Summer Festival Tour
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The Summer Festival Tour was the twenty-fifth tour of Mario Kart Tour, which began on August 26, 2020 and ended on September 8, 2020. Reflecting its theme, the tour introduced a variant of Daisy in a yukata outfit and saw the return of Tokyo Blur's setting with a new layout, as well as the return of Tokyo Blur and Tokyo Blur 2. It was the first tour since the Baby Rosalina Tour to feature a course from a real-life location as well as the first tour overall to see the return of past real-life location tracks. The menu's background featured Mount Fuji, the Tokyo Tower, and Kaminarimon as landmarks for this tour.
The Summer Festival Tour reuses the Baby Daisy Cup's bonus challenge from the Paris Tour for this tour's Yoshi Cup, the Mario Cup's bonus challenge from the Winter Tour for this tour's Bowser Cup, and the Toadette Cup and Bowser Jr. Cup's bonus challenges from the Ice Tour for this tour's Lakitu Cup and Baby Rosalina Cup.
Signature kart sets
In every cup, the driver which the cup is themed about is raised a tier on each track, making them a three- or two-item driver on that course. Up until the Ice Tour, a kart and a glider were also given a bonus for each race in the cup.
Gold cells indicate rewards exclusive to Gold Pass members.
Initial pipe appearance rates
In the Summer Festival Tour, the B Dasher Pipe held 30 items instead of 100 items and contained these items:
The amounts of various items were changed only for Summer Festival Pipe 2:
In the Summer Festival Tour, the All-Clear Pipe held all regular High-End items, but only shoots out one item at random and could contain any of these items:
Summer Festival Pipe 1
Summer Festival Pipe 2
B Dasher Pipe
The limited-time event where event tokens appeared lasted from September 1, 2020 to September 8, 2020. However, the shop was available for two more days until September 10, 2020 for players to spend any already collected event tokens.
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