Pokémon Street Performer Festival

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Two Aipom performing a stilt walking routine
A performer and his Cubone during their bone juggling act

The Pokémon Street Performer Festival is a one-day only event held in a small Johto town every year. It was featured in Doin' What Comes Natu-rally.

Street performers and their talented Pokémon perform for the crowd, with acts such as magic tricks, musical performances and strength defying feats on offer. Food and merchandise stalls are also set up for the festival.

McKenzie's father hoped that his son McKenzie would follow in his footsteps and perform his Natu fortune-telling act. With help from Ash and his friends, McKenzie eventually took to the stage, wearing a mask to overcome his stage fright when Team Rocket gate crashed the festival and stole all of the performers' Pokémon. Ash and McKenzie later defeated the trio and returned the Pokémon to their rightful Trainers.

In other languages

Language Title
Italy Flag.png Italian Festival degli artisti di strada Pokémon
Poland Flag.png Polish Festiwal Ulicznych Teatrów Pokémonów


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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