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Parties On Special Days

International

  • Christmas
  • Halloween
  • International Friendship Day
  • Mardi Gras
  • New Year's Day
  • New Year's Eve

Australia

  • Australia Day
  • Grand Final Saturday
  • Melbourne Cup Day (Melbourne metropolitan region only)

Canada

  • Canada Day
  • Victoria Day

France

  • Bastille Day

India

  • Chaand Raat (Eid)
  • Diwali
  • Holi
  • Christmas

Iran

  • Nowruz

Ireland

  • Saint Patrick‚Äôs Day

Israel

  • Passover
  • Hanukkah
  • Purim

Mexico

  • Cinco de Mayo

New Zealand

  • Waitangi Day

Pakistan

  • Pakistan Day
  • Yom-e-Istiqlal
  • Basant

Scotland

  • Hogmanay

Sweden

  • Midsummer Eve

Turkic Countries (Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan etc.)

  • Nowruz

United Kingdom

United States

  • Independence Day, aka the Fourth of July
  • Super Bowl Sunday

Uruguay

  • Nostalgia Night, the night before the Declaration of Independence

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