Playstation E3 2017 Experience Live In Theaters June 12th

Playstation E3 2017 Experience Live In Theaters June 12th

Playstation 4 (and Vita!) fans enthusiastic for what Sony will be announcing at E3 2017 will be happy to know that the Playstation E3 experience is returning live to theaters.

For the third straight year, theaters across NA will broadcast the conference live, helping to deliver the larger than life experience for those who can’t make it to E3 in person. Those who attend will go home with a poster and one of the Playstation collectible cards as well as some digital rewards from the Playstation Store.

Tickets are free and can be obtained here beginning Tuesday, May 30th at 10:00 AM PT while supplies last. Attendees who have registered for a ticket will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis until the theater reaches capacity, so get there early because receiving a ticket does not guarantee you a seat. Attendees must be 17 years of age or older to attend this event. These are the theaters where you can catch it, sorted by state:

Playstation E3 2017 Experience Theaters

Theater Name City State / Province
Anchorage 16 Anchorage AK
Trussville Stadium 16 Birmingham AL
Mobile Stadium 18 Mobile AL
Tinseltown Benton Benton AR
Surprise 14 Surprise AZ
Century Park Place 20 Tucson AZ
Daly City 20 Daly City CA
Century City 15 Los Angeles CA
LA Live 14 Los Angeles CA
Century 20 Downtown Redwood City Redwood City CA
Mission Valley 20 San Diego CA
Van Ness 14 San Francisco CA
Denver Pavilions 15 Denver CO
Meadows 12 Lone Tree CO
Bloomfield 8 Bloomfield CT
Gallery Place 14 Washington DC
Brandywine Town Center 16 Wilmington DE
Avenues 20 Jacksonville FL
Waterford Lakes 20 Orlando FL
Sunset Place 24 South Miami FL
Sawgrass 23 Sunrise FL
Hollywood 24 @ N I-85 Chamblee GA
Dole Cannery Stadium 18 Honolulu HI
Davenport 53 IMAX Davenport IA
Boise Stadium 22 Boise ID
River East 21 Chicago IL
Galaxy 14 Indianapolis IN
Hollywood Stadium 14 Topeka Topeka KS
Tinseltown Louisville Louisville KY
Elmwood Palace 20 Elmwood LA
Fenway Stadium 13 Boston MA
Solomon Pond 15 Marlborough MA
Rockville Center 13 Rockville MD
Brunswick 10 Brunswick ME
Lansing Mall 12 Lansing MI
Brooklyn Center 20 Minneapolis MN
Kansas City 18 Cinemas Kansas City MO
Gallatin Valley Cinemas 11 Bozeman MT
Stonecrest At Piper Glen 22 Charlotte NC
North Hills Stadium 14 Raleigh NC
Oakview Plaza 24 Omaha NE
Fox Run Stadium 15 Newington NH
Hamilton 24 Hamilton NJ
Seacourt 10 Toms River NJ
Century 14 Downtown Albuquerque Albuquerque NM
Village Square 18 Las Vegas NV
Union Square 14 New York NY
E-Walk 42nd Street 13 New York NY
Transit Center 18 plus IMAX Williamsville NY
Georgesville Square 16 Columbus OH
Milford 16 Milford OH
Tinseltown USA Oklahoma City Oklahoma City OK
Lloyd Center 10 Cinema Portland OR
Riverview Plaza 17 Philadelphia PA
Cinemark 17 Pittsburgh Mills plus IMAX Tarentum PA
Sandhill Stadium Cinema 16 Columbia SC
Sioux Falls Stadium 14 Sioux Falls SD
Opry Mills 20 plus IMAX Nashville TN
Metropolitan Stadium 14 Austin TX
Northpark Center 15 Dallas TX
Houston Marq’e Stadium 23 Houston TX
Cielo Vista 18 San Antonio TX
Salt Lake City 16 Salt Lake City UT
Westchester Common 16 Midlothian VA
Lynnhaven 18 Virginia Beach VA
Lincoln Square Cinemas Bellevue WA
Pacific Place 11 Seattle WA
Renaissance Cinema Sturtevant WI
Morgantown Stadium 12 Morgantown WV
Fox Theater 6 Laramie WY
Scotiabank Theatre Chinook Calgary Alberta
Cineplex Cinemas Metropolis Burnaby British Columbia
Scotiabank Theatre Winnipeg Winnipeg Manitoba
Scotiabank Theatre Toronto Toronto Ontario
Cinéma Banque Scotia Montréal Montréal Quebec

So there’s your opportunity to be up front and center to see what Sony reveals for the Playstation. Bloodborne 2? Deep Down? Something else? Share your thoughts in the comments!


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10 comments on “Playstation E3 2017 Experience Live In Theaters June 12th”

  1. Avatar skarekrow13 says:

    I’ve been there for both and it’s a great experience.

  2. Avatar TSMP says:

    So, people who can’t make it to the densely packed, overpriced, poorly air conditioned, and far too loud E3 itself can still get a similar experience by sitting in a densely packed, overpriced, poorly air conditioned, and far too loud theater closer to home. Cool.

    I don’t know whether I should be more surprised this is a thing, or surprised that I’m not all that surprised. Is this done with other things like sports? Is E3 following a trend here, or are they doing some kind of meta commentary about living vicariously through video games that pretend to be movies?

  3. Avatar skarekrow13 says:

    The theater experience is free. Actually, you usually walk out ahead of the game. Usually some credit for PSN, beta access to upcoming games and more.

  4. Avatar skarekrow13 says:

    Also, I know you pulled info from their blog, but this is year 4. My event review for the first one was published in 2014, and I have three different lanyards already

  5. Avatar TSMP says:

    Oh, is that so? Okay, that might be worth trying at least once.

  6. Avatar Daos_Strange says:

    I would like to take my daughter to this, but she is only 14. Does anyone know if someone under the age of 17 is allowed with a guardian?

  7. Avatar skarekrow13 says:

    17 and older only

  8. Avatar skarekrow13 says:

    Lol, they went with gofobo this year, and wouldn’t you know it the site isn’t working. Sony fans crashed it?

  9. Avatar skarekrow13 says:

    So after a full day of not working at all, they went back live an hour ago. Just now got my pass.

  10. Avatar Emergence says:

    I will say, having been to Sony’s E3 conference in person, it is quite the visual spectacle and is a pretty singular moment for the entire conference (no fanboy but they really put MS and Nintendo to shame when it comes to these things) so it makes sense to broadcast it in theaters. Last year they had a live orchestra performing the music for the trailers.


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