United States Holiday List 2023|USA Holiday List 2023|US Stock Market Holidays 2023

United States Holiday List 2023 – The most common Holidays, (Federal) holidays, Stock Market Holidays, etc., of the United States (USA) in 2023 are listed below.

United States Holiday List 2023

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United States Holiday List 2023

DayDateHoliday NameTypeComments
SundayJan 01New Year's DayFederal Holiday
MondayJan 02New Year's Day (in lieu)Federal Holiday
MondayJan 16Martin Luther King Jr. DayFederal Holiday3rd Monday in January
MondayFeb 20President's DayFederal Holiday3rd Monday in February
SundayApr 09Easter SundayNot A Public Holiday
SundayMay 14Mother's DayNot A Public Holiday2nd Sunday in May. Not a public holiday
MondayMay 29Memorial DayFederal HolidayLast Monday in May
SundayJun 18Father's DayNot A Public Holiday3rd Sunday in June. Not a public holiday
MondayJun 19JuneteenthFederal HolidayEmancipation Day
TuesdayJul 04Independence DayFederal Holiday
MondaySep 04Labor DayFederal Holiday1st Monday in September
MondayOct 02Cabrini DayRegional HolidayColorado. First Monday in October
MondayOct 09Columbus DayFederal Holiday2nd Monday in October
MondayOct 09US Indigenous People's DayRegional Holiday
FridayNov 10Veterans DayFederal Holiday
SaturdayNov 11Veterans DayFederal Holiday
MondayNov 13Veterans DayFederal HolidayRhode Island
ThursdayNov 23ThanksgivingFederal Holiday4th Thursday in November
FridayNov 24Day after ThanksgivingRegional HolidayDay after 4th Thursday in November
MondayDec 25Christmas DayFederal Holiday
WednesdayDec 27Christmas HolidayRegional HolidayNorth Carolina

LIST OF HOLIDAYS IN THE USA IN 2023

DayDateHoliday NameTypeComments
SundayJan 01New Year's DayFederal Holiday
MondayJan 02New Year's Day (in lieu)Federal Holiday
MondayJan 16Martin Luther King Jr. DayFederal Holiday3rd Monday in January
MondayFeb 20President's DayFederal Holiday3rd Monday in February
SundayApr 09Easter SundayNot A Public Holiday
SundayMay 14Mother's DayNot A Public Holiday2nd Sunday in May. Not a public holiday
MondayMay 29Memorial DayFederal HolidayLast Monday in May
SundayJun 18Father's DayNot A Public Holiday3rd Sunday in June. Not a public holiday
MondayJun 19JuneteenthFederal HolidayEmancipation Day
TuesdayJul 04Independence DayFederal Holiday
MondaySep 04Labor DayFederal Holiday1st Monday in September
MondayOct 02Cabrini DayRegional HolidayColorado. First Monday in October
MondayOct 09Columbus DayFederal Holiday2nd Monday in October
MondayOct 09US Indigenous People's DayRegional Holiday
FridayNov 10Veterans DayFederal Holiday
SaturdayNov 11Veterans DayFederal Holiday
MondayNov 13Veterans DayFederal HolidayRhode Island
ThursdayNov 23ThanksgivingFederal Holiday4th Thursday in November
FridayNov 24Day after ThanksgivingRegional HolidayDay after 4th Thursday in November
MondayDec 25Christmas DayFederal Holiday
WednesdayDec 27Christmas HolidayRegional HolidayNorth Carolina

US Stock Market Holidays 2023

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) closes for nine holidays in 2023, and the Nasdaq Stock Market follows the same schedule. The exchanges are not commemorating New Year’s Day (see below), so the next holiday closure is on Monday, Jan. 17, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Here is the 2023 holiday schedule for the NYSE and NASDAQ:

DAYDATEHOLIDAYCOMMENTS
MondayJan 02, 2023New Year's Day HolidayFull Day Off
MondayJan 16, 2023M L King DayFull Day Off
MondayFeb 20, 2023Presidents' DayFull Day Off
FridayApr 07, 2023Good FridayFull Day Off
MondayMay 29, 2023Memorial DayFull Day Off
MondayJun 19, 2023JuneteenthFull Day Off
TuesdayJul 04, 2023Independence DayFull Day Off
MondaySep 04, 2023Labor DayFull Day Off
ThursdayNov 23, 2023ThanksgivingFull Day Off
MondayDec 25, 2023ChristmasFull Day Off

U.S. Federal Holiday List in 2023

  • Friday, December 31, 2021 – New Year’s Day (observed)
  • Saturday, January 1 – New Year’s Day
  • Monday, January 17 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • Monday, February 21 – President’s Day
  • Monday, May 30 – Memorial Day
  • Sunday, June 19 – Juneteenth (officially Juneteenth National Independence Day)
  • Monday, June 20 – Juneteenth (observed)
  • Monday, July 4 – Independence Day
  • Monday, September 5 – Labor Day
  • Monday, October 10 – Columbus Day (also observed as Indigenous Peoples Day)
  • Friday, November 11 – Veterans Day
  • Thursday, November 24 – Thanksgiving Day
  • Sunday, December 25 – Christmas Day
  • Monday, December 26 – Christmas Day (observed)

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US Banks Holidays 2023

DateDayHoliday
January 2MondayNew Year's Day
January 16MondayMartin Luther King Jr. Day
February 20MondayWashington's Birthday
May 29MondayMemorial Day
June 19MondayJuneteenth National Independence Day
July 4TuesdayIndependence Day
September 4MondayLabor Day
October 9MondayColumbus Day
November 11SaturdayVeterans Day
November 23ThursdayThanksgiving Day
December 25MondayChristmas Day

Paid Federal Holidays 2023

  • New Year’s Day: Sunday, January 1
  • Martin Luther King Jr Day: Monday, January 16
  • Presidents’ Day: Monday, February 20
  • Memorial Day: Monday, May 29
  • Juneteenth: Friday, June 16
  • Independence Day: Tuesday, July 4
  • Labor Day: Monday, September 4
  • Indigenous Peoples’ Day: Monday, October 9
  • Columbus Day: Monday, October 9
  • Veterans’ Day: Friday, November 10
  • Veterans’ Day: Saturday, November 11
  • Thanksgiving: Thursday, November 23
  • Christmas: Monday, December 25

Public Holidays in USA in 2023

DayDateHoliday NameTypeComments
SundayJan 01New Year's DayFederal Holiday
MondayJan 02New Year's Day (in lieu)Federal Holiday
MondayJan 16Martin Luther King Jr. DayFederal Holiday3rd Monday in January
MondayJan 16Robert E. Lee's BirthdayGovernment HolidayAlabama, Mississippi. Third Monday in January
MondayJan 16Civil Rights DayGovernment HolidayArizona, New Hampshire. 3rd Monday in January
ThursdayJan 19Confederate Heroes' DayGovernment HolidayTexas
MondayFeb 13Lincoln's Birthday (in lieu)Government HolidayConnecticut, Illinois, Missouri, New York.
MondayFeb 13Lincoln's BirthdayGovernment HolidayConnecticut, Illinois, Missouri, New York.
MondayFeb 20President's DayFederal Holiday3rd Monday in February
TuesdayFeb 21Mardi GrasGovernment HolidayBaldwin and Mobile Counties only
TuesdayFeb 21Mardi GrasGovernment HolidayAlabama, Louisiana
FridayFeb 24Edward Dickinson Baker DayNot A Public HolidayOregon
ThursdayMar 02Texas Independence DayGovernment HolidayTexas
SaturdayMar 04Idaho DayNot A Public HolidayIdaho
TuesdayMar 07Town Meeting DayGovernment HolidayVermont. 1st Tuesday in March
MondayMar 27Prince Kuhio DayGovernment HolidayHawaii. 26 March or nearest weekday
MondayMar 27Seward's DayGovernment HolidayAlaska. Last Monday in March
FridayMar 31Cesar Chavez DayNot A Public HolidayOptional holiday in Texas
FridayMar 31Cesar Chavez DayGovernment HolidayState holiday in California
FridayApr 07Good FridayGovernment HolidaySome states
FridayApr 07State HolidayGovernment HolidayGeorgia
SundayApr 09Easter SundayNot A Public Holiday
MondayApr 17Emancipation DayGovernment HolidayWashington DC
MondayApr 17Patriots DayGovernment HolidayMaine, Massachusetts. 3rd Monday in April
FridayApr 21San Jacinto DayGovernment HolidayTexas
MondayApr 24Confederate Memorial DayGovernment HolidayAlabama. 4th Monday in April
MondayApr 24Confederate Memorial DayNot A Public HolidayMississippi. Last Monday in April
FridayApr 28Arbor DayGovernment HolidayNebraska. Last Friday in April
MondayMay 08Truman DayGovernment HolidayMissouri only. 8 May or the nearest weekday
WednesdayMay 10Confederate Memorial DayGovernment HolidaySouth Carolina only. 10 May or the nearest weekday
SundayMay 14Mother's DayNot A Public Holiday2nd Sunday in May. Not a public holiday
MondayMay 29Memorial DayFederal HolidayLast Monday in May
MondayJun 05Jefferson Davis' BirthdayGovernment HolidayAlabama only. First Monday in June
MondayJun 12King Kamehameha I DayGovernment HolidayHawaii only
FridayJun 16JuneteenthFederal HolidayThird Friday in June
FridayJun 16Juneteenth (in lieu)Federal HolidayEmancipation Day
SaturdayJun 17JuneteenthFederal HolidayEmancipation Day
SundayJun 18Father's DayNot A Public Holiday3rd Sunday in June. Not a public holiday
MondayJun 19JuneteenthFederal HolidayEmancipation Day
TuesdayJun 20West Virginia DayGovernment HolidayWest Virginia
TuesdayJul 04Independence DayFederal Holiday
MondayJul 24Pioneer Day (in lieu)Government HolidayUtah
MondayAug 14Victory DayGovernment HolidayRhode Island only. 2nd Monday in August
WednesdayAug 16Bennington Battle DayGovernment HolidayVermont
FridayAug 18Statehood DayGovernment HolidayHawaii only. 3rd Friday in August
SundayAug 27Lyndon Baines Johnson DayGovernment HolidayTexas.
MondaySep 04Labor DayFederal Holiday1st Monday in September
MondayOct 02Cabrini DayRegional HolidayColorado. First Monday in October
MondayOct 09Columbus DayFederal Holiday2nd Monday in October
MondayOct 09US Indigenous People's DayRegional Holiday
WednesdayOct 18Alaska DayGovernment HolidayAlaska
FridayOct 27Nevada DayGovernment HolidayNevada only. Last Friday in October
TuesdayNov 07Election DayGovernment HolidayNew York, Virginia
FridayNov 10Veterans DayFederal Holiday
SaturdayNov 11Veterans DayFederal Holiday
MondayNov 13Veterans DayFederal HolidayRhode Island
ThursdayNov 23ThanksgivingFederal Holiday4th Thursday in November
FridayNov 24Day after ThanksgivingRegional HolidayDay after 4th Thursday in November
FridayNov 24Lincoln's Birthday (observed)Government HolidayIndiana
FridayDec 22Day after ChristmasGovernment HolidaySeveral states
MondayDec 25Christmas DayFederal Holiday
TuesdayDec 26Day after ChristmasGovernment HolidaySeveral states
TuesdayDec 26Washington's Birthday HolidayGovernment HolidayGeorgia, Indiana
TuesdayDec 26Christmas Holiday (in lieu)Federal HolidayArkansas
WednesdayDec 27Christmas HolidayRegional HolidayNorth Carolina
FridayDec 29New Year's EveGovernment HolidaySeveral states
FridayDec 29New Year's Eve (in lieu)Government HolidaySeveral states

Certain U.S. states have their own state-wide holidays that state governments and banks observe, but not in all US States; some of these include:

  • Nevada’s Nevada Day – the last Friday in October of every year
  • Georgia’s Founding Day – a holiday that celebrates its founding on February 12, 1733
  • Wisconsin has several – Casimir Pulaski Day on March 4, and Robert La Follette Sr. Day on June 14
  • Hawaii Native Royalty – March 26 and June 11

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