December is the month that is full of festivals and holidays. The other name for the month of December is “World of Holidays”.December global holidays are special in many ways and are celebrated in very big fashion, some of the festivals are as follows: Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year, Winter Solstice, and much more. This is also the month which is filled with celebrations and parties. The arrival of this month is marked by some of the popular festivals, cultural and corporate events all around the globe. In this article, we have put our best efforts to cover the important global holidays in December.

December Global Holidays List

  1. Krampusnacht
  2. St. Nicholas Day
  3. Feast of the Immaculate Conception
  4. Hanukkah
  5. St. Lucia Day
  6. Santa Lucia
  7. Las Posadas
  8. Winter Solstice
  9. Festivus
  10. Christmas
  11. Kwanzaa
  12. Omisaka
  13. New Year’s Eve

December Global Holidays 2022

To know more in detail about each holiday, you have to read the section below carefully.

1. Krampusnacht

Krampusnacht or Krampus Night is an annual festival held in early December – usually on the 6th, which is also International Migrants Day. It is a time to celebrate the mythical devil: Krampus. Often referred to as “Krampusnacht” the night before St. Nicholas day, Krampusnacht stands for Krampus Night! He reportedly arrives at town halls during that night, when German children check their shoes and stockings to see if they’ve been naughty or nice (and ready for lumps of coal far worse than those brought by Santa Claus) during the previous year.

2. St. Nicholas Day

St. Nicholas Day

St. Nicholas is an individual whose behavior was very good towards the helpless individuals around him. He devoted all his cash to needy people. He devoted as long as he lived to serving and really focusing on individuals who are debilitated and suffering. There are many countries across the continent of Europe that celebrate this day. It starts from the night before the date turns to the fifth of December. Normally, there has been a custom of celebrating it by sharing candies, chocolate letters, little gifts, and riddles. Many children put out their little shoes with carrots hoping that St. Nicholas will trade them for little gifts and treats. This day has huge importance in the small towns and villages of Russia and Greece.

3. Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Feast of the Immaculate Conception

The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is a wonderful way for Catholics to celebrate what they believe comes from being “immaculately conceived.” This special day falls on Dec. 8th every year, which makes it also a Holy Day of Obligation, meaning that all Catholics are required to find Mass and attend this event. In addition to personal attendance of masses, many parishes will also host vigil masses the day before, so people can celebrate their faith together in advance!

4. Hanukkah

Hanukkah

The Perfect Storm Wine Festival is a brand new event set to take place on the Beautiful Sunshine Coast from 28th November 2021 to 6th December 2021, a full week for wine-lovers to head down and enjoy the wonders of this beautiful region! Hanukkah is also called by various names like Chanukah, Chanukkah. Some may also refer to it as the Feast of Dedication, Festival of Lights, Feast of the Maccabees, or Jewish celebration. The most commonly performed custom in this season is lighting a menorah with eight candles. Certainly, the families of the Jewish faith normally have these menorahs in their households. These menorahs are ignited during the day with a primary candle first and then the primary candle is used for lighting another candle every night. And during this lightning process, the people continue with their reciting of Judaic prayers.

5. St. Lucia Day

St. Lucia is similar to Hanukkah as it is also called the celebration of lights but mainly St.Lucia Day is celebrated in Sweden, Norway, and the Swedish-speaking areas of Finland. This day falls on the thirteenth of December to pay tribute to St. Lucia (St. Lucy), the earliest Christian Martyr. St.Lucia was killed as she was blamed for giving food to the Christians who were hiding in the labyrinths. The celebration on this day is marked by the traditionally dressed young girls walking with wreaths on their heads and candles. The traditional celebration on this day is marked by young girls who play at being princesses, walking through the streets with wreaths on their heads and candles in their hands.

6. Santa Lucia

Start your Christmas season with a Swedish-style celebration! Take part in the annual holiday observing December 13th, the winter solstice and shortest day of the year.

7. Las Posadas

Las Posadas

Las Posadas is a celebration of Christmas that takes place in Mexico and other countries around the world including Hispanic communities in the United States. During Las Posadas, there are many different parades throughout the country where cast members wear costumes and hold up images of Mary as well as Joseph – who traveled to Bethlehem with Mary to go and pay taxes for their baby Jesus. The celebration also occurs in homes where people will put up Nativity scenes each evening leading up to Christmas Eve.

8. Winter Soliscate

Winter Soliscate

This Winter Solstice holiday celebrates the north’s winter solstice and the south’s summer solstice simultaneously. The December Solstice can occur on the twentieth, 21st, 22nd, or 23rd December, in any case, the twentieth and 23rd December solstices are interesting. On this day, individuals light up huge fires and candles to draw back the sun. It is very difficult for individuals to wait back for the cool climate, snow, skiing, and holiday spirit. You will see a peaceful spot of silence when you stroll through the forest, a muffled sort of calm.

9. Festivus

Festivus is a secular holiday that takes place on December 23. It was created in the ‘Seinfeld’ episode, which is based on an old tradition, ‘Feast of Feasts’, by Frank Costanza, George’s father. Festivus is a parody of Christmas and Easter (and perhaps Hannukah). Its main purpose was to replace what Frank believed to be the over-commercialization of American society: At Festivus dinner, celebrants are each given an aluminum Festivus pole instead of a Christmas tree.

10. Christmas

Christmas

Christmas is one of the main festivals of December and it is widely celebrated around the world as it is the day of the birth of Jesus Christ which is the 25th of December. In Christianity, Jesus is considered the child of God. People all over the planet celebrate this worldwide occasion by arranging an excellent party and exchanging presents. Christmas is a very special occasion when all the individuals enjoy parties with their friends and families. Little kids wait for the presents from  Santa Claus or Father Christmas. Christmas is a very special holiday which is celebrated all around the world with great parties, suppers, and events. Everybody has their unique idea of celebrating Christmas. However, excitement and enjoyment remain the same in all celebrations.

11. Kwanzaa

Kwanzan

Kwanzaa is a weeklong festival of African-American culture and legacy starting on 26th December 2021 and finishing on 01 January. This occasion is celebrated in the United States mainly and in other countries as well. There is a common tradition that is followed in this festival in which the oldest girl of the house wears white and serves coffee and other baked products to different individuals of the family and guests. The festival is mainly celebrated from 26th December to the first of January. Throughout the Kwanzaa celebrations, African Americans celebrate with their families and friends. Some other ways to celebrate are attending different events or festivals. Many people dress up in festively vibrant outfits as well as enhance their households with fruits and vegetables that have been carefully selected for the specific day.

12. Omisaka

Omisaka

Many Japanese people celebrate the Omisaka Festival, which is considered part of the Japanese New Year. This holiday has been celebrated since medieval times when people would contribute cooked rice to the local Buddhist temple to be distributed to the hungry and poor. In modern times, as well as being a time to reconnect with family and friends over a special feast and enjoy fireworks, it is common for Japanese people to clean both inside and outside their homes before the start of this new year.

13. New Year’s Eve- 31st December 2022

The December Global Holidays of the year-end up with New Year’s Eve which falls on 31st December 2022. Common ways of celebrating New Year include enjoying parties at the offices, eating mouth-watering foods, and making resolutions for next year. In many places, it is celebrated with loud music, firecrackers, and an extraordinary dinner. New Year is one of the major events that is celebrated all around the globe in the month of December. The main concept behind celebrating New Year’s Eve is to give a GoodBye to the year that is finishing and to welcome the next year with an opening arm.

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