United States of America is the country of festivals. If you are looking for the festivals of USA, You can check the below calendar . It will provide you a complete list of all festivals and holidays in United States
List of Festivals in United States of America
|Holiday Name||Date||Type||Day Remains|
|New Year's Day||Jan 01||Holiday||0 minutes|
|World Braille Day||Jan 04||Observance||0 minutes|
|Epiphany||Jan 06||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Orthodox Christmas Day||Jan 06||Observance||0 minutes|
|International Programmers' Day||Jan 07||Observance||0 minutes|
|Stephen Foster Memorial Day||Jan 13||Observance||0 minutes|
|Orthodox New Year||Jan 14||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Religion Day||Jan 17||Observance||0 minutes|
|Martin Luther King Jr. Day||Jan 18||Observance||0 minutes|
|Robert E. Lee's Birthday||Jan 18||Observance||0 minutes|
|Idaho Human Rights Day||Jan 18||Observance||0 minutes|
|Civil Rights Day||Jan 18||Observance||0 minutes|
|Robert E. Lee's Birthday||Jan 19||Observance||0 minutes|
|Confederate Heroes' Day||Jan 19||Observance||0 minutes|
|Inauguration Day||Jan 20||Observance||0 minutes|
|International Customs Day||Jan 26||Observance||0 minutes|
|Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat||Jan 28||Observance||0 minutes|
|Kansas Day||Jan 29||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Leprosy Day||Jan 31||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Freedom Day||Feb 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|First Day of Black History Month||Feb 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Groundhog Day||Feb 02||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Wetlands Day||Feb 02||Observance||0 minutes|
|Rosa Parks Day||Feb 04||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Wear Red Day||Feb 05||Observance||0 minutes|
|Super Bowl||Feb 07||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Day of the Sick||Feb 11||Observance||0 minutes|
|Lincoln's Birthday||Feb 12||Observance||0 minutes|
|Chinese New Year||Feb 12||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Valentine's Day||Feb 14||Observance||0 minutes|
|Statehood Day||Feb 14||Observance||0 minutes|
|U.S.A Presidents' Day||Feb 15||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Daisy Gatson Bates Day||Feb 15||Observance||0 minutes|
|Susan B. Anthony's Birthday||Feb 15||Observance||0 minutes|
|Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras||Feb 16||Observance||0 minutes|
|Elizabeth Peratrovich Day||Feb 16||Observance||0 minutes|
|Ash Wednesday||Feb 17||Observance||0 minutes|
|Purim||Feb 26||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Linus Pauling Day||Feb 28||Observance||0 minutes|
|St. David's Day||Mar 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Casimir Pulaski Day||Mar 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Self-Injury Awareness Day||Mar 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Texas Independence Day||Mar 02||Observance||0 minutes|
|Read Across America Day||Mar 02||Observance||0 minutes|
|Town Meeting Day||Mar 02||Observance||0 minutes|
|Employee Appreciation Day||Mar 05||Observance||0 minutes|
|International Women's Day||Mar 08||Observance||0 minutes|
|Isra and Mi'raj/ Shab-e-Miraj/Prophet's Ascension||Mar 11||Holiday||0 minutes|
|World Kidney Day||Mar 11||Observance||0 minutes|
|St. Patrick's Day||Mar 17||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Evacuation Day||Mar 17||Observance||0 minutes|
|March Equinox/ Vernal Equinox Day||Mar 20||Observance||0 minutes|
|Maryland Day||Mar 25||Observance||0 minutes|
|Prince Kuhio Day||Mar 26||Observance||0 minutes|
|Earth Hour||Mar 27||Observance||0 minutes|
|Palm Sunday||Mar 28||Observance||0 minutes|
|First Day of Passover||Mar 28||Observance||0 minutes|
|Seward's Day||Mar 29||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Cesar Chavez Day||Mar 31||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Maundy Thursday/Holy Thursday||Apr 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|April Fool's Day||Apr 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Good Friday||Apr 02||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Pascua Florida Day||Apr 02||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Holy Saturday||Apr 03||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Passover 7th Day||Apr 03||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Last Day of Passover||Apr 04||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Easter Sunday||Apr 04||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Easter Monday||Apr 05||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Arbor Day||Apr 05||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Tartan Day||Apr 06||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Library Workers' Day||Apr 06||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Day of Prayer||Apr 06||Observance||0 minutes|
|Truman Day||Apr 07||Observance||0 minutes|
|Yom HaShoah||Apr 08||Observance||0 minutes|
|Ramadan Starts||Apr 13||Observance||0 minutes|
|Thomas Jefferson's Birthday||Apr 13||Observance||0 minutes|
|Vaisakhi/Bangla New Year/Pohela Baishakh||Apr 14||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Israel's Independence Day/Yom Ha'atzmaut||Apr 15||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Tax Day||Apr 15||Observance||0 minutes|
|Father Damien Day||Apr 15||Observance||0 minutes|
|Emancipation Day||Apr 16||Holiday||0 minutes|
|International Day for Monuments and Sites||Apr 18||Observance||0 minutes|
|Boston Marathon||Apr 19||Observance||0 minutes|
|San Jacinto Day||Apr 21||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Administrative Professionals Day||Apr 21||Observance||0 minutes|
|Oklahoma Day||Apr 22||Observance||0 minutes|
|Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day||Apr 22||Observance||0 minutes|
|Confederate Memorial Day||Apr 26||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Lag B’Omer/Lag BaOmer||Apr 30||Observance||0 minutes|
|Orthodox Good Friday||Apr 30||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Kentucky Oaks||Apr 30||Observance||0 minutes|
|Labour Day||May 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Orthodox Holy Saturday||May 01||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Kentucky Derby||May 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Law Day||May 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Loyalty Day||May 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|National EOD Day||May 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Lei Day||May 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|International Workers' Day/May Day||May 01||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Orthodox Easter||May 02||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Orthodox Easter Monday||May 03||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Kent State Shootings Remembrance||May 04||Observance||0 minutes|
|Rhode Island Independence Day||May 04||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Cinco de Mayo||May 05||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Nurses Day||May 06||Observance||0 minutes|
|Military Spouse Appreciation Day||May 07||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Ovarian Cancer Day||May 08||Observance||0 minutes|
|Europe Day||May 09||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Mother's Day||May 09||Observance||0 minutes|
|Carolina Confederate Memorial Day||May 10||Observance||0 minutes|
|Kamehameha Day||May 11||Observance||0 minutes|
|International Nurses Day||May 12||Observance||0 minutes|
|Ascension Day||May 13||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Eid al-Fitr/Eid-ul-Fitr/Lebaran (in Indonesia)||May 13||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Peace Officers Memorial Day||May 15||Observance||0 minutes|
|Armed Forces Day||May 15||Observance||0 minutes|
|Preakness Stakes||May 15||Observance||0 minutes|
|Shavuot||May 17||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Emergency Medical Services for Children Day||May 19||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Autoimmune day||May 20||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Defense Transportation Day||May 21||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Maritime Day||May 22||Observance||0 minutes|
|Harvey Milk Day||May 22||Observance||0 minutes|
|Pentecost||May 23||Observance||0 minutes|
|Whit Sunday||May 23||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Whit Monday||May 24||Holiday||0 minutes|
|National Missing Children's Day||May 25||Observance||0 minutes|
|African Liberation Day||May 25||Observance||0 minutes|
|Trinity Sunday||May 30||Observance||0 minutes|
|Memorial Day||May 31||Holiday||0 minutes|
|International Parents' Day||Jun 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Jefferson Davis' Birthday||Jun 03||Observance||0 minutes|
|Belmont Stakes||Jun 05||Observance||0 minutes|
|D-Day||Jun 06||Observance||0 minutes|
|Bunker Hill Day||Jun 13||Observance||0 minutes|
|Army Birthday||Jun 14||Observance||0 minutes|
|Flag Day||Jun 14||Observance||0 minutes|
|Juneteenth Independence Day||Jun 19||Observance||0 minutes|
|Emancipation Day||Jun 19||Observance||0 minutes|
|Father's Day||Jun 20||Observance||0 minutes|
|West Virginia Day||Jun 20||Observance||0 minutes|
|American Eagle Day||Jun 20||Observance||0 minutes|
|Independence Day of USA||Jul 04||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Nathan Bedford Forrest Day||Jul 13||Observance||0 minutes|
|Bastille Day||Jul 14||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Rural Transit Day||Jul 16||Observance||0 minutes|
|Tisha B'Av||Jul 18||Observance||0 minutes|
|Eid al-Adha/Tabaski/Bakri Eid||Jul 20||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Pioneer Day||Jul 24||Observance||0 minutes|
|Parents' Day||Jul 25||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day||Jul 27||Observance||0 minutes|
|International Friendship Day||Jul 30||Observance||0 minutes|
|Colorado Day||Aug 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Coast Guard Birthday||Aug 04||Observance||0 minutes|
|Purple Heart Day||Aug 07||Observance||0 minutes|
|Rhode Island Victory Day||Aug 09||Observance||0 minutes|
|Friday the 13th||Aug 13||Observance||0 minutes|
|Assumption of Mary||Aug 15||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Bennington Battle Day||Aug 16||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Aviation Day||Aug 19||Observance||0 minutes|
|Senior Citizens Day||Aug 21||Observance||0 minutes|
|Women's Equality Day||Aug 26||Observance||0 minutes|
|Lyndon Baines Johnson Day||Aug 27||Observance||0 minutes|
|International Overdose Awareness Day||Aug 31||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Sexual Health Day||Sep 04||Observance||0 minutes|
|Labor Day||Sep 06||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Rosh Hashana/Jewish New year||Sep 07||Holiday||0 minutes|
|California Admission Day||Sep 09||Observance||0 minutes|
|Patriot Day||Sep 11||Observance||0 minutes|
|Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day||Sep 11||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Grandparents Day||Sep 12||Observance||0 minutes|
|Yom Kippur||Sep 16||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Constitution Day & Citizenship Day||Sep 17||Observance||0 minutes|
|National POW/MIA Recognition Day||Sep 17||Observance||0 minutes|
|Still's Disease Awareness Day||Sep 17||Observance||0 minutes|
|Air Force Birthday||Sep 18||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Clean Up Day||Sep 18||Observance||0 minutes|
|First Day of Sukkot||Sep 21||Observance||0 minutes|
|International Celebrate Bisexuality Day||Sep 23||Observance||0 minutes|
|Native American Day||Sep 24||Observance||0 minutes|
|American Indian Heritage Day||Sep 24||Observance||0 minutes|
|Michigan Indian Day||Sep 24||Observance||0 minutes|
|Gold Star Mother's Day||Sep 26||Observance||0 minutes|
|Last Day of Sukkot||Sep 27||Observance||0 minutes|
|American Indian Day||Sep 27||Observance||0 minutes|
|Shmini Atzeret||Sep 28||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Simchat Torah||Sep 29||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Heart Day||Sep 29||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Vegetarian Day||Oct 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Teacher's Day||Oct 05||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Cerebral Palsy Day||Oct 06||Observance||0 minutes|
|Columbus Day||Oct 11||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Thanks giving day||Oct 11||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Sight Day||Oct 14||Observance||0 minutes|
|Milad-un-Nabi/Mawlid/Mouloud||Oct 19||Holiday||0 minutes|
|World Stroke Day||Oct 29||Observance||0 minutes|
|Halloween||Oct 31||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Vegan Day||Nov 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|All Souls' Day||Nov 02||Holiday||0 minutes|
|World Pneumonia Day||Nov 12||Observance||0 minutes|
|World Prematurity Day||Nov 17||Observance||0 minutes|
|International Men's Day||Nov 19||Observance||0 minutes|
|Thanksgiving day||Nov 25||Observance||0 minutes|
|Rosa Parks Day||Dec 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|World AIDS Day||Dec 01||Observance||0 minutes|
|Last Day of Chanukah||Dec 06||Holiday||0 minutes|
|St Nicholas Day||Dec 06||Observance||0 minutes|
|Last Day of Chanukah||Dec 06||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day||Dec 07||Observance||0 minutes|
|Feast of the Immaculate Conception||Dec 08||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe||Dec 12||Observance||0 minutes|
|National Guard Birthday||Dec 13||Observance||0 minutes|
|Bill of Rights Day||Dec 15||Observance||0 minutes|
|Pan American Aviation Day||Dec 17||Observance||0 minutes|
|Wright Brothers Day||Dec 17||Observance||0 minutes|
|December Solstice||Dec 21||Observance||0 minutes|
|Day off for Christmas Day||Dec 24||Observance||0 minutes|
|Eastern Orthodox Christmas Eve||Dec 24||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Christmas Day||Dec 25||Observance||0 minutes|
|Kwanzaa (first day)||Dec 26||Observance||0 minutes|
|Day After Christmas Day||Dec 26||Observance||0 minutes|
|2nd Day of Christmas (Eastern)||Dec 26||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Boxing Day / Proclamation Day/St. Stephen's Day/Wren Day||Dec 26||Holiday||0 minutes|
|Day off for New Year's Day||Dec 31||Observance||0 minutes|
- Churches use a different calendar. So this day is celebrated around the world on different day. It is about near 7th January
- International Programmers' Day usually held on 7th January or 12th or 13th September every year.
- World Religion Day celebrates on the third Sunday of January.
- Robert E. Lee's Birthday is state holiday in Alabama, Mississippi of USA.
- Idaho Human Rights Day is celebrated in Idaho
- Civil Rights Day is state holiday in Arizona, New Hampshire
- Florida Celebrates Robert E. Lee's Birthday on 19th January
- Confederate Heroes' Day is observed in Texas
- Inauguration Day is celebrated in DC, LA, MD, VA area
- Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat is celebrated by the Jewish occurring on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shevat
- World Leprosy Day celebrates on the last Sunday of January.
- Rosa Parks Day is observed in California and Missouri
- Lincoln's Birthday is state holiday in CT, IL, MO, NY and Locally observed in Florida
- Chinese New Year is not a public holiday in the USA, UK, Australia & Canada. In other countries, it is a public holiday. The day follows the Lunar calendar which is different from the Gregorian calendar so the date varies every year.
- Statehood Day is locally observed in the Arizona area. It is not a public holiday. The celebration date varies from state to state. In Kentucky, Tennessee it celebrates on 1st June.
- Presidents' Day is a Federal Holiday in the U.S.A. It is celebrated on the 3rd Monday in February.
- Daisy Gatson Bates Day is a state holiday in Arkansas. Commercial, Educational all type of institutions remain closed on this day in Arkansas.
- Susan B. Anthony's Birthday is a local observed festival in some states of the U.S.A. He is remembered for his great work to raise women's rights in the United States of Ameraica.
- Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras is a Cristian festival. Normally it celebrated on the last day before the long fast in the Lent period. It celebrates any day from 9th February to 3rd March. It is a state holiday in some towns of Louisiana, Baldwin, Alabama, Florida in the U.S.A. The big carnival is held in Brazil. People of France also observed this day.
- Elizabeth Peratrovich Day is observed to show honor of Elizabeth Wanamaker Peratrovich in Alaska. It is a local observance festival in Alaska.
- Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lenten Fast which lasts for 40 days. It is normally observed from February 9 to March 03. It is celebrated by Christians worldwide.
- Purim is a Jewish Holiday, According to the Jewish Calendar it celebrates on the 14th day of the Month of Adar. So the date varies according to the calendar.
- Linus Pauling Day is celebrated in Oregon State on Linus Pauling's Birthday. He is a great researcher in immunology and won two Noble Prizes.
- Casimir Pulaski Day is a legal holiday only for Illinois state in the United States of America. It is celebrated on the 1st Monday of March.
- Texas Independence Day is a legal public holiday for Texas.
- Town Meeting Day is a public holiday only in Vermont state.
- Employee Appreciation Day celebrates on the First Friday of March to appreciates the employees
- Isra and Mi'raj are celebrated on the 27th day of Rajab Month according to the Islamic Calendar. So the date varies every year in every country.
- World Kidney Day celebrates on the second Thursday of March.
- Evacuation Day is a public holiday in Massachusetts of the United States of America. Some parts of Massachusetts observed this day.
- March Equinox is the day when the duration of night & day are nearly equal.
- Maryland Day is a legal holiday only in Maryland state, the United State of America to commemorate the history and heritage of the state.
- Prince Kuhio Day is celebrated in Hawaii state on honour of Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole who was a great leader in Hawaii's history. It is a state holiday in Hawaii.
- Earth Hour usually celebrates on the last Saturday of March.
- Palm Sunday is celebrated mainly on the Last Sunday before Easter Sunder. It is the beginning of the Holy Week. So the dates varied every year.
- The First Day of Passover mainly observes from the 14th day at dusk or the 15th day of Nishan in the Hebrew calendar. It lasts for 08 days. Usually falls in April.
- Seward's Day is a state holiday in the Alaska state of the U.S.A. It is celebrated to commemorate the purchasing history of Alaska from Russia in 1867.
- Cesar Chavez Day is celebrated on the Birthday of Cesar Estrada Chavez. It is a public holiday in some parts of Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wisconsin, Washington, and California. In Colorado & Texas, it is an optional holiday.
- Maundy Thursday is mainly observed before the day of Good Friday. So the date varies every year.
- Good Friday is celebrated to commemorate the day of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It observes before two days of Easter Sunday so the date varies every year. It is a legal holiday only in some states.
- Pascua Florida Day is a legal holiday in Florida state in the United States of America. It is celebrated as Florida day.
- Holy Saturday is observed to commemorate Jesus Crists laying in the tomb after death. It is celebrated between the day of Good Friday & Easter Sunday. So the day varies every year.
- Last Day of Passover is a Jewish Holiday.
- Easter Sunday celebrates according to the ecclesiastical approximation of March Equinox.
- Easter Monday celebrates on the day after Easter Sunday. The dates vary every year.
- Arbor Day is a state holiday in Nebraska, USA. They observed it on the last Friday of the month of April. According to this schedule in 2021 in Nebraska, USA Arbor day falls on 30th April.
- On Tuesday of National Library weeks celebrates National Library Workers' Day. It is usually celebrated in April, but the date varies every year.
- National Day of Prayer usually celebrates on the first Thursday of May.
- Truman Day is the state holiday only in Missouri.
- Yom HaShoah/ Holocaust Remembrance Day/ Holocaust Day celebrates on the 27th day of Nisan according to the Hebrew calendar. The date changes every year.
- The month of Ramadan observes fro the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar. It starts with the new moon sighting. That's why the day of starting Ramadan varies from year to year, country to country.
- Vaisakhi/Bangla New Year/Pohela Baishakh is a gazetted holiday only in Bangladesh. In other countries, people from Bangladesh/West Bengal in India celebrate this festival
- Independence Day/Yom Ha'atzmaut is a public holiday only for Israel. In other countries Jewish community peoples' celebrates it but for them, it is not a holiday. Yom Ha'atzmaut celebrated on the 5th day of Iyar according to the Jewish Calendar. It usually falls in April or May month according to the Gregorian calendar.
- Tax Day is mainly the last date to submit Income tax. It mainly falls on or around 15th April.
- Father Damien Day celebrates in Hawaii.
- Emancipation Day is a public holiday only in the District of Columbia which falls on or around 16th April.
- Boston Marathon s a sporting event. It is also a public holiday in Maine, Massachusetts because they observe Patriot's Day to commemorate the battles of Lexington and Concord on this day. Boston Marathon normally occurs around 19th April.
- San Jacinto Day is a state holiday in Texas.
- Administrative Professionals Day is celebrated on the last Wednesday of Administrative Professionals week which is observed on the last week of April.
- Oklahoma Day is mainly celebrated in Oklahoma state.
- Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day is normally arranged on the last week of April every year.
- Confederate Memorial Day is a legal holiday in Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia to commemorate the heroic death of soldiers during the American Civil War in the 1860s. It is celebrated as Confederate Heroes' Day in Florida.
- Lag BaOmer celebrated on the 18th day of the month of Iyar according to the Jewish calendar. So the date varies every year.
- Orthodox Good Friday is celebrated as a later date of Good Friday. The day celebrates in many western churches. The date varies every year according to the day Good Friday
- Kentucky Oaks is a sporting event. It arranges for the last Friday of April or the first Friday of May.
- The date of Orthodox Holy Saturday is followed by Julian Calendar so the dates vary.
- Kentucky Derby is a sporting event usually held on the first Saturday of May.
- National Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Day every year falls on the first Saturday of May.
- Lei Day is a festival only celebrates in Hawaii state.
- Orthodox Easter is mainly celebrated for Jesus’ resurrection period. The date mainly fixed by the Julian, gregorian calendar so the date varies every year.
- Orthodox Easter Monday date varies every year.
- Kent State Shootings Remembrance is the remembrance festival of Kent State University in Ohio.
- Rhode Island Independence Day is a public holiday only in Rhode Island.
- In the USA Military Spouse Appreciation Day is celebrated on the Friday before Mother's Day.
- Mother's Day mainly occurs on the second Sunday of the month of May.
- Confederate Memorial Day is an event to commemorate the soldiers who died in The American Civil war in the 1860s. This day celebrates different days in many states.
- Kamehameha Day is a state festival in Hawaii. It is a public holiday in Hawaii
- Ascension Day celebrates on the 40th day of Easter.
- Eid al-Fitr date fixed on moon sighting so the date varies from country to country every year. In most Muslim countries, it is a public holiday.
- Armed Forces Day celebrates on the third Monday of May.
- Preakness Stakes is a sporting event. It occurs after two weeks of the Kentucky Derby event.
- Shavuot celebrates after 50 days of Passover. It is a Jewish holiday
- Emergency Medical Services for Children Day celebrates on Wednesday of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week. It usually falls on 19-25 of May.
- National Defense Transportation Day celebrates on the third Friday of May.
- Harvey Milk Day is a festival of California's.
- Pentecost celebrates on the 50s day after Easter.
- Whit Monday celebrates on the next day of Pentecost.
- Trinity Sunday celebrates on the first Sunday after Pentecost.
- Memorial Day is an event where people commemorate the men & women who led their lives in Military services in America.
- Jefferson Davis' Birthday celebrates in three states of America. But all the states celebrate Jefferson Davis' Birthday on different dates. In Mississippi on 31st May, 3rd June in Florida, 7th June in Alabama. The date varies every year.
- After five weeks of Kentucky Derby, Belmont Stakes held on Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. It is a sporting event.
- Bunker Hill Day is a celebration of Massachusetts which celebrates on or around 17th June.
- Juneteenth Independence Day is a state holiday in some areas.
- Emancipation Day is a state holiday in Texas. In Ohio, it celebrates on 22nd September.
- Mainly Father's Day celebrates on the third Sunday of June. On this sequence this year it is on 20th June.
- West Virginia Day is a state holiday for West Virginia. As this year it falls on Sunday so Monday is also a holiday.
- Celebration of Independence Day of the USA lasts for two days.
- Nathan Bedford Forrest Day is a local festival in Tennessee.
- Tisha B'Av celebrates on the 9th day of the month of Av according to the Jewish calendar.
- Eid al-Adha date depends on the lunar calendar. According to the lunar calendar & moon sighting, the date varies from country to country every year.
- Pioneer Day is a state festival in Utah. It is a public holiday in Ultah.
- Parents' Day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of July.
- International Friendship Day worldwide celebrates on July 30. In many countries, people celebrate on the first Sunday of August.
- Victory Day of Rhode Island usually falls on or around 9th August. It is a state holiday in Rhode Island.
- Bennington Battle Day is a state holiday in Vermont.
- Lyndon Baines Johnson Day is a state holiday in Texas.
- Labor Day celebrates on the first Monday. So the day changes every year.
- Rosh Hashana is a Jewish holiday. The celebration starts on the first day of the month Tishrei according to Jewish Calender.
- Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day celebrates on the first Saturday after Labor Day.
- National Grandparents Day celebrates on the First Sunday after Labor Day.
- Yom Kippur is observed on the 10th day of the month Trishari according to the Jewish calendar. It is a Jewish holiday.
- National POW/MIA Recognition Day is mainly celebrated on the 3rd Friday of September
- National CleanUp Day does not have any fixed date. Usually celebrates in mid-September.
- The First Day of Sukkot celebrates on the 15th day of the first month according to the Jewish calendar which is Tishrei. It is a Jewish holiday,
- Native American Day is a state holiday in California, Nevada on 24th September. Whereas it celebrates in Arizona on 2nd June.
- American Indian Heritage Day celebrates the different days in different states. In Montana, Texas it celebrates on 24th September, Alabama celebrates on 11th October. In Maryland, it celebrates on 26th November.
- Michigan Indian Day celebrates on the last Friday of September every year.
- Gold Star Mother's Day observes on the last Sunday of September every year.
- The Last Day of the Sukkot date follows the Jewish calendar.
- American Indian Day is a state festival in Tennessee. Observes on the last Monday of September every year.
- Shmini Atzeret celebrates on the day after the Sukkot period. It is a Jewish celebration.
- Simchat Torah is a Jewish holiday that celebrates after the day of Shmini Atzeret. The day fixed according to the Jewish calendar.
- World Sight Day celebrates on the second Thursday of the month of October.
- Milad-un-Nabi/Mawlid/Mouloud is celebrated on the 17th Rabi' al-awwal according to the Islamic calendar. It is a public holiday in Muslim countries.
- Halloween celebrates on the day after All Saints.
- Rosa Parks Day is locally observe in Ohio and Oregon and stately observed in Alabama
- Last Day of Chanukah is Jewish holiday
- Feast of the Immaculate Conception is generally observed by the Christian Community
- Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe is observed by the Christian Community
- It is the eve of Christmas day
- Christmas Day is observed throughout the world among the Christian Community
- Day After Christmas Day is state holiday in KS, NC, SC, TX
- Day off for New Year's Day is Federal Holiday in USA