Purim is a Jewish holiday to celebrate the deliverance of the Jewish people from a plot to kill all of them during the Persian empire, as told in the scroll of Esther. In the table below, you will find when Purim (Tel Aviv) is official marked and celebrated in Israel over a span of 15 years. All the information display below is also available via our API as well as downloadable as a csv. Signup here to get started.

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Year Day of the Week Date Name
2010
Sunday February 28 Purim
2011
Sunday March 20 Purim
2012
Thursday March 8 Purim
2013
Sunday February 24 Purim
2014
Sunday March 16 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2015
Thursday March 5 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2016
Thursday March 24 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2017
Sunday March 12 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2018
Thursday March 1 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2019
Thursday March 21 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2020
Tuesday March 10 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2021
Friday February 26 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2022
Thursday March 17 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2023
Tuesday March 7 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2024
Sunday March 24 Purim (Tel Aviv)
2025
Friday March 14 Purim (Tel Aviv)

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