Experience E3 2015 with PlayStation


All US states are represented, plus three Canadian cities

Sony will be rolling out the PlayStation E3 Experience to more theaters in more states than ever before.

In a recent PlayStation blog post, Sony confirmed that the free event -- starting at 6pm PT on June 15 -- will be coming to every US state and three cities in Canada. 

While the venues themselves have yet to be confirmed, free tickets are available from 9am PT on May 27 at playstation.com/e3experience. Those lucky enough to snag a ticket will take home "a PlayStation surprise, which will consist of PlayStation goods and digital codes [they] can’t disclose yet." You'll need to be able to prove that you're aged 17+ to enter.

"You and fellow members of the PlayStation community will get to see the full PlayStation E3 press conference in HD on the big screen, plus there are special bonuses for those who come out to the theater experience," writes host Geoff Keighley. "I’ll be hosting an exclusive 30-minute in-theater post show with extended footage and interviews with developers."

"To make it fair to everyone in the community, this year we are giving you advance notice of ticket sales. Eighty percent of theater capacity will be reserved for ticket holders, with 20 percent of the theater held for those on the wait list, who will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. We saw the big lines last year and want to make sure that everyone has a fair chance to be in the theater."

Did you attend one of the PlayStation E3 Experience showings last year? Planning on going again this year? What would you most like to see in one of 'em swag bags?

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