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Rosh Hashana, commonly known as the Jewish New Year, is the first day of Tishrei, the seventh month in the Hebrew calendar. In the table below, you will find when Rosh Hashana 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|
||Thursday||September 9||Rosh Hashana|
||Thursday||September 29||Rosh Hashana|
||Monday||September 17||Rosh Hashana|
||Thursday||September 5||Rosh Hashana|
||Thursday||September 25||Rosh Hashana|
||Monday||September 14||Rosh Hashana|
||Monday||October 3||Rosh Hashana|
||Thursday||September 21||Rosh Hashana|
||Monday||September 10||Rosh Hashana|
||Monday||September 30||Rosh Hashana|
||Saturday||September 19||Rosh Hashana|
||Tuesday||September 7||Rosh Hashana|
||Monday||September 26||Rosh Hashana|
||Saturday||September 16||Rosh Hashana|
||Thursday||October 3||Rosh Hashana|
||Tuesday||September 23||Rosh Hashana|
These dates may be modified as official changes are announced, so please check back regularly for updates or sign up for our newsletter to receive regular updates. All updates are automatically added to our API as well.Our team of holiday editors are continuously monitoring for changes from government agencies and local authorities to this data to ensure we're providing the most accurate information possible. If you happen to notice an error, please get in touch.