2017 Festival of Sleep Day

Annual Fall

3rd January

List of Festival of Sleep Day dates by year

20183rd JanuaryWednesday
20193rd JanuaryThursday
20203rd JanuaryFriday
20213rd JanuarySunday
20223rd JanuaryMonday
20233rd JanuaryTuesday
20243rd JanuaryWednesday
20253rd JanuaryFriday
20263rd JanuarySaturday
20273rd JanuarySunday

Festival of Sleep Day is observed on January 03. No, you are not dreaming. But, perhaps you should be. Festival of Sleep Day is today. It is an opportunity to sleep in, snooze, doze, nap, and catch 40 winks.

We feel this is the perfect date for Festival of Sleep Day. The holidays are over...Wow, weren't they exhausting! It's cold and snowy.... time to hibernate. And, why not re-charge the batteries as a new year of school and work begins?

Festival of Sleep Day

Festival of Sleep Day is a favorite holiday to catch up on a little sleep. Whether its all day, a full 8 hours, or just a power nap, enjoy the day sleeping. Cozy up in bed on the couch, or any other comfortable place. Oh.... don't forget your favorite stuffed animal.  It's okay to sleep alone, sleep alone or with someone else. We do not recommend groups sleeps.




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