United States Public Holidays 2019


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

2019

1 January New Year’s Day (New Year’s Day)
26 January Martin Luther King’s Day (Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)
16 February President’s Day (President’s Day)
25 May Remembrance Day (Memorial Day)
4 July Independence Day (Independence Day)
7 September Labour Day (Labour’s Day)
12 October Columbus Day (Columbus Day)
11 November Veteran’s Day (Veterans Day)
26 November Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving)
25 December Christmas (Christmas)
2020

1 January New Year’s Day (New Year’s Day)
25 January Martin Luther King’s Day (Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)
15 February President’s Day (President’s Day)
30 May Remembrance Day (Memorial Day)
4 July Independence Day (Independence Day)
5 September Labour Day (Labour’s Day)
10 October Columbus Day (Columbus Day)
11 November Veteran’s Day (Veterans Day)
24 November Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving)
25 December Christmas (Christmas)
2021

1 January New Year’s Day (New Year’s Day)
23 January Martin Luther King’s Day (Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)
20 February President’s Day (President’s Day)
29 May Remembrance Day (Memorial Day)
4 July Independence Day (Independence Day)
4 September Labour Day (Labour’s Day)
9 October Columbus Day (Columbus Day)
11 November Veteran’s Day (Veterans Day)
23 November Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving)
25 December Christmas (Christmas)