Sukkot 2018 begins in the evening of Sunday, September 23, and ends in the evening of Monday, October 1
High Sabbath: Sundown Sept. 23 to Sundown Sept. 24
High Sabbath: Sundown Sept. 30 to Sundown Oct. 1
What is Sukkot?
The feast of Sukkot, also known as the feast of Tabernacles, is considered to be the most joyous celebration on the Hebrew calendar.
Sukkot marks the end of the fall feasts. The name means "booths," and it comes from the mitzvah to dwell in booths (sukkot) during the festival (Leviticus 23:42). This mitzvah recalls the forty years during which the Israelites dwelled in booths as they wandered the desert after their deliverance from Egypt.