Full Bunny Contact …an INSANE Easter Carnival

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This is wild!

FULL BUNNY CONTACT is a weekend-long Easter festival with a decidedly twisted and whimsical take on the traditional spring fair. Wander the grounds and participate in games and activities with a main event that pits New Yorkers against hardcore bunnies in an Easter egg hunt for the ages.

FULL BUNNY CONTACT features a midway, game booths, on-site bar, food trucks, a DJ, live entertainment and will run April 17th – 20th at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, 107 Suffolk Street (between Rivington and Delancey Sts.) on Manhattan’s lower east side.

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The four-day festival features dozens of game booths that get the adrenaline pumping.

 

 Timothy Haskell (Creator of Nightmare Haunted House) invites you to be among the very first to experience FULL BUNNY CONTACT – NYC’s only Extreme Easter Egg Hunt and Insane Easter-Weekend Festival.

“This is pure, silly, fun with an element of sport,” says creator Timothy Haskell. “A four day celebration where you can race an actual rabbit while wearing a giant tortoise shell, or pull candy right out of the Easter bunnies butt, or show off your flag football moves as you try in vain to collect Easter eggs.

New Yorkers love to celebrate holidays and  combines the familiar with the extreme.”

In the main event at FULL BUNNY CONTACT, patrons are locked in a 16’ X 20’ steel cage, to test their wits against three massive, highly competitive Easter bunnies and a shot clock, all trying to keep you from collecting eggs filled with cash and prizes. How crazy is this?!

 

There are games, events and booths. All of them related to Easter in some way. You could be there 30 minutes, you could be there for 3 hours. You roam around and enjoy yourself and leave when either the shift changes (at 7 pm on Friday and Saturday) or when the event is over (all other nights)

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at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, 107 Suffolk Street

(between Rivington and Delancey Sts.)

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