2017 May Day

Annual Fall

1st May

List of May Day dates by year

20181st MayTuesday
20191st MayWednesday
20201st MayFriday
20211st MaySaturday
20221st MaySunday
20231st MayMonday
20241st MayWednesday
20251st MayThursday
20261st MayFriday
20271st MaySaturday

May Day on May 1 is an ancient northern hemisphere spring festival and usually a public holiday; it is also a traditional spring holiday in many cultures. Dances, singing, and cake are usually part of the celebrations that the day includes.

May Day

May Day, the first of May is celebrated around the world. It has a number of meanings. In many other countries it is a celebration of spring and the coming of summer. It is celebrated with many spring flowers, many of them blooming right in your own backyard. To communist and socialist countries, it is a celebration for the workers.

In many countries it is celebrated as part of a one to three day holiday. Of particular note, it is not a national holiday in the United States, except in Hawaii where it is known as "Lei Day"




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Now a day we need more and more information about different countries, different religions throughout the world, for our various needs. 2015 Holidays page is an attempt from us to make your lives little easy. Here in one place you can get lots of information about different countries' holidays.

We provide holidays for around thirty counties including Unites States, United Kingdom, India, Australia, Singapore, China, Canada, Malaysia, Indonesia etc. Religious festivals like Hindu Festivals, Islamic Festivals, Jewish Festivals, Christian Festivals, Sikh Festivals and Buddhist Festivals.

Apart from that we have also provided the list of many International Holidays. In our continuous effort to serve you better, we have provided brief descriptions for most of the holidays. Hope it will help you to know more about a particular holiday like when, why and how the day is celebrated.

International Years - The United Nations picks several topics or themes each year that are the focus of the calendar year. In 2015, these are: International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies and International Year of Soils.

Monthly Holidays and Observances are those that are recognized throughout the entire Month such as the Military Holiday of Month of the Military Child recognized in April each year.

Weekly Holidays and Observances are those that fall within certain weeks of each month. Most of these have what is called Movable Dates each year, as opposed to Fixed Dates. Typical Holidays will be recognized during the First Week of the Month, Second Week of the Month etc. Some Weekly Holidays have specific dates that they fall on that are the same dates each year, like National Park Week is always on April 18 - 24th each year.