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The logo for Sonic Party 2003 Summer Festival.

Sonic Party 2003 Summer Festival (ソニックパーティー ~2003なつまつり~[1] Sonikkupātī ~ 2003 Natsu matsuri ~?) was an official event hosted by Sega in Japan to promote new games in the Sonic the Hedgehog series and the launch of the Sonic X anime series. It was hosted at a number of Sonic the Hedgehog parties in Japan, with several Sega stores participating in special events. It began on 19 July 2003 and lasted until 31 August 2003.[1]


Attendees who turned up at select Sega outlets on the day of the event could take part in several activities. For gamers, the event featured the reveal of Sonic Battle, displays for Sonic Pinball Party, and a Supersonic Time Attack competition for Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut for the Nintendo GameCube which included prizes for whose who could complete the game in five minutes or less.

The event also featured live action performances, including a performance by Aya Hiroshige, who sang the Japanese ending theme for Sonic X. There were also DVDs, toys from Sega Toys, and others goods based on Sonic X available for purchase.


  • SEGA Arena Hamaotsu[1]
  • Okayama Joypolis[1]
  • Tokyo Joypolis[1]
  • SEGA ARENA Tomitani[1]
  • Sega World AlPark[1]
  • Club Sega Canal City[1]
  • Sega World ArcaKit[1]
  • Sega Charlie One[1]
  • SEGA ARENA Toyohashi[1]
  • SEGA World Shindo[1]




Sonic the Hedgehog in other media