Here are the dates of the most important Jewishholidays through 2030. These holidays move in the Western (Gregorian) calendar year since theJewish calendaris a lunisolarcalendar,instead of just a solar calendar. The dates are further complicated by how intercalary months are calculated and inserted. The length of different holidays varies between branches of Judaism, and they might differ for observers inor outside of Israel. Dates given for multi-day holidays are for the beginning of the holiday.
|Year||Purim1||Passover2||Shavuot3||Rosh Hashanah4||Yom Kippur5||Sukkot6||Shemini Atzeret7||Hanukkah8|
|2010||Feb. 28||March 30||May 19||Sept. 9||Sept. 18||Sept. 23||Sept. 30||Dec. 2|
|2011||March 20||April 19||June 8||Sept. 29||Oct. 8||Oct. 13||Oct. 20||Dec. 21|
|2012||March 8||April 7||May 27||Sept. 17||Sept. 26||Oct. 1||Oct. 8||Dec. 9|
|2013||Feb. 24||March 26||May 15||Sept. 5||Sept. 14||Sept. 19||Sept. 26||Nov. 28|
|2014||March 16||April 15||June 4||Sept. 25||Oct. 4||Oct. 9||Oct. 16||Dec. 17|
|2015||March 5||April 4||May 24||Sept. 14||Sept. 23||Sept. 28||Oct. 5||Dec. 7|
|2016||March 24||April 23||June 12||Oct. 3||Oct. 12||Oct. 17||Oct. 24||Dec. 25|
|2017||March 12||April 11||May 31||Sept. 21||Sept. 30||Oct. 5||Oct. 12||Dec. 13|
|2018||March 1||March 31||May 20||Sept. 10||Sept. 19||Sept. 24||Oct. 1||Dec. 3|
|2019||March 21||April 20||June 9||Sept. 30||Oct. 9||Oct. 14||Oct. 21||Dec. 23|
|2020||March 10||April 9||May 29||Sept. 19||Sept. 28||Oct. 3||Oct. 10||Dec. 11|
|2021||Feb. 26||March 28||May 17||Sept. 7||Sept. 16||Sept. 21||Sept. 28||Nov. 29|
|2022||March 17||April 16||June 5||Sept. 26||Oct. 5||Oct. 10||Oct. 17||Dec. 19|
|2023||March 7||April 6||May 26||Sept. 16||Sept. 25||Sept. 30||Oct. 7||Dec. 8|
|2024||March 24||April 23||June 12||Oct. 3||Oct. 12||Oct. 17||Oct. 24||Dec. 26|
|2025||March 14||April 13||June 2||Sept. 23||Oct. 2||Oct. 7||Oct. 14||Dec. 15|
|2026||March 3||April 2||May 22||Sept. 12||Sept. 21||Sept. 26||Oct. 3||Dec. 5|
|2027||March 23||April 22||Jun 11||Oct. 2||Oct. 11||Oct. 16||Oct. 23||Dec. 25|
|2028||March 12||April 11||May 31||Sept. 21||Sept. 30||Oct. 5||Oct. 12||Dec. 13|
|2029||March 1||March 31||May 20||Sept. 10||Sept. 19||Sept. 24||Oct. 1||Dec. 2|
|2030||March 19||April 18||June 7||Sept. 28||Oct. 7||Oct. 12||Oct. 19||Dec. 21|
NOTE: All holidays begin at sundown on the evening before the date given.
1. Feast of Lots.
2. Feast of Unleavened Bread.
3. Hebrew Pentecost; or Feast of Weeks, or of Harvest, or of First Fruits.
4. Jewish New Year.
5. Day of Atonement.
6. Feast of Tabernacles, or of the Ingathering.
7. Assembly of the Eighth Day.
8. Festival of Lights.
Length of Jewish holidays:
Orthodox and Conservative:
In Israel: Purim: 1 day. Passover: 7 days; first and last are holy. Shavuot: 1 day. Rosh Hashanah: 2 days. Yom Kippur: 1 day. Sukkot: 7 days; first is holy. Shemini Atzeret: 1 day. Hanukkah: 8 days.
Outside Israel: Purim: 1 day. Passover: 8 days; first 2 and last 2 are holy. Shavuot: 2 days. Rosh Hashanah: 2 days. Yom Kippur: 1 day. Sukkot: 7 days; first 2 are holy. Shemini Atzeret: 2 days (2nd called Simchat Torah). Hanukkah: 8 days.
Purim: 1 day. Passover: 7 days; first and last are holy. Shavuot: 1 day. Rosh Hashanah: 1 day. Yom Kippur: 1 day. Sukkot: 7 days; first is holy. Shemini Atzeret: 1 day. Hanukkah: 8 days.
See also Judaism Primer
; Jewish Calendar
, Lag b'Omer
, Rosh Hashanah
, Shemini Atzeret
, Simchat Torah
, Tishah b'Av
, Tu Bishevat
, Yom Hashoah
, Yom Kippur