Tu B’Shevat is known as the “New Year for Trees”, is a Jewish festival similar to Arbor Day. In the table below, you will find when Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat 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
Saturday January 30 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2011
Thursday January 20 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2012
Wednesday February 8 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2013
Saturday January 26 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2014
Thursday January 16 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2015
Wednesday February 4 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2016
Monday January 25 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2017
Saturday February 11 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2018
Wednesday January 31 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2019
Monday January 21 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2020
Monday February 10 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2021
Thursday January 28 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2022
Monday January 17 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2023
Monday February 6 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2024
Thursday January 25 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
2025
Thursday February 13 Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat

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