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The first annual Tribeca Film Festival was launched in 2002 by Jane Rosenthal and Robert De Niro. The Tribeca Film Festival was founded to celebrate New York City as a major film making center and to contribute to the long-term recovery of lower Manhattan. 2018 marks the 17th year of the Tribeca Film Festival, which has grown each year. For more information visit tribecafilm.com
Your feed is going to blow up with photos of this weekend bash celebrating Japanese culture and the beauty of nature. Sakura Matsuri (also known as New York’s Cherry Blossom Festival), is one of the city’s prettiest spring festivals highlighting the best of Japanese culture. There’s also a Japanese tea room, art gallery and a mini flea market where you can taste the mouthwatering Raaka chocolate, wall scrolls and silk wraps. Get ready for a jam-packed schedule of entertainment, which includes Taiko drummers, cosplay actors, samurai sword masters, J-rock bands, stand-up comics and dance parties.
The Easter Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival is not exactly an organized event. On Easter Sunday, 5th Avenue closes for transport, and the fun begins. Starting at about 10am and continuing until 4pm, the parade marches north on Fifth Avenue, from 49th Street to 57th Street. The best place to watch is from the area around St. Patrick's Cathedral; better yet, bring your bonnet and join the parade.
Each year, thousands of Gothamites flock to one of New York’s finest NYC Parks with their feather-less weapons in-hand for swinging, whacking and evading fellow pillow-wielding assailants. On this day you can forget all your stress and adult worries as you (softly) pummel strangers at New York’s annual International Pillow Fight. This year, Pillow Fight NYC falls on Saturday, April 7, 2018 and starts at 3pm and goes until 6pm.
''May, more than any other month of the year, wants us to feel most alive''- Fennel Hudson