Sukkot for the year 2023 is celebrated/ observed on sundown of September 29 ending at sundown on Friday, October 6.
Sukkot is a seven day Jewish festival with the first day starting on 15th day of the month of Tishri according to the Hebrew Calendar. The day relates to the exodus of the Jewish people from Egypt and their wandering through the desert for 40 years.
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(Dates, Customs and History for Sukkot)
|Name(s):||Sukkot, Feast of Tabernacles, Feast of the Ingathering, Sukkos, Feast of Booths|
|When:||7 day festival start on 15th of Tishri in Hebrew Calendar|
Days till Sukkot 2023
There are 2020 days until the celebration/ observance of Sukkot 2023.
- Related Holidays in 2023:
- Hanukkah 2023,
- Tu B'Shevat 2023,
- Purim 2023,
- Passover 2023,
- Yom Hashoah 2023,
- Lag BaOmer 2023,
- Shavuot 2023,
- Tisha B'Av 2023,
- Yom Kippur 2023,
- Rosh Hashana 2023,
- Sukkot 2023,
- Shemini Atzeret 2023,
- Simchat Torah 2023
National Holidays for 2023
|New Years Day 2023 - Sunday, Jan 1||Fathers Day 2023 - Sunday, June 18|
|Martin Luther King 2023 - Monday, Jan 16||4th of July 2023 - Tuesday, July 4|
|Valentines Day 2023 - Tuesday, Feb 14||Labor Day 2023 - Monday, Sept 4|
|Presidents Day 2023 - Monday, Feb 20||Columbus Day 2023 - Monday, Oct 9|
|St. Patrick's Day 2023 - Friday, Mar 17||Halloween 2023 - Tuesday, Oct 31|
|Easter 2023 - Sunday, Apr 9||Veterans Day 2023 - Saturday, Nov 11|
|Mothers Day 2023 - Sunday, May 14||Thanksgiving 2023 - Thursday, Nov 23|
|Memorial Day 2023 - Monday, May 29||Christmas Day 2023 - Monday, Dec 25|
|Holidays in red are federal holidays.|