Mon6

Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is also known as the Jewish New Year and is celebrated with a feast. The staple foods on the table are apples, honey, autumn veggies, and fish.
Mon6

Labor Day in the USA

It is a big holiday in the USA, aimed at honoring working people and their contributions to national prosperity, strength, and well-being. This holiday also means an unofficial end of summer, so people celebrate with barbeque and fireworks.

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Tue7

Independence Day in Brazil

The Brazil Independence Day, Sete de Setembro, is celebrated on the 7th of September. On this day in 1822, Brazil declared Independence from Portuguese rule.
Sun12

Video Games Day

Video Games Day is an unofficial holiday that started between the 20th and 21st centuries. It unites the PS, PC, Xbox, and Nintendo players of all ages.
Wed15

Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atonement, is Israel’s holiest celebration, a day of purity and closeness to God. On that day Jews would abstain from food, drinks, marital relationships and instead spend the day praying for forgiveness.

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Wed15

International Day of Democracy

The Day of Democracy was established by the UN in 2007. It commemorates the humanitarian value of democracy, educates about its mechanism and potential.
Sat18

Oktoberfest

This annual 16 to 18-day folk fest is the largest beer festival in the world that takes place in Bavaria. This so-called party attracts not only Germans but all fans of beer, sausages, and pretzels from all over the world.

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Mon20

Sukkot

Sukkot, commonly known as the Feast of Tabernacles or Festival of Shelters, is a happy week-long religious celebration loved dearly by all Jewish people. During the festival period all food should not be taken at home, but only in a sukkah, a traditional shelter with 3 or 4 walls and a roof made of leaves or plants. It takes place around early October, perfectly aligned with the Indian Summer period. The first and last days of Sukkot are public holidays in Israel.

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Wed22

First Day of Fall

When the amount of daytime and nighttime equals in Autumn, it means the Autumn Equinox has come. This day is considered the first day of Fall, marking the point when the nights become longer and bring the colds and winter weather.

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Mon27

World Tourism Day

This day has been set up by the International Tourism Organization to note the importance of tourism for the society, economy, and humanitarian goals.
Sun26

Hoshana Rabbah

Hoshana Rabbah, or the Great Hosannah, marks the seventh day of Sukkot, putting a cap on the week-long celebration of the Sukkot in the tabernacles. On this day, the divine judgment that started on Yom Kippur is sealed and delivered to the believers.

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Mon27

Shemini Atzeret

Shemini Atzeret holiday comes immediately after Sukkot, as an extra day of calmness after the busy and dense week of the services and celebrations. Since Sukkot lasts for seven days, Shemini Atzeret, though a separate holiday, becomes de-facto the Eighth day of Sukkot.

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The upcoming holidays

September is all about hard work, a fresh start, new ambitions, and inspiration. People turn back to their daily routines, setting goals, and dealing with important stuff after their August fun. Plan your social media calendar for September around the following events: Labor Day, Oktoberfest, Yom Kippur, International Day of Democracy, First Day of Fall, and Independence Day (Brazil).

Forget-me-nots are the symbol of September. Create designs with these beautiful flowers and kindly remind your users to take the last breath of warmth before the upcoming changes in the weather, the pace of life, and overall mood take place. The best idea for the marketing campaign you can make in September is Back-to-school. Engage your target audience by throwing a giveaway or a contest on social media, post a couple of stories related to the event, and launch several ads to reach out more efficiently.