What activities does Animal Crossing have?

  • If you're looking for all the upcoming ANimal Crossing: New Horizons events, look no further. Below, you'll find a constantly updated list of all confirmed events happening in the game, so www.lolga.com consider this your Animal Crossing: New Horizons calendar.
    There are always regular events like monthly bug and fishing tournaments, but the game is still establishing when these events will lie - whether it's the second or third saturday of a month for example.
    See below for all the confirmed upcoming ANimal Crossing: New Horizons events so far:
    What is it? The only time period where the spring blossom blooms. Pretty, and creative!
    Things to watch out for: There are a selection of Animal Crossing: New Horizons cherry blossom recipes to collect by https://www.lolga.com/animal-crossing-items popping floating balloons, which will all only be available during this season.
    Hemisphere: North and South
    What is it? The Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bunny Day event actually runs from April 1 - 12, but the actual Bunny Day - aka Easter Sunday - happens on Sunday April 12.
    Things to watch out for: Zipper T. Bunny will gift anyone who collects all the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bunny Day recipes, and you'll be able to find six types of Animal Crossing: New Horizons eggs dotted around the island, which you'll need to craft the aforementioned recipes.
    Hemisphere: North and South
    What is it? One of the originally confirmed Animal Crossing: New Horizons events is Earth Day. In real life, this Animal Crossing Items event takes place on April 22, so expect the same to happen in-game.
    Things to watch out for: It's not clear what will happen on the day, but it will be run by Leif the Sloth, who used to run the Garden Centre in previous games.