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Midsummer Eve in Sweden

Is Midsummer Eve a Public Holiday?

Midsummer Eve is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Midsummer Eve Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010FriJun 25Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2011FriJun 24Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2012FriJun 22Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2013FriJun 21Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2014FriJun 20Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2015FriJun 19Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2016FriJun 24Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2017FriJun 23Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2018FriJun 22Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2019FriJun 21Midsummer EveDe facto holiday
2020FriJun 19Midsummer EveDe facto holiday

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