Nintendo Live 2023 will be a free event and there are two ways to get tickets. You can register for a randomly selected drawing on the Nintendo website sometime between May 31 and June 22, where you can get a day pass for a group of up to six people.
Children under the age of six do not need their own ticket, but the person registering must be a resident of the US, be over 18 and have a Nintendo Account. It takes place alongside the PAX West event, but requires separate tickets.
However, if you go to PAX West there is a separate drawing you can enter to receive a free ticket, which will give one person entry to the Nintendo event. According to Nintendo’s FAQ, there is no waiting list for tickets and no walk-up tickets available, so anyone wanting to participate will need to register through one of these draws or perhaps earn their way in through competitive tournaments that play Mario kart 8 or Splatoon 3.
The site isn’t specific about what kind of goggles visitors can expect or how it will top last year’s Animal Crossing + Splatoon live concert. Nintendo says it won’t be announcing any new products at the event, but confirmed a live stage, photo ops featuring iconic characters, opportunities to play Switch games, and an on-site store with exclusive merchandise.