Carousels in Feather Carnival

The Feather Carnival (Japanese: フェザーカーニバル Feather Carnival) is an anime-exclusive event celebrating Flying-type Pokémon that is held annually in Fortree City, Hoenn. It was featured in Who's Flying Now?.

Typical carnival-style food and games are held there. Pikachu, Swellow, and Skitty enjoyed a "Night Flight" attraction, where several Golbat carry along a basket through a course full of Ghost-type Pokémon.

Notably, vendors sell small Pokémon at the carnival, such as Chimecho and Hoppip. The Magikarp salesman was one of these vendors, and he tried to make a fool out of James once again.

The local Gym Leader, Winona, also attends the carnival, giving joyrides to the children using her bird Pokémon. After the nighttime fireworks are held, Winona and her Skarmory would also lead the carnival's grand finale, a flying formation display.

In other languages

Language Title
Finland Flag.png Finnish Höyhenkarnevaalit
France Flag.png French Fête de la Plume
Germany Flag.png German Federkarneval
Italy Flag.png Italian Carnevale delle Piume
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Parque das Penas
Spanish CELAC Flag.png Latin America Festival de las plumas
Spain Flag.png Spain Carnaval de la pluma


Anime-exclusive festivals and holidays
Multiregional ChristmasJohto FestivalKid's Day
Kanto Aura Guardian FestivalPrincess FestivalSummer Festival
Orange Archipelago Legend Festival
Johto Mareep FestivalParade of the ChinchouPokémon Exhibition
Pokémon Street Performer FestivalPokémon Swap Meet
Sunflora FestivalWobbuffet Festival
Hoenn Feather CarnivalMay FestivalMillennium Festival
Sinnoh Pastoria Croagunk FestivalTwinleaf Festival
Unova Eindoak Harvest FestivalKanto FairWishing Bell Festival
Decolore Grand Harvest Festival
Kalos Camphrier Harvest FestivalCoumarine City Festival
Gadget FestivalZapdos Festival
Alola Manalo FestivalWela Fire Festival
Unknown Wind Festival

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