Jewish holidays calendar

Use this Jewish Holidays Calendar for 2021-2030

Jewish Holidays Calendar Dates From 2021-2030

You might be surprised to discover that Jewish holidays like Hanukkah and Passover actually start on the same day every single year. Hanukkah is on the 25th of Kislev each year and Passover always falls on the 14th day of Nisan. But, the Jewish year is not the same length as a solar year which is why we are constantly having to look up the dates of the Jewish holidays on the civil calendar.

The Jewish calendar uses a 12-month lunar calendar with an extra month occasionally added. Our holidays follow the moon cycles, so they typically fall on a full moon. This is also the reason why the Jewish holidays begin and end at sundown, rather than at midnight. The start dates for this calendar begin on the erev or first night of the holiday.

Sometimes, these dates can really throw you for a loop. Remember when Hanukkah was on Thanksgiving in 2013? That was jarring. Well, there will be two Hanukkahs in 2025 and 2028 because Hanukkah will end on January 2nd and January 1st, respectively.

Since this can be all difficult to keep track of, I went ahead and created a calendar for the Jewish Holidays for the next decade, from 2021-2030.

HANUKKAHPASSOVER*
Hanukkah 2021:
Sunday, November 28th – Monday, December 6th
Passover 2021:
Saturday, March 27th – Saturday, April 3rd
Hanukkah 2022:
Sunday, December 18th – Monday, December 26th
Passover 2022:
Friday, April 15th – Friday, April 22nd
Hanukkah 2023:
Thursday, December 7th – Friday, December 15th
Passover 2023:
Wednesday, April 5th – Wednesday, April 12th
Hanukkah 2024:
Wednesday, December 25 – Thursday, January 2, 2025
Passover 2024:
Monday, April 22nd – Monday, April 29th
Hanukkah 2025:
Sunday, December 14th – Monday, December 22nd
Passover 2025:
Saturday, April 12th- Saturday, April 19th
Hanukkah 2026:
Friday, December 4th – Saturday, December 12th
Passover 2026:
Wednesday, April 1st – Wednesday, April 8th
Hanukkah 2027:
Friday, December 24th – Saturday, January 1st (2028)
Passover 2027:
Wednesday, April 21st – Wednesday, April 28th
Hanukkah 2028:
Tuesday, December 12th – Wednesday, December 20th
Passover 2028:
Monday, April 10th – Monday, April 17th
Hanukkah 2029:
Saturday, December 1st – Sunday, December 9th
Passover 2029:
Friday, March 30th – Friday, April 6th
Hanukkah 2030:
Friday, December 20th – Saturday, December 28th
Passover 2030:
Wednesday, April 17th – Wednesday, April 24th
*Jews living in Israel, and Jews that are part of the Reform or Reconstructionist movement celebrate Passover for seven days. Conservative and Orthodox Jews living outside of Israel celebrate the festival for eight days.
Date:ROSH HASHANAHYOM KIPPUR
2021Monday, September 6thWednesday, September 15th
2022Saturday, September 25thTuesday, October 4th
2023Friday, September 15thSunday, September 24th
2024Wednesday, October 2ndFriday, October 11th
2025Monday, September 22ndWednesday, October 1st
2026Friday, September 11thSunday, September 20th
2027Friday, October 1stSunday, October 10th
2028Wednesday, September 20thFriday, September 29th
2029Sunday, September 9thTuesday, September 18th
2030Friday, September 27thSunday, October 6th
These are the evening (erev) dates, so the holidays will BEGIN at sundown on the dates listed above.

Jewish Holidays Calendar

The Jewish year begins on Rosh Hashanah and ends just before the following Rosh Hashanah.

2021-2022 (5782)

Rosh Hashanah 2021: Monday, September 6th

Yom Kippur 2021: Wednesday, September 15th

Sukkot 2021: Monday, September 20th – Monday, September 27th

Simchat Torah 2021: Tuesday, September 28th

Hanukkah 2021: Sunday, November 28th – Monday, December 6th

Tu B’shevat 2022: Sunday, January 16th – Monday, January 17th

Purim 2022: Wednesday, March 16th

Passover 2022: Friday, April 15th – Friday, April 22nd

Shavuot 2022: Saturday, June 4th

2022-2023 (5783)

Rosh Hashanah 2022: Saturday, September 25th

Yom Kippur 2022: Tuesday, October 4th

Sukkot 2022: Sunday, October 9th – Sunday, October 16th

Simchat Torah 2022: Monday, October 17th

Hanukkah 2022: Sunday, December 18th – Monday, December 26th

Tu B’shevat 2023: Sunday, February 5th – Monday, February 6th

Purim 2023: Monday, March 6th

Passover 2023: Wednesday, April 5th – Wednesday, April 12th

Shavuot 2023: Thursday, May 25th

2023-2024 (5784)

Rosh Hashanah 2023: Friday, September 15th

Yom Kippur 2023: Sunday, September 24th

Sukkot 2023: Friday, September 29th – Friday, October 6th

Simchat Torah 2023: Saturday, October 7th

Hanukkah 2023: Thursday, December 7th – Friday, December 15th

Tu B’shevat 2024: Wednesday, January 24th – Thursday, January 25th

Purim 2024: Saturday, March 23rd

Passover 2024: Monday, April 22nd – Monday, April 29th

Shavuot 2024: Tuesday, June 11th

2024-2025 (5785)

Rosh Hashanah 2024: Wednesday, October 2nd

Yom Kippur 2024: Friday, October 11th

Sukkot 2024: Wednesday, October 16th – Wednesday, October 23rd

Simchat Torah 2024: Thursday, October 24th

Hanukkah 2024: Wednesday, December 25th – Thursday, January 2nd (2025)

Tu B’shevat 2025: Wednesday, February 12th – Thursday, February 13th

Purim 2025: Thursday, March 13th

Passover 2025: Saturday, April 12th- Saturday, April 19th

Shavuot 2025: Sunday, June 1st

2025-2026 (5786)

Rosh Hashanah 2025: Monday, September 22nd

Yom Kippur 2025: Wednesday, October 1st

Sukkot 2025: Monday, October 6th – Monday, October 13th

Simchat Torah 2025: Tuesday, October 14th

Hanukkah 2025: Sunday, December 14th – Monday, December 22nd

Tu B’shevat 2026: Sunday, February 1st – Monday, February 2nd

Purim 2026: Monday, March 2nd

Passover 2026: Wednesday, April 1st – Wednesday, April 8th

Shavuot 2026: Thursday, May 21st

2026-2027 (5787)

Rosh Hashanah 2026: Friday, September 11th

Yom Kippur 2026: Sunday, September 20th

Sukkot 2026: Friday, September 25th – Friday, October 2nd

Simchat Torah 2026: Saturday, October 3rd

Hanukkah 2026: Friday, December 4th – Saturday, December 12th

Tu B’shevat 2027: Friday, January 22nd – Saturday, January 23rd

Purim 2027: Monday, March 22nd

Passover 2027: Wednesday, April 21st – Wednesday, April 28th

Shavuot 2027: Thursday, June 10th

2027-2028 (5788)

Rosh Hashanah 2027: Friday, October 1st

Yom Kippur 2027: Sunday, October 10th

Sukkot 2027: Friday, October 15th – Friday, October 22nd

Simchat Torah 2027: Saturday, October 23rd

Hanukkah 2027: Friday, December 24th – Saturday, January 1 (2028)

Tu B’shevat 2028: Friday, February 11th – Saturday, February 12th

Purim 2028: Saturday, March 11th

Passover 2028: Monday, April 10th – Monday, April 17th

Shavuot 2028: Tuesday, May 30th

2028-2029 (5789)

Rosh Hashanah 2028: Wednesday, September 20th

Yom Kippur 2028: Friday, September 29th

Sukkot 2028: Wednesday, October 4th – Wednesday, October 11th

Simchat Torah 2028: Thursday, October 12th

Hanukkah 2028: Tuesday, December 12th – Wednesday, December 20th

Tu B’shevat 2029: Tuesday, January 30th – Wednesday, January 31st

Purim 2029: Wednesday, February 28th

Passover 2029: Friday, March 30th – Friday, April 6th

Shavuot 2029: Saturday, May 19th

2029-2030 (5790)

Rosh Hashanah 2029: Sunday, September 9th

Yom Kippur 2029: Tuesday, September 18th

Sukkot 2029: Sunday, September 23rd – Sunday, September 30th

Simchat Torah 2029: Monday, October 1st

Hanukkah 2029: Saturday, December 1st – Sunday, December 9th

Tu B’shevat 2030: Friday, January 18th – Saturday, January 19th

Purim 2030: Monday, March 18th

Passover 2030: Wednesday, April 17th – Wednesday, April 24th

Shavuot 2030: Thursday, June 6th

Length of Jewish Holidays:

Jewish HolidayIsraelOutside Israel (Orthodox/Conservative)Reform
Rosh Hashanah2 days2 days1 or 2 days
Yom Kippur1 day1 day1 day
Sukkot7 days7 days7 days
Hanukkah8 days8 days8 days
Purim 1 day1 day1 day
Passover7 days8 days7 days
Shavuot1 day2 days1 day

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