Calendar of Pagan Holidays 2024

2024 Wiccan & Pagan Holiday Calendar

Between Sabbats, Esbats, Moon phases, and other sacred days for ancestors and deities, keeping up with the pagan Wheel of the Year can be overwhelming. There are a multitude of deities and pantheons, and some faiths have multiple holidays for each.

Hopefully, this comprehensive list will keep you informed and up-to-date for any events that you may wish to observe as a Wiccan or pagan in 2024. Here is a list of holidays observed in the Northern Hemisphere by Neopagans (including some Norse, Druid, and Heathen occasions) and of course the Wiccan Sabbats.

This is a one-page calendar with a short list of Pagan holidays in 2024. Find a complete list below. ↓

Scroll down to find a helpful Lunar Calendar to add to your Book of Shadows to track and work with the Moon phases.

Find more printable pages to download here: Grimoire PDF

Printable Page Lunar Calendar 2024
Printable Lunar Calendar 2024

Want a digital version?

We’ve got you covered! Click these links to add the calendars directly to Google Calendar! Each calendar below is based on the text version of this page.

January 2024

At the forefront of the year, January is a time for new beginnings, self-improvement, self-discovery, and letting go of all that no longer serves us.

January 6: Triple Goddess Day – celebrates the Goddess in Her triplicate form.

January 11: New Moon in Capricorn – a time to set attainable goals, form concrete plans for the future, and meditate on the meaning of responsibility and all that it entails for you. Exact time: 6:58 a.m. EST

January 14: Thorrablot – Norse/Heathen celebration honoring Thor, God of Thunder

January 18: Day of Danu – in celebration of the Great Goddess who Shows the Way.

January 21: Celtic Tree Month of Rowan begins

January 25: Full Wolf Moon in Leo – Exact time: 12:54 p.m. EST

January 31: Disablot – Norse celebration of new beginnings

February 2024

February opens a new chapter, presenting a time to bid farewell to Winter, to prepare for the onset of Spring, and to seize the opportunity for transformation.

February: Black History Month / LGBTQ History Month

February 2: Imbolc (High Winter) – Celebration of the Goddess Brigid, a celebration of the return of the god and goddess and a time of cleansing and purification.
(Southern Hemisphere: Lammas or Lughnasadh – The grain harvest at the end of summer)

February 9: New Moon in Aquarius – reflect on your contribution to society, exercise your creative thinking and problem-solving skills, and tap into your sense of empathy by nurturing your relationships, reaching out to family and friends, and finding ways to make contributions to your community. Exact time: 6:00 p.m. EST

February 14: Valentine’s Day, Family Day

February 15: Lupercalia – dedicated to purification, good health, and fertility.

February 18: Celtic Tree Month of Ash begins

February 24: Full Snow Moon in Virgo – Exact time: 7:31 a.m. EST

February 28: Cake Day – a day to offer cakes to deities and ancestor spirits.

March 2024

Named after Mars, the Roman god of war, March presents a unique opportunity to charge head-first into goals like spring cleaning, gardening, creative pursuits, and more to prepare for the coming Spring.

March: Women’s History Month

March 1: Matronalia – ancient festival of Juno, the birth goddess.

March 8: International Women’s Day.

March 10: New Moon in Pisces – tap into your intuition, develop your psychic abilities, or practice your penchant for astral projection by tapping into the power of dreamy, mysterious Pisces. Exact time: 5:02 a.m.

March 10: Mother’s Day (UK observance)

March 17: St Patrick’s Day – a day celebrating the patron saint of Ireland.

March 18: Celtic Tree Month of Alder begins.

March 19-21: Ostara (Spring Equinox) – a celebration of fertility and the Goddess of Spring.
(Southern Hemisphere: Mabon – The Autumn Equinox)

March 25: Full Worm Moon in LibraExact time: 3:01 a.m. EST

March 25: Lady Day – honoring the Crone and the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary.

April 2024

Alive with the newly budding flowers of Spring, April is an ideal time to relish in the splendor of nature: a commemoration of the divine feminine, our spiritual bond with the Earth, and oneness with each other.

April 1: Fool’s Day – celebrates the God of Chaos Energy.

April 8: New Moon in Aries – express yourself through a meditative creative task, allowing yourself to release negativity, assess your emotions, and practice shadow work while manifesting a positive outcome. Exact time: 2:23 p.m. EST

April 8: Total Solar Eclipse visible across North America.

April 15: Celtic Tree Month of Willow begins

April 15: Sigrblot/Sumarsdag – Norse celebration of the first day of summer in Scandinavian countries

April 22: Earth Day – Honoring Gaia

April 23: Festival of the Greenman – in honor of the Deities of the Forest.

April 23: Full Pink Moon in Scorpio – Exact time: 7:51 p.m. EST

April 25: Floralia/Spring Festival – a union of the Horned God and the Goddess of Spring.

April 30: May Eve or Rhiannon’s Day

April 30: Walpurgisnacht – an annual convergence of witches, practitioners, and covens.

May 2024

In celebration of Beltane and Mother’s Day, May is a month to gather and rejoice in life’s warmest moments, given to us by our family and friends, and the pleasant days ahead.

May 1: Beltane (High Spring) – an ancient pagan festival of fire celebrating the divine union of the God and Goddess.
(Southern Hemisphere: Samhain – the Witches’ New Year)

May 7: New Moon in Taurus – reflect on your personal belongings, your surroundings, and what makes a home special to you. Assess how your environment could better fulfill your personal needs and take those steps to make your house into a home. Exact time: 11:24 p.m. EST

May 12: Mother’s Day (US observance)

May 13: Celtic Tree Month of Hawthorn begins

May 15: Buddha Day – a day set aside by Buddhists to celebrate the birth of Buddha.

May 23: Full Flower Moon in Sagittarius – Exact time: 9:55 a.m. EST

May 28: Feast of Bendidia – a celebratory feast homage to the Goddess of the Moon and the Underworld.

June 2024

The pinnacle of the Summer season, June is a great month to connect with solar deities and harness the sun’s powerful positive influence to seize the day and set the course for lasting life changes.

June: Pride Month

June 6: New Moon in Gemini – reflect on your communication and social skills by taking time to truly listen without interrupting or simply waiting for your turn to talk. Journaling about your shadow work is a great opportunity to explore a topic while honing these communication skills. Exact time: 8:40 a.m. EST

June 10: Celtic Tree Month of Oak begins

June 16: Father’s Day

June 20-21: Litha (Summer Solstice) – this celebration of Summer, also called Summer’s Gate, represents the surrender to darkness and the days grow shorter and the nights ever longer.
(Southern Hemisphere: Yule – The Winter Solstice)

June 21: Full Strawberry Moon in Capricorn – Exact time: 9:10 p.m. EST

June 23: Day of the Lady & Lord of the Sidhe – reveling in fae work and otherworldly aspects of the divine.

June 24: Day of Household Deities – perfect for cleansing and rededicating your altar or household shrines.

July 2024

As the night begins to encroach on the day, July presents a unique opportunity to not only rejoice in nature’s splendor but to turn inward and reflect on all of our blessings.

July 1: Crone Day – celebrating the Crone, Old Mother Nature, and Father Time.

July 5: New Moon in Cancer – This new Moon calls for deep shadow work embracing your vulnerabilities and learning from your deepest desires and wounds. Exact time: 6:59 p.m. EST

July 8: Celtic Tree Month of Holly begins

July 21: Full Buck Moon in Capricorn – Exact time: 6:19 a.m EST

July 21: Witch’s Day – a day to celebrate the craft in all its forms.

August 2024

The month of August serves as an opportune time for harvesting and enjoying the fruits of your labor from the past year. Take time to look back and reflect on your accomplishments and all the progress you’ve made during this time.

August 1: Lammas or Lughnasadh (First Harvest) – commemorating the year’s first harvest of grain.

August 4: New Moon in Leo – This new Moon presents an opportunity to build self-confidence and creativity. Do something you’ve always dreamed of that has scared you away. What’s keeping you from achieving your wildest dreams? Exact time: 7:14 a.m. EST

August 5: Celtic Tree Month of Hazel begins

August 19: Super Sturgeon Blue Moon in Aquarius – Exact time: 2:28 p.m. EST

August 21: Festival of Hecate – an invocation of the goddess Hecate to protect the harvest.

August 23: Vulcanalia – Roman Festival

September 2024

September holds within it the autumn equinox, and the changing of leaves prompts us to reflect upon the fleeting nature of our existence. Seize this opportunity to gather with friends and family before the colder season is upon us.

September 2: New Moon in Virgo – a time to invest in serious self-work, create routines, and lay the groundwork for lasting self-improvement. Perform shadow work to understand how to address the areas in which you are lacking. Exact time: 9:56 p.m. EST

September 2: Celtic Tree Month of Vine begins

September 13: Fire Lighting Ceremony – a candle-lit vigil honoring the spirits of the dead.

September 17: Super Harvest Moon in Pisces – Exact time: 10:36 p.m. EST

September 21-22: Mabon (Autumnal Equinox) – another crucial harvest date, Mabon represents a time of balance and harmony, where day and night are both equal.
(Southern Hemisphere: Ostara – the Spring Equinox)

September 21: Feast of the Guardian Spirits – a celebration in honor of our many spirit guides.

September 30: Celtic Tree Month of Ivy begins

October 2024

October is a mysterious month dedicated to engaging in shadow work, while the thinning of the veil offers a unique opportunity for delving into divination, spirit work, and ancestor veneration.

October 2: New Moon in Libra – for performing shadow work on your deepest relationships, examining your capacity for empathy, and learning how to be more graceful and harmonious when interacting with others – particularly those you love.

October 2: New Moon in Libra – for performing shadow work on your deepest relationships, examining your capacity for empathy, and learning how to be more graceful and harmonious when interacting with others – particularly those you love. Exact time: 2:50 p.m. EST

October 2: Annular Solar Eclipse visible in South America.

October 3: Roman Festival of Bacchus – God of vegetation and wine

October 17: Super Hunter’s Moon in Aries – Exact time: 7:27 a.m. EST

October 18: Great Horn Festival – invocation of the Horned God and Lady of the Wood.

October 28: Celtic Tree Month of Reed begins

October 31: Samhain (High Autumn) – Sabbat of death and rebirth, occurs at a magical time when the veil between worlds is at its thinnest.
(Southern Hemisphere: Beltane – a feast of fire and fertility)

October 31: Winter Nights/Vetrablot – Norse celebration of the arrival of winter

November 2024

The crisp air of November carries with it an acknowledgment of all the blessings that have graced our lives throughout the year. This month, express your gratitude for the abundance of warmth, love, and joy in your life as you embark on the cold journey of Winter.

November 1: Cailleach’s Reign – Day of the Banshees

November 1: New Moon in Scorpio – dig deep into shadow work, examining negative, compulsive, or addictive behaviors and learning what lies at the root of destructive behaviors. Process emotions that you normally push aside because they make you feel uncomfortable. This is where the real work gets done. Exact time: 8:48 a.m. EST

November 15: Super Beaver Moon in Taurus –Exact time: 4:29 p.m. EST

November 16: Night of Hecate

November 19: International Men’s Day

November 22: Night of Shiva

November 25: Celtic Tree Month of Elder begins

November 29: Feast of Hathor

December 2024

December is a time to revel in the season of togetherness. Spend your time indoors, enjoying the comfort of friends and family. Celebrate holidays and create precious memories as you bid farewell to another long year.

December 1: New Moon in Sagittarius – embrace the concepts of courage, understanding, and awareness. Spend time meditating in nature or exploring the world to see it from another’s point of view. Exact time: 1:22 a.m. EST

December 15: Full Cold Moon in Gemini – Exact time: 4:02 a.m. EST

December 21: Yule (Winter Solstice) – a Winter festival celebrating the return of light after a long period of darkness.

December 23: Celtic Tree Month of Birch begins

December 24: Holly Eve – the Holly King departs, leaving gifts for children

December 25: Christmas Day

December 25: Oak Day – the birth of the Oak King

December 30: New Moon in Capricorn – Exact time: 5:27 p.m. EST

December 31: Hogmanay – New Year’s Eve; the Crone prepares to depart.



  2. It would have been nice to know before I strung 90% of a bead calendar that your dates for the solstices and equinoxes do not actually correspond to the solstices and equinoxes. Now I have to go syncretize several actual astrological calendars together…

    • Oh, I apologize about that! The dates there were the conventional dates. They have since been updated. I hope you were able to successfully finish your bead calendar!

  3. cecilia morrall

    Hello all
    wonder if you can help
    Ive just jumped for a quick look to see if there was anything going on for Monday 20th November 2023 only to find out that the 2024 calendar is up we havent even finished 2023 yet whats happened
    kind regards

  4. hi! Thanks for this helpful list. I noticed that the time for the 6/21/24 full moon is different from all of the other sources I’ve checked. Other sources say anywhere from 21:07 to 21:10 EDT, but not a morning time. You might want to double check your time since your other times match the ones I’m finding elsewhere. It looks like you may have copied the July 21 full moon time by accident. And it looks like the same thing happened again for Sept 17 and Oct 17 full moons. The Oct. full moon time should, I think, be 07:27 ET. Thanks again for this list!

  5. Out of curiosity, why is it that international women’s day is marked and not international men’s given that paganism views the masculine and feminine energy as equal?

    • Francisco Huanaco

      Thanks for the suggestion! Absolutely, recognizing the importance of both International Women’s Day and International Men’s Day aligns well with the values of balance and equality that are central to many pagan traditions.

      International Women’s Day is super important because it’s all about women fighting for equality – something we as pagans really value.

      Now, while there’s an International Men’s Day on November 19th focusing on men’s health and gender equality, Women’s Day stands out because of its deep roots in feminist movements. These movements have actually been a big boost for pagan communities in recent history. The fight for gender equality in broader society has echoed in our pagan spaces, helping us move towards the balance of masculine and feminine energies we cherish.

  6. This years lunar calendar is quietly clear and understandable..

  7. The links for the digital google calendars do not work.

    • Hi Dusty! I checked the links in a few different browsers and they all seem to work. I do know that if you’re trying to open the links in the Spells8 App, they won’t work. There’s something weird about the app and opening the Google Calendar links. I suggest trying it in a different browser or adding it directly with the link to your Google calendar. Please let us know if that still doesn’t work!

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