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Upcoming Sweden Public Holidays

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This page contains the list of upcoming Sweden public holidays, bank holidays, government holidays, regional public holidays, non-working national holidays and sectorial holidays from June 2024 to May 2025. The data on this page is also accessible via our free Android and iPhone mobile apps, whose data feed is also updated nightly.

Below is the list of Sweden public holidays from June 2024 to May 2025:


Date Weekday Public Holiday Observance
Thursday National Day (Nationaldagen)
Friday Bank Holiday banks
Saturday Midsummer's Day (Midsommardagen)
Saturday All Saints' Day (Allhelgonadagen)
Tuesday Bank Holiday banks
Wednesday Christmas Day (Juldagen)
Thursday Second Day of Christmas (Annandag jul)
Tuesday Bank Holiday banks
Wednesday New Year's Day (Nyårsdagen)
Monday Epiphany (Trettondagen)
Friday Good Friday (Långfredagen)
Saturday Bank Holiday banks
Sunday Easter (Påskdagen)
Monday Easter Monday (Annandag påsk)
Thursday May Day (Första maj)
Thursday Ascension Day (Kristi himmelsfärdsdag)

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Global Holidays Observed in Sweden


Below is the list of global holidays observed as non-working public holidays in Sweden, with the dates of these global holidays for the next 10 years (2024-2034).

Sweden Background Information and Links