Passover is one of the crucial festivals in the Jewish religion that is also known as Pesach. The celebration begins on the evening of the 14th day of Nisan and lasts eight days in the Diaspora and nearly seven days in Israel.
Passover 2018 started on the evening of Thursday 29th Mar, 2018 (29/03/2018) and ended in the nightfall of Saturday 7th Apr, 2018 (07/04/2018).
The next occurrence of Passover is marked in red
|When is ...?||starts on||ends on||Days away|
|Passover 2024||Monday 22nd Apr, 2024||Monday 29th Apr, 2024||starts in 573 days|
|Passover 2023||Wednesday 5th Apr, 2023||Wednesday 12th Apr, 2023||starts in 190 days|
|Passover 2022||Saturday 16th Apr, 2022||Saturday 23rd Apr, 2022||ended 156 days ago|
|Passover 2021||Saturday 27th Mar, 2021||Sunday 4th Apr, 2021||ended 540 days ago|
|Passover 2020||Wednesday 8th Apr, 2020||Thursday 16th Apr, 2020||ended 893 days ago|
|Passover 2019||Friday 19th Apr, 2019||Saturday 27th Apr, 2019||ended 1248 days ago|
|Passover 2018||Friday 30th Mar, 2018||Saturday 7th Apr, 2018||ended 1633 days ago|
|Passover 2017||Monday 10th Apr, 2017||Tuesday 18th Apr, 2017||ended 1987 days ago|
|Passover 2016||Friday 22nd Apr, 2016||Saturday 30th Apr, 2016||ended 2340 days ago|
|Passover 2015||Friday 3rd Apr, 2015||Saturday 11th Apr, 2015||ended 2725 days ago|
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