In the tradition of the Jews, there are three “Pilgrim Festivals”. The first one is the Passover that is celebrated to honor the memory of the exodus from the Egypt. The second is the Shavuot that commemorates the giving of Torah at Mountain Sinai. The third and last is the Sukkot which is a celebration that honors the memory of the huts which were places to live for the Prophet Moses and the Israelites for forty years in the desert.
Sukkot 2023 will begin in the evening of Saturday 30th Sep, 2023 (30/09/2023) and ends in the nightfall of Friday 6th Oct, 2023 (06/10/2023).
The next occurrence of Sukkot is marked in red
|When is ...?||starts on||ends on||Days away|
|Sukkot 2024||Friday 18th Oct, 2024||Wednesday 23rd Oct, 2024||starts in 1977 days|
|Sukkot 2023||Sunday 1st Oct, 2023||Friday 6th Oct, 2023||starts in 1594 days|
|Sukkot 2022||Tuesday 11th Oct, 2022||Sunday 16th Oct, 2022||starts in 1239 days|
|Sukkot 2021||Wednesday 22nd Sep, 2021||Monday 27th Sep, 2021||starts in 855 days|
|Sukkot 2020||Saturday 3rd Oct, 2020||Friday 9th Oct, 2020||starts in 501 days|
|Sukkot 2019||Monday 14th Oct, 2019||Sunday 20th Oct, 2019||starts in 146 days|
|Sukkot 2018||Monday 24th Sep, 2018||Sunday 30th Sep, 2018||ended 232 days ago|
|Sukkot 2017||Friday 6th Oct, 2017||Wednesday 11th Oct, 2017||ended 586 days ago|
|Sukkot 2016||Tuesday 18th Oct, 2016||Sunday 23rd Oct, 2016||ended 939 days ago|
|Sukkot 2015||Tuesday 29th Sep, 2015||Sunday 4th Oct, 2015||ended 1324 days ago|
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