You’d Be A Fool To Miss These April Events in Philly

With April just around the corner, here are some local events you don't want to miss!

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Treat yourself at the Manayunk StrEAT Food Festival! With more than 50 of the city's top vendors, there is something for everyone to enjoy at this outdoor festival. This entire day of food and entertainment spans across Main Street.
The Street Fair is the culminating event of the spectacular 31-day Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. Broad Street is closed for an all-out extravaganza, capturing the magic and mystery of this year’s PIFA theme, “If You Had a Time Machine…”
Visitors will get to sample food from local award-winning chefs and restaurants at East Passyunk's Flavors of the Avenue this April. This street festival is sure to be a crowd-pleaser with outdoor dining and entertainment.
Philadelphia Science Festival
From April 22nd-April 30th the Philadelphia Science Festival will take place at Penn's Landing for FREE. The festival offers countless interactive events and exhibits to demonstrate how technology impacts our daily lives. A great place to find inspiration for young scientists, or just to learn something cool and new!
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Franklin Square celebrates it's 10th birthday with the first ever Chinese Lantern Festival. During this seven week celebration, the square will be filled with illuminated displays, as well as performances and culinary treats.
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The fifth annual Center City Jazz Festival is bringing smooth sounds to the city. The line up includes 20 different bands and spans across 5 different venues, including places like Milkboy and Fergie's Pub.
Comcast presents Philly Tech Week 2016 this April to celebrate innovation and technology through the Philadelphia region. With last year's events such as a women-in-tech summit and a robot showcase, this year is sure to impress!
This spring celebration is the place to be to celebrate Japanese culture. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful blooms, along with Taiko drums and origami during Sakura Sunday, the celebration's main event.
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