Mexico Holidays 2023 and Observances 2023

Get here the updated list of Mexico Holidays 2023 and Observances 2023.

Date Name Type
1 January, Sunday New Year’s Day National Holiday
6 January, Friday Day of the Holy Kings Observance
2 February, Thursday Candlemas Observance
5 February, Sunday Constitution Day National Holiday
14 February, Tuesday Valentine’s Day Observance
22 February, Wednesday Ash Wednesday Observance, Christian
24 February, Friday Flag Day Observance
18 March, Saturday Oil Expropriation Day Observance
21 March, Tuesday Benito Juárez’s Birthday Memorial National Holiday
2 April, Sunday Palm Sunday Observance, Christian
6 April, Thursday Maundy Thursday Bank Holiday
7 April, Friday Good Friday Bank Holiday
8 April, Saturday Holy Saturday Observance
9 April, Sunday Easter Sunday Observance, Christian
30 April, Sunday Children’s Day Observance
1 May, Monday Labor Day / May Day National Holiday
5 May, Friday Battle of Puebla / Cinco de Mayo Common Local Holiday
10 May, Wednesday Mother’s Day Observance
15 May, Monday Teacher’s Day Observance
18 May, Thursday Ascension Day Observance
28 May, Sunday Whit Sunday Observance
8 June, Thursday Corpus Christi Observance
18 June, Sunday Father’s Day Observance
15 August, Tuesday Assumption of Mary Observance
15 September, Friday Shout of Dolores Observance
16 September, Saturday Independence Day National Holiday
12 October, Thursday Columbus Day Observance
31 October, Tuesday Halloween Observance
1 November, Wednesday All Saint’s Day Observance
2 November, Thursday All Soul’s Day Observance
20 November, Monday Revolution Day Memorial National Holiday
26 November, Sunday Christ the King Day Observance
8 December, Friday Feast of the Immaculate Conception Observance
12 December, Tuesday Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe Bank Holiday
24 December, Sunday Christmas Eve Observance, Christian
25 December, Monday Christmas Day National Holiday, Christian
28 December, Thursday Day of the Holy Innocents Observance
31 December, Sunday New Year’s Eve Observance

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