The Pokémon GO craze continues to take the dance music world by storm.

Steve Aoki proclaimed his love for the augmented reality app, Hardwell dropped the Pokémon theme song during his Ultra Europe set, and this weekend the first ever rave dedicated to game took over a nightclub in London.

The Grand in South London hosted the first-ever “Poké-Rave,” where trainers hunted for PokéCoins and scored free drinks. There was also a Pokémon screening room to watch episodes of the cartoon series, Pokémon “podium dancers” and a Pokémon confetti drop on the dance floor.

The “Poké-Rave”, though not officially affiliated with Nintendo, served as the follow-up from Secret London’s cancelled GO meet up. Both events drew a large number of attendees, with over 6,000 guests listed on the Facebook invite.

Check out some of the experiences shared by Poké-Rave attendees below.

#pokemongo #rave #clapham #gottacatchemall #pokemon #london #dancing #vip #privatescreening #pidgey #teaminstinct

A video posted by Tom Oliver (@thomaswhastings) on

Flex when the squad’s lit #work #thegrand #clapham #Pokemon #toptrainer #teamvalor #moderndaymisty

A photo posted by catnap queen (@saskiasalome) on

Twas a good night 🐣🐉 #pokemongo #jigglypuff #pidgey

A photo posted by Celia (@celixx) on

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