Experience Unique Easter Egg Hunt in New York

FBC (Full Bunny Contact) is an upcoming Easter festival in New York. The festival, which began in recent years, is unique and carves out an entertainment place for adults and kids to enjoy Easter egg hunt. Daniel Demello and Nathaniel Nowak are the producers of Full Bunny Contact (FBC).

What can you expect from the event


The event is a family-friendly celebration of the holiday. The festival occurs during the Easter week, concluding on Easter Sunday. The carnival is full of games, food and music for the guests. All the games are bunny-themed and are open for both adults and kids. The event is full of prizes, including carnival tickets, broadway tickets, baseball game tickets, and small gifts.

The central attraction of the carnival is the Full Bunny Contact (FBC) game. In this game, two contestants are locked in a giant steel cage. Their target is to accumulate as many Easter eggs as possible. The eggs are distributed on the grass mats inside the cage. While the participants try to collect the eggs, three bunnies will do everything they can to prevent participants from obtaining the eggs.

Bunnies will push the eggs out of the basket, steal them and hide them. The 40-second event is a quite experience for the participants. In addition to the games, participants can enjoy music, DJ and dance floor, food, and an on-site bar. The carnival is meant for fun and evokes childhood memories.

Tickets: The ticket price is $10 for general admission, $20 for admission & one round of FBC, and $60 for VIP tickets. These prices apply for guests aged 10 and up. You can also get tickets for the festival, at a reduced price, via Groupon and LivingSocial. For more details about the event, please call 212-465-7594 or click here.

Event Dates: The event happens from April 1, 2015 until April 5, 2015.

Event Location:

Full Bunny Contact,

107 Suffolk Street, NY – 10002

Come and be part of an exciting Easter egg hunt in New York City, and have loads of fun.


* Image courtesy Flickr Creative Commons.



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