Passover marks the Israelites' liberation from slavery and their exodus from Egypt around 3000 years ago. In the table below, you will find when Passover (first day) is official marked and celebrated in United States 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
Tuesday March 30 Passover (first day)
2011
Tuesday April 19 Passover (first day)
2012
Saturday April 7 Passover (first day)
2013
Tuesday March 26 Passover (first day)
2014
Tuesday April 15 Passover (first day)
2015
Saturday April 4 Passover (first day)
2016
Saturday April 23 Passover (first day)
2017
Tuesday April 11 Passover (first day)
2018
Saturday March 31 Passover (first day)
2019
Saturday April 20 Passover (first day)
2020
Thursday April 9 Passover (first day)
2021
Sunday March 28 Passover (first day)
2022
Saturday April 16 Passover (first day)
2023
Thursday April 6 Passover (first day)
2024
Tuesday April 23 Passover (first day)
2025
Sunday April 13 Passover (first day)

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