Pokemon Christmas concert time and how to watch the BDSP orchestra

Nintendo and Pokemon Company are organizing a Pokemon Shiny Diamond and Shiny Pearl concert on december 24th, here’s when it’s happening and where you can see it.

Shiny Diamond and Shiny Pearl Pokémon (BDSP) could be one of pokemon games with the strangest launches ever. The remakes had a plethora of bugs found by players. And yet, it’s still a big hit and the game continues to sell like hot cakes.

To maintain this momentum, a special Christmas orchestra concert is organized in Japan. (Thanks to Stealth40K for reporting it). And we can watch it all over the world. This makes perfect sense, as many will get Pokémon BDSP as a gift this Christmas.

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Pokémon BDSP Christmas orchestra concert time and how to watch

The concert will be on December 24 at 4 a.m. EST / 1 a.m. PST. Click here for a table with other time zones and a countdown timer. You can watch the concert on YouTube, see the link embedded below.

It is not known how long the concert will last. But we’ll probably be booked for at least 1.5 hours. Pokemon’s YouTube channel also hasn’t posted a tracklist. It is even possible that all Pokemon Shiny Diamond and Shiny Pearl OST will be played.

Currently, Nintendo, The Pokemon Company, and Game Freak are planning the release of Pokémon Legends: Arceus. It’s an open world game that takes place in the past, in the Sinnoh region. This is quite a different formula from the usual one for the series. We will know for sure whether or not these changes will be executed well or not on January 28, 2022. Personally, I am quite interested but I doubt I will have time to try it at launch.

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