||Día de Año Nuevo
||New Year's Day
||Beginning of the Civil Year
||Día de Reyes
||Christian feast honoring the visit of the three Magi to Jesus. Also Sports day
||Día de la Divina Pastora
||Feast of the Divina Pastora
||Celebrates the Virgin Patroness of the State of Lara and its capital city of Barquisimeto, and also of the Venezuelan National Militia
||Día de la Juventud
||Commemorates the patriotic victory in the 1814 Battle of La Victoria led by rebel youth militias and patriots under Jose Felix Ribas
||Dia de la Federacion
||Marks the start of the 4 year long Federal War in 1859
|Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday
||Dia Internacional de la Mujer
||International Women's Day
|From Palm Sunday to Easter (movable)
||Religious holiday marking the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
||Día de San José
||St Joseph's Day
||In honor of Saint Joseph
||Día del abolición de la esclavitud
||Slavery Abolition Anniversary
||Honors the 1854 decision of the Government of Venezuela to abolish all forms of slavery
||Día Nacional del Patrimonio Cultural
||National Cultural Patrimonies Day
||In honor of the cultural legacies of the Venezuelan nation, new holiday established in 2014 (but not a public holiday)
||Aniversario del fundacion del San Cristóbal
||Foundation anniversary Day of San Cristóbal, Táchira
||Honors the 1561 founding of the capital city of Táchira State, one of Venezuela's oldest cities
||Diez y nueve de abril
||Beginning of the Independence Movement, 19th April Day
||Declaration of a local junta in Caracas on 19 April 1810, launching the road towards the First Republic of Venezuela and the start of the independence struggle, the first Junta in Latin America as a whole, and the achievement of home rule
||Día del Trabajador
||Día del Cruz del Mayo
||Fiesta de las Cruces
||Honors the Holy Cross of May in the states of Miranda and Aragua as its patrons
|Second Sunday of May (movable)
||Dia de las Madres
||Honors all mothers
||Dia del Himno Nacional
||National Anthem Day
||Not a public holiday. Honors the Venezuelan National Anthem, Gloria al Bravo Pueblo, on the day of the 1881 presidential decree conferring its official status as the national anthem.
|Third Sunday of June (movable)
||Dia de las Padres
||Honors all fathers
||Dia de San Juan Bautista y aniversario de la Batalla de Carabobo
||Solemnity of Saint John the Baptist, Battle of Carabobo
||Honors both the birth of John the Baptist and the key 1821 battle in the Venezuelan War of Independence; tagged also as Army Day
||Cinco de julio
||Signing of the Venezuelan Declaration of Independence marking the birth of the first independent nation of South America, also Armed Forces Day
|Third Sunday of July (movable)
||Dia del niño
||Honors all children
||Natalicio del Libertador,
Dia de la Armada Nacional
|Birth of Simón Bolívar,
|This day honors the 1783 birth of Simon Bolivar, also tagged as Navy Day honoring the victory in the Battle of Lake Maracaibo of 1823.
||Aniversario del fundacion del Caracas
||Caracas City Foundation Day
||Honors the 1567 foundation of the national capital
||Día de la Bandera
||Previously, in Venezuela the Flag Day was celebrated on March 12. In 2006, it was designated August 3 in honor of the disembarkment of Francisco de Miranda in La Vela de Coro, 1806.
||Dia del Virgen del Valle, aparicion del Virgen del Coromoto
||Birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary and feasts of the Virgen del Valle and Our Lady of Coromoto
||Honors the birth of Mary, the Blessed Virgin, and who, as Our Lady of Coromoto, whose picture was first seen on this day in 1562 after a second apparition, is since 1942, Patroness of Venezuela. Also the feast of the Patroness of the Bolivarian Navy of Venezuela, the Virgin of the Valley (Virgen del Valle), venerated and honored in the state of Nueva Esparta.
||Día de la Resistencia Indígena
||Day of Indigenous Resistance
||Previously, in Venezuela the holiday was called Día de la Raza, commemorating the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Americas. Now honors the heroes of the anti-Spanish resistance of the indigenous peoples of Venezuela.
||Día de Todos los Santos
||All Saints' Day
||Día de los fieles difuntos
||All Souls' Day
|November 17 to November 19
||Feria de la Chinita
||Feria of La Chinita
||Only in the state of Zulia; celebrating the miracle of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquirá.
||Día del estudiante universitario
||University Students Day
||Celebrated in all colleges and universities honoring the day of the 1957 student demonstrations against General Marcos Perez Jimenez
||Inmaculada Concepción, Dia de la Lealtad
||Immaculate Conception, Loyalty Day
||Catholic holiday celebrating the preservance of Mary, the mother of Jesus from the original sin by the Grace of God. From 2013, it's also Loyalty Day in honor of Hugo Chávez's final address to the nation on that day in 2012.
||Dia de la Aviacion Militar
||Venezuelan Air Force Day
||Air Force Day honoring the founding of the Venezuelan Air Force and its Air Force Academy in Maracay on this day in 1920.
||Aniversario de la muerte de Libertador Simon Bolivar
||Simon Bolivar Memorial Day
||Honoring Simon Bolivar's demise on this day in 1830. As the nation's liberator died that day, the Flag of Venezuela is flown half mast nationwide in his honor and a moment of silence observed in commemorative events held that very day in honor of his untimely death.
||The eve of the birth of Jesus (Divino Niño).
||The day of the birth of Jesus (Divino Niño), commemorated by all Venezuelans.
||New Year's Eve
||Final day of the Civil Year, celebrated by all Venezuelans nationwide.