Pokemon 25th Anniversary news update

Pokemon 25th Anniversary news update

Last time we talked to you about Pokemon’s 25th Anniversary, the celebrations had just begun. From global Pokemon GO ticketed events to a virtual concert hosted by Post Malone, we had truly been spoilt! But now, the celebrations continue and are only going to get bigger and better!

Back in February, Pokemon kicked off the 25th anniversary celebrations with a virtual concert featuring the one and only Post Malone. The show was full of unexpected surprises and kicked off the celebrations in style.

Did you miss Pokemon’s virtual concert with Post Malone or just want to experience it all over again like we do?? You can rewatch Post Malone’s virtual concert here: 


Following the virtual concert, Pokemon have announced more P25 music news! 

Colombian reggaeton singer, J Balvin is the latest artist to have been revealed as one of the artists teaming up with Pokemon as part of the P25 Music program! 

And that’s not all… Pokemon have also announced that a compilation album will be released this Autumn! 

What do we know so far?

Katy Perry, J Balvin and one more surprise superstar artist yet to be announced will be releasing songs inspired by Pokemon.

Each song will be accompanied by a music video and an exclusive merchandise collection celebrating each artist and 25 years of Pokemon! The Pokemon inspired songs will be included on a digital album released by Universal Music Group’s Capitol Records. 

The compilation album will be made up of 14 songs by 11 different Universal Music Group artists, including Katy Perry, J Balvin, and Post Malone’s surprise original cover of Hootie and the Blowfish’s smash 90s hit “I Only Wanna Be With You” which he performed for the first time during the P25 Music virtual concert. 

The upcoming P25 music compilation album can now be pre-saved on Spotify. 

So get ready for some new music from the likes of J Balvin, Katy Perry and many more! 

In other P25 news….

Back in February, we were introduced to the different regions of the Pokemon world. The first region to open was the Galar region. 

Now, the Alola region has been opened with the Kalos region set to open in May. 

The Alola region was first visited by Trainers in Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon. The tropical Alola region was inspired by the state of Hawaii. In this region you will find the Island Challenge which offers Trainer a series of trials that lead to opportunities to battle powerful Totem Pokemon.

If this sounds like something you would love, then head over to the 25th Anniversary website to explore the Alola region. 

To celebrate Pokemon’s 25th anniversary in style, check out our range of Pokemon products. 

Shop our Pokemon products here.

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