Well known as the city that never sleeps, New York is all set to welcome spring with an array of colourful events and festivals.
Join the upcoming spring festivities and enjoy the pleasant weather. So, if you’re planning to book tickets shortly, check out what we have got for you.
Spring is in the air and it’s time to get excited as New York is all set to celebrate ‘Easter’ on 27th March. Enjoy Easter parade with a nice brunch and “egg hunt” events at various places. You can also join several proceedings for finding and painting Easter eggs organised by Brooklyn Children’s Museum and Children’s Museum of Manhattan every year.
Tribeca Film Festival
The Tribeca Film Festival is celebrated annually in New York during April. Be a part of this ultimate street fair from April, 13th to 24th this year, and get a chance to enjoy free film screenings. There will be special performances, arts and crafts shops full of souvenirs, exciting kite flying events and a lot more.
Celebrate the rich history of Persian culture in New York City on 17th April. It is the celebration of Persian New Year “Nowruz,” which means “new day,” with the arrival of spring. The NYPD Band is also joining the parade, and will play the Iranian and U.S. national anthems. You can see various traditional music and dance performances throughout the day as well as a fun fashion show and various other activities.
The New York Botanical Garden is celebrating its 125th anniversary from February 27th to April 17th and NYBG invites you to share your favourite garden memories. Make sure, you attend World Beat- Music & Dance around the World of Orchids and Poetry for Every Season Reading by Ada Limón.
Pen World Voices, APRIL 25th
Witness the richness and diversity of world literature featuring acclaimed writers and artists from all around the globe. Pen World Voices inspires cross-cultural dialogue through joint group discussions, workshops and live performances in different venues throughout New York City. You can listen to your favourite author and even chat about work, life, culture and the art of writing.