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Mid-Autumn Festival in Taiwan

Is Mid-Autumn Festival a Public Holiday?

Mid-Autumn Festival is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Mid-Autumn Festival Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015SunSep 27Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2016ThuSep 15Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2017WedOct 4Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2018MonSep 24Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2019FriSep 13Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2020ThuOct 1Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2021TueSep 21Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2022SatSep 10Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2023FriSep 29Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2024TueSep 17Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
2025MonOct 6Mid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday

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