PlayStation's Road to Greatness 2017 Tour Hits the Road Starting This Weekend; Fan Contest Announced
PlayStation's annual Road to Greatness Tour is hitting the road again this week, with a new contest letting fans decide where it may head next.
Given the huge variety of games available to PlayStation console owners, the annual Road to Greatness tour is the chance for gamers everywhere to experience the latest and greatest on consoles across the country, starting this week.
In an update on the PlayStation Blog, Sony announced the dates and details for the Road to Greatness Tour 2017, an annual tour with a PlayStation-branded truck full of game demos for upcoming titles and more. The full list of tour dates and locations so far can be found below, with more stops to be added through November:
Silicon Valley Comic Con – April 21-23 Silicon Valley, CA
Chennault International Air Show – April 28-30 Lake Charles, LA
SunFest – May 3-7 West Palm Beach, FL
Northern Invasion – May 13-14 Somerset, WI
Hangout Music Festival – May 19-21 Gulf Shores, AL
Rocklahoma – May 26-28 Pryor, OK
Burnbury Music Festival – June 2-4 Cincinnati, OH
Scott Field Air Show – June 10-11 Scott AFB, IL
Firefly Music Festival – June 15-18 Dover, DE
In addition to demos of upcoming titles and more, those who attend the event can also pick up a limited edition PlayStation Collectible Card, with #75 being a particularly rare gold foil card that will only be available during the Road to Greatness Tour Event.
A fan contest is also being run by Sony during the Road to Greatness tour where fans can record and submit a video (under three minutes) either recreating a favorite scene from the Uncharted series, or answering a prompt on what the Gran Turismo series means to them, to tie in with both upcoming titles Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Gran Turismo Sport. Winners of the contest will have the Road to Greatness tour stop in their area, along with grabbing a PlayStation prize pack worth over $1,000.
The Road to Greatness Tour kicks off this weekend – for a closer look, you can check out a teaser video below from Sony: