April 6 & 15: This American Life contributor David Sedaris heads to Princeton and Red Bank.
April 9 & 10: Former late-night funny man Jay Leno takes his wit on the road to Englewood and Red Bank.
April 10-12: Shen Yun celebrates 5,000 years of Chinese history over a three-day residency at NJPAC
April 11-22: Spring has officially sprung when Branch Brook Park hosts the Cherry Blossom Festival.
April 11-12: The Atlantic City Antique Show unloads at the Convention Center for two days of shopping the best antique collections in the state.
April 14: The legendary singer, songwriter and producer Stevie Wonder brings his Songs in the Key of Life Performance tour to Newark.
Thru April 22: The Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts hosts “Juvenile in Justice,” an eye-opening exhibit by photographer Richard Ross.
Thru May 17: The exhibit “Come As You Are: Art of the 1990s” at the Montclair Art Museum showcases 65 varied works that were made in the tumultuous years between the fall of the Berlin Wall and 9/11.
Thru Aug 9: The exhibit “Royals & Regalia: Inside the Palaces of Nigeria’s Monarchs” brings 40 impressive portraits by renowned Lagos-based photographer George Osodi to the Newark Museum.