Summer starts/June Solstice

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2024 Date20 June 2024
2025 Date21 June 2025

Summer Solstice (Summer Begins)

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Summer Solstice History

The Summer Solstice, also known as the Beginning of Summer, symbolizes the zenith of the sun's position in the sky and the longest day of the year. This astronomical event marks the beginning of the summer season, as the Earth tilts its northern hemisphere towards the sun, and is celebrated by various cultures with achievements, rituals, and obeisances. In the United States, festivities surrounding the solstice include outdoor gatherings, bonfires, music, and other celebrations of the warmer weather, agricultural growth, and upcoming harvest season.

While the history of the Summer Solstice dates back to ancient civilizations, it has maintained significance in various ways throughout modern America. Native American tribes, such as the Sioux, would often conduct intricate rituals and ceremonies to honor the sun's spirit and influence on the Earth's fertility. In modern times, the solstice signifies the optimum time for agricultural farm work and crop planning in many parts of the country, as well as vacations, family reunions, and outdoor activities that make the most out of the warmer weather and extended daylight hours.

In America, the summer solstice is observed in diverse ways, including regional festivals, community events, and family gatherings. Examples of such celebrations include the annual Manhattanhenge event in New York City, where the sun aligns perfectly with the east-west streets, and the Fremont Solstice Parade in Seattle, Washington, which showcases colorful floats, music, and art. Typically occurring on June 20th or 21st, the solstice marks a time for both reflection and rejuvenation, as Americans appreciate the natural world and the energizing power of the sun.

Facts about Summer starts/June Solstice

  • The summer solstice in one hemisphere is the winter solstice in the other hemisphere.
  • Many Native American tribes celebrated the Summer Solstice by holding "sun dances".

Top things to do in Estonia for Summer starts/June Solstice

  • Host a bonfire to celebrate the arrival of summer.
  • Start the day with the Sun Salutation and some additional yoga exercises.

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