April is coming, spring is not far away.
More and more outdoor activities are coming back to New York!
27 North 6th Street, Brooklyn
Finally the outdoor food and flea market is coming back. From Wowful, Raindrop cake, to Bronchstreet. There are so much more that you can eat! All different kind of street food, exotic, from authentic and creative, all you can explore in Smorgasburg.
Brooklyn Folk festival
April 8th – 11th
Kings County, Brooklyn
There will be a lot of performance from all over the world. The gathering brings together acts that deal in Americana and blues as well as global sounds from places like the Middle East and Guinea. If you like music, don’t miss it.
Tartan Day Parade
6 Avenue between 45th Street and 55th Street.
Missing St. Patrick’s Day? Come to celebrate Scotland by watching bagpipers, men in kilts, and women in plaid marching up!
Tribeca Film Festival
April 13th – 24th
Every New Yorker all know about this festival. It is one of the biggest film festivals in New York. From documentaries, foreign films, filmmakers to big-name talent and local indie features, you can find what you want to see.
To celebrate the earth and understand the meaning of peaceful coexistence between human being and the nature, there will be the performance and families activities in Union Square. There is some eco-living information exhibit at grand central and 5k.
Queens International Night Market
Start April 23rd 6 pm – midnight
Missing night market? Or smorgasburg is not enough? No worries, there are some street food, crafts and all different kind of activates waiting for you. Come to experience the Asian culture and taste all different kind of amazing food.
April 11th – 17th
Although April is much warmer than January, it is still chilling in spring. In Taiwan people like to have hot spring in spring, here there you have an opportunity to go for an up hundreds bucks SPA service for only $50.
April 30th 11am
1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, NY
It is Indian’s famous festival to celebrate spring. On this day people spread color powder to each other as the symbol of goodness. There are some traditional music, dance and cousin out there waiting for you!
Brooklyn cherry blossom festival
April 30th – may 1st
Brooklyn botanical garden
Not only there is blossom, but also Japanese art and culture. If you like cosplay, don’t miss this opportunity to show your great work! Sakura Matsuri features 200 blossoming cherry trees and 60 events and performances celebrating Japanese culture at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
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