Jewish Holiday Calendar

Like you, we love Jewish holidays and the traditions associated with celebrating them. And, like you, we don’t always remember when they’re actually happening. We’ve put together this Jewish calendar with the dates, meanings and history of every major Jewish holiday so you’ll know when and why you’re noshing or fasting!

All Jewish holidays begin at sundown on the evening before the date shown. Click on any of the holidays below to learn more.

Jewish Holiday Calendar 2019

Shabbat: Every week

Tu B’Shvat: January 20

Ta’anit Esther: March 20

Purim: March 20

Shushan Purim: March 21

Passover: April 19-27

Yom HaShoa: May 1

Yom Hazikaron: May 7

Yom Ha’atzmaut: May 8

Lag B’Omer: May 22

Shavuot: June 8-June 10

The 17th of Tammuz: July 20

Tish’a B’Av: August 10

Tu Be’Av: August 15

Rosh Hashanah: September 29-October 1

Fast of Gedaliah: October 2

Yom Kippur: October 8

Sukkot: October 13-20

Hoshanah Rabbah: October 5

Shemini Atzeret: October 12

Simchat Torah: October 19

Hanukkah: December 2-10

Jewish Holidays Calendar 2018

Shabbat: Every week

Tu B’Shvat: January 31

Ta’anit Esther: February 28

Purim: March 1

Shushan Purim: March 2

Passover: March 31 – April 7

Yom HaShoa: April 12

Yom Hazikaron: April 18

Yom Ha’atzmaut: April 19

Lag B’Omer: May 3

Shavuot: May 20 – 21

The 17th of Tammuz: July 1

Tish’a B’Av: July 22

Tu Be’Av: July 27

Rosh Hashanah: September 10 – 11

Fast of Gedaliah: September 12

Yom Kippur: September 19

Sukkot: September 24 – 25

Hoshanah Rabbah: September 30

Shemini Atzeret: October 1

Simchat Torah: October 2

Hanukkah: December 3 – 10