LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The majority of the major holidays celebrated in the United States fall during the week in 2023, with Christmas occurring on a Monday and Halloween on a Tuesday.

Federal and state governments observe holidays that fall on Saturdays on the Friday before. Federal and state holidays that fall on Sundays are observed the following Monday.

USPS mail service is suspended on federal holidays. Generally, stock market trading is halted on federal holidays and banks are closed.

For those trying to plan ahead, here’s which date and day of the week major holidays fall on in 2023:

  • Sunday, Jan. 1: New Year’s Day
  • Monday, Jan. 2: New Year’s Day observed (federal holiday)
  • Monday, Jan. 16: Martin Luther King Jr. Day (federal holiday)
  • Tuesday, Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day
  • Monday, Feb. 20: Presidents’ Day (federal holiday)
  • Wednesday, Feb. 22: Ash Wednesday
  • Tuesday, March 7: Holi
  • Sunday, March 12: Daylight Saving Time begins
  • Friday, March 17: St. Patrick’s Day
  • Monday, March 20: First day of spring
  • Thursday, March 23: Ramadan begins
  • Sunday, April 2: Palm Sunday
  • Wednesday, April 5: First night of Passover
  • Friday, April 7: Good Friday
  • Sunday, April 9: Easter
  • Tuesday, April 18: Tax Day
  • Friday, May 5: Cinco de Mayo
  • Sunday, May 14: Mother’s Day
  • Monday, May 29: Memorial Day (federal holiday)
  • Sunday, June 18: Father’s Day
  • Monday, June 19: Juneteenth (federal holiday)
  • Wednesday, June 21: First day of summer
  • Tuesday, July 4: Independence Day (federal holiday)
  • Monday, Sept. 4: Labor Day (federal holiday)
  • Saturday, Sept. 16: Rosh Hashana
  • Saturday, Sept. 23: First day of fall
  • Monday, Sept. 25: Yom Kippur
  • Monday, Oct. 9: Columbus Day (federal holiday) / Indigenous People’s Day
  • Friday, Oct. 27: Nevada Day (state holiday)
  • Tuesday, Oct. 31: Halloween
  • Sunday, Nov. 5: Daylight Saving Time ends
  • Friday, Nov, 10: Veterans Day (federal holiday)
  • Saturday, Nov. 11: Veterans Day
  • Sunday, Nov. 12: Diwali
  • Thursday, Nov. 23: Thanksgiving (federal holiday)
  • Thursday, Dec. 7: First night of Hannukah
  • Thursday, Dec. 21: First day of winter
  • Sunday, Dec. 24: Christmas Eve
  • Monday, Dec. 25: Christmas (federal holiday)
  • Tuesday, Dec. 26: First day of Kwanzaa
  • Sunday, Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve
  • Monday, Jan. 1, 2024: First day of 2024 (federal holiday)