Communiversity Artsfest: April 28


Produced by the Arts Council of Princeton with participation from the students of Princeton University and support from the town of Princeton, Communiversity ArtsFest features over 200 booths showcasing original art and contemporary crafts, unique merchandise and culinary masterpieces from local chefs, plus six stages of continuous live entertainment. The Spring of 2019 will mark […]

Flavors On the Avenue: April 28


A springtime favorite, East Passyunk’s Flavors on the Avenue brings the neighborhood’s top restaurants together for an outdoor celebration where visitors can sample dishes from more than two dozen of East Passyunk’s award-winning chefs and eateries. Participating restaurants often include neighborhood favorites like Bing Bing Dim Sum, Barcelona Wine Bar, ITV Philly, Laurel, Brigantessa, Cantina […]

St. Bart’s Annual Wine Tasting: April 27


SAMPLE OVER 175 WINE, BEER AND SPIRITS! Must be 21 to attend. Ticket price includes tastings, food, and more! Sponsored by Adelphia Wine Company For more information, please visit:St. Bart’s Annual Wine Tasting St Barts Annual Wine Tasting is located at: 470 Ryders Lane East Brunswick, NJ

Rutgers Day: April 27


Rutgers University welcomes all visitors to Rutgers Day, a one-day celebration of learning and discovery with programming in Camden, New Brunswick, and Newark. Taking place on the last Saturday in April each year, Rutgers Day is the annual spring event to attend. Rutgers Day is your chance to get a glimpse of exciting things happening […]

80’s Wrestling Con: April 27


First ever 80’s exclusive event with over 15 WWF legends! Early confirmed guests include WWF Hall of Famers Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, Tag Team Champions Afa & Sika “The Wild Samoans” along with women’s champion and Hall of Famer Wendi Richter. So many more guests to be announced! For more information, please visit: iPlay America […]

The Penn Relays: April 25-27


The Penn Relays is the world’s first — and most widely recognized — annual relay meet. Each year, this historic rite of spring draws crowds of up to 100,000 to the University of Pennsylvania’s Franklin Field. Here, spectators know they’ll see some of the world’s top track athletes compete — and often begin Olympic careers. […]