Calendar of Hebraic Feast and Holy Days 20122021*

Feast and Holy
Days and Dates
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Purim
Adar 14
Mar. 8 Feb. 24 Mar. 16 Mar. 5 Mar. 24 Mar. 12 Mar. 1 Mar. 21 Mar. 10 Feb. 26
Pesach (Passover)
Aviv 14
Apr. 7 Mar. 26 Apr. 15 Apr. 4 Apr. 23 Apr. 11 Mar. 31 Apr. 20 Apr. 9 Mar. 28
Feast of Firstfruits
Aviv ___ (varies)
Apr. 8 Mar. 31 Apr. 20 Apr. 5 Apr. 24 Apr. 16 Apr. 1 Apr. 21 Apr. 12 Apr. 11
Shavuot
(Feast of Weeks)

Sivan ___ (varies)
May 27
May 27
May 19
May 14
June 8
June 4
May 24
May 24
June 12
June 12
June 4
May 31
May 20
May 20
June 9
June 9
May 31
May 29
May 23
May 17
Rosh haShanah
(Feast of Trumpets)

Tishri 1
Sep. 17 Sep. 5 Sep. 25 Sep. 14 Oct. 3 Sep. 21 Sep. 10 Sep. 30 Sep. 19 Sep. 7
Yom Kippur
(Day of Atonement)

Tishri 10
Sep. 26 Sep. 14 Oct. 4 Sep. 23 Oct. 12 Sep. 30 Sep. 19 Oct. 9 Sep. 28 Sep. 16
Sukkot
(Feast of Tabernacles)

Tishri 15-22
Oct. 1 Sep. 19 Oct. 9 Sep. 28 Oct. 17 Oct. 5 Sep. 24 Oct. 14 Oct. 3 Sep. 21
Hanukkah
(Feast of Dedication)

Kislev 25
Dec. 9 Nov. 28 Dec. 17 Dec. 7 Dec. 25 Dec. 13 Dec. 3 Dec. 23 Dec. 11 Nov. 29
*Note: Some Hebrew feasts and festivals last for longer than one day.  The days listed are the first full day of a feast, festival or holy day (following its commencement at sundown the night before), except for Passover which begins at mid-afternoon on Aviv 14 (see Passover and Related Periods chart).

Note: Some calculate the first day of Shavuot (the Feast of Weeks = Pentecost) as being the fiftieth day following the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a special Sabbath.  (This is the bottom date.)  Others, including myself, begin the fifty-day count from the day after the regular Sabbath of that week, causing Shavuot always to occur on a the first day of the week.  (This is the top date.)  See more at Calculating the Timing of Shavuot or Pentecost.

To find the dates of Hebrew feasts, festivals and holy days in various years, go to Jewish Holidays.