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Catch a parade and go on a digital scavenger hunt at events featuring one of the cutest Pokemons ever to appear in the wild.

Sentosa will celebrate the fox-like (dog? squirrel?!) Eevee for three months starting Dec. 10 with two weekends of Eevee Dance Parades and treasure hunt contests around the island late next month, winners of which may win plushies. 

The 30-minute parade will feature 15 Eevees attempting to march and dance in costume at the island’s Palawan Green twice per day, at 7pm and 8:30pm. Sentosa members will get first access to catch a preview on Dec. 9.

The dancing does not stop there because encore performances will resume Jan. 29, with the first generation Pokemon wearing a poncho to represent one of its eight evolutions. 

Visitors who go now and spend at least S$15 on the island can claim a ticket starting at 10am on Thursday. Only vaccinated guests are allowed and children under 12 must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult.

Visitors can also scour the island for QR codes Jan. 29 to Feb. 20 that link to a virtual gaming platform to win prizes including Eevee plushies.

Guests can also snap selfies with a 6-meter inflatable Eevee or buy exclusive merchandise at a Pokemon Center pop-up.

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