Thu1

April Fool’s

Also known as Fool’s Day, it is marked with pranks and practical jokes of all scales. Observed in many countries and diligently celebrated by newsmakers with the hoax sensations, this day is nevertheless not a public holiday anywhere.

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Sun4

Easter

Easter’s importance succeeded in the previous pagan celebrations of spring and new life. It is one of the primary church holidays, widely celebrated in all Christian countries within Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox branches.

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Thu15

World Art Day

Established by the International Art Association of sculptors and painters under UNESCO, World Art Day is celebrated on the date of Leonardo Da Vinci’s birth.
Wed21

Tiradentes Day

Tiradentes was the nickname of the dentist José Joaquim da Silva Xavier, a trailblazer of Brazil Independence who was brutally executed by Portuguese. When the colonial rule ended, the day of da Silva’s death became a national holiday.

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Thu22

Take Your Child to Work Day

Also known as Take Our Daughters And Sons to Work, it is designated to give kids a taster of grown-up career, often shaped as the community-building events.
Thu23

National Sovereignty and Children’s Day

A day when Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Father of the Nation, devoted the Republic to the children who will inherit it, became the national holiday in Turkey.
Fri23

World Book Day

World Book Day is on the mission to give every kid in the world their own book, but also to celebrate authors, publishers, and first of all, reading.
Sun25

Oscar Night

This spectacular ceremony started in the 1920s. Now it is the biggest media happening and thus an important channel for cutting-edge messages.
Thu29

International Dance Day

On this day—birth date of Jean-Georges Noverre—we celebrate the dance and how it crosses borders, uniting people with a common language.
Fri30

International Jazz Day

The day established by UNESCO to recognize the incredible impact of jazz on music, culture, and society, is now celebrated in some 200 countries.

The upcoming holidays

April Fool’s Day, Passover, Easter, International Dance Day, Tiradentes, and other fun, religious, international celebrations take place in the month of April. This is a great time for making funny designs for your marketing campaigns. Also, don’t forget to make a special offer, or plan a spring sale in order to increase user engagement and loyalty.

Trees and flowers begin to actively bloom in April. Tulips continue blooming since March and can be used as a starting point for your marketing visuals. Crello has a huge library of flowery designs to choose from. Just pick the one you love, customize it, and post on social media! Or make this April unusual and choose minimalist templates designed for luxury and prestige.