Ethiopia Public Holidays 2019

Searching for the public holidays in Ethiopia? All public holidays in Ethiopia are treated like Sundays. This means that most of the Ethiopia employees have a day off and all schools are closed on these holidays. If you are planning a trip to Ethiopia and want to know what the national and regional holidays are, check the details in the tables below.

2019

7 January Christmas
8 January Birth of the Prophet (Mawlid al-Nabi)
19 January Epiphany (Timkat)
2 March Victory Day
10 April Good Friday (Siklet)
1 May Labour Day
5 May Patriots’ Day
28 May End of the Military Regime
17 July End of Ramadan (Eid El Fitr)
11 September New Year’s Day (Enkutatash)
22 September Sacrifice Feast (Eid El Adha)
27 September Finding of the True Cross (Meskel)
2020

7 January Christmas
19 January Epiphany (Timkat)
2 March Victory Day
29 April Good Friday (Siklet)
1 May Labour Day
5 May Patriots’ Day
28 May End of the Military Regime
6 July End of Ramadan (Eid El Fitr)
11 September New Year’s Day (Enkutatash)
11 September Sacrifice Feast (Eid El Adha)
27 September Finding of the True Cross (Meskel)
27 December Birth of the Prophet (Mawlid al-Nabi)
2021

7 January Christmas
19 January Epiphany (Timkat)
2 March Victory Day
14 April Good Friday (Siklet)
1 May Labour Day
5 May Patriots’ Day
28 May End of the Military Regime
25 June End of Ramadan (Eid El Fitr)
31 August Sacrifice Feast (Eid El Adha)
11 September New Year’s Day (Enkutatash)
27 September Finding of the True Cross (Meskel)
16 December Birth of the Prophet (Mawlid al-Nabi)