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All Saints' Eve in Sweden

Is All Saints' Eve a Public Holiday?

All Saints' Eve is traditionally a partial non-working day. Many employers give their workers at least part of the day off. Expect reduced opening hours.

All Saints' Eve Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015FriOct 30All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2016FriNov 4All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2017FriNov 3All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2018FriNov 2All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2019FriNov 1All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2020FriOct 30All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2021FriNov 5All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2022FriNov 4All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2023FriNov 3All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2024FriNov 1All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday
2025FriOct 31All Saints' EveDe facto half holiday

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