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Rosh Hashana Eve in Israel

Is Rosh Hashana Eve a Public Holiday?

Even though Rosh Hashana Eve falls on Friday, September 18, 2020, it is a working day. Most businesses follow regular opening hours in Israel.

Rosh Hashana Eve Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015SunSep 13Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2016SunOct 2Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2017WedSep 20Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2018SunSep 9Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2019SunSep 29Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2020FriSep 18Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2021MonSep 6Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2022SunSep 25Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2023FriSep 15Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2024WedOct 2Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew
2025MonSep 22Rosh Hashana EveObservance, Hebrew

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