We’re already fast approaching April and that means plenty of new events for Animal Crossing: New Horizons players to get excited about.
Alongside the usual new bugs, fish, sea creatures and more, there are a range of special dates on the (new) horizons.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Animal Crossing April events.
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ANIMAL CROSSING APRIL EVENTS – Cherry Blossom
One of the main attractions for Animal Crossing: New Horizons players in April is the Cherry Blossom.
The Cherry Blossom season 2021 starts on April 1 and runs until April 10 and will see player’s islands blessed with beautiful pink trees.
It will also grant them the opportunity to collect Cherry Blossom Petals, which can then be used to craft special items.
OTHER CONFIRMED APRIL EVENTS
The other (confirmed) major event happening in April is everybody’s favourite, Bunny Day.
While this year’s event kicks off in just a couple of days, on March 28, the main Bunny Day is set for April 4 and will contain a range of “new items” for players to collect.
On top of that, Nintendo has already confirmed via their official Animal Crossing: New Horizons Twitter account, a range of other events. These are:
- Nature Day (April 15- April 22) – Inspired by support for the environment, players will be able to purchase a “Cool Globe” from Nook Shopping.
- Sinimogi (April 1- April 10) – Another nature focused event, Sinimogi is a day about caring for forests and planting trees. It originated in South Korea. During the event window, players will be able to order a “Forsythia” plant.
- Prom (April 1 – April 30) – April is all about prom season in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. For the whole month, players will be able to purchase a range of prom-based items including a Sash, Prom Floor and Prom Wall.
- April Fools Day (March 26 – April 1) – For the next few days, players will be able to purchase everybody’s favourite prank item, the whoopee cushion. A range of colours will be available until the April Fools Day itself.