Pokémon Go, which is already bigger than Snapchat (and possibly Twitter soon), has started taking over the music industry.

After expanding its territory to various parks, restaurants, offices and streets, the viral game app have started covering world-famous concert arenas, including Staples Center, Target Center, Madison Square Garden and many more.

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Even artists and producers are caught going cray cray over the Poké-craze. Already turned themselves Pokémon Masters are the likes of Wiz Khalifa, John Mayer, Big Sean, Steve Aoki, Hey Violet’s guitarist and singer Casey Moreta, Good Charlotte’s guitarist Billy Martin, DJ Dillon Francis, and What So Not.

A seasoned Pokéman that he is, this electro house producer dubs himself a “Professor”.

For some, it only took a word of mouth before they commence their journey à la Ash Ketchum/Satoshi.

It got to the point of frustration for American DJ Dillion Francis.

Some artists, including Good Charlotte’s Billy Martin and Hey Violet’s Casey Moreta has allowed the app to taken over their careers.

John Mayer went so far as to actually purchase $100 worth of Pokécoins.


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However, after their budding romance, EDM record producer WHAT SO NOT called it quits.

Justin Bieber was even a victim of the Poké-frenzy. Literally.

Well, Bieber doesn’t sound like a stretch for a Pokémon name, to be quite honest with you.

Here’s more proof of the Pokémon takeover.

Grand Ole Opry (Nashville)

The Viper Room (Los Angeles)

Target Center (Minneapolis, Minnesota)

PrivateBank Theater (Chicago)

London Palladium (London)

Warehouse Live (Houston, TX)

Yankee Stadium (NYC)