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Trivia Questions

  1. July 14th is a national day of celebration in which country?
  2. On what date each year do the English celebrate St George's day?
  3. Which special day in the British calendar is celebrated on 25 January?
  4. Which footballer did a famous jig with Jules Rimet trophy in one hand and false teeth in the other when England won the 1966 World Cup?
  5. On what date do mathematicians celebrate Pi Day?
  6. In 1621, the Wampanoag Native Americans shared an autumn harvest feast that is acknowledged today as one of the first celebrations of what?

  7. Prior to "Happy Birthday to You" becoming popular which song was the most commonly sung birthday song?
  8. How old was the Queen when celebrating her real birthday in April 2021?
  9. In the UK, Black History Month is celebrated in which month?
  10. By what name do we know the festival of lights which is one of the major festivals celebrated by Hindus?
  11. Which country has a national holiday on May 28th each year in commemoration of its first nuclear test?
  12. Each year, which famous military service branch commemorates and celebrates the 1863 Battle of Camaron fought against the Mexican Army?
  13. The celebration of Mardi Gras is mostly associated with which American city?
  14. Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee was celebrated in which year?
  15. On January 10 each year, where is Margaret Thatcher Day celebrated?
  16. The annual commemoration of Bonfire night celebrates the fact that which English king had survived the attempt on his life?
  17. 'Coming of Age Day' is celebrated in which country where youths are officially considered adults at the age of 20?
  18. In the UK, the traditional gift for a 10 year wedding anniversary is made from which material?
  19. In which American city is the main river traditionally dyed green for St. Patrick's Day?
  20. In the Valencian town of Bunol, a festival celebration is held each year with participants throwing what?
  21. British nationals get a free birthday message from the Queen for their 100th birthday and which next birthday: 101st, 102nd, 105th, or 110th?
  22. Jewish boys have a bar mitzvah on which age birthday?
  23. Which singer recorded the song "Celebration" in 2009?
  24. The Oktoberfest, the world's largest beer festival, is held annually in which German city?
  25. Often referred to as the biggest water fight in the world, the Songkran Festival is mainly associated with which country?
  26. What name was given to the national exhibition and celebration that reached millions of visitors throughout the United Kingdom in the summer of 1951?
  27. In which month of 1945 did the Allies celebrate VE-Day and the defeat of Nazi Germany?
  28. Saint Patrick's Day is a cultural and religious celebration held on which date?
  29. What is the earliest possible date for Easter: March 2nd, March 12th, or March 22nd?
  30. Why did the people of the United Kingdom have street parties on May 6th 1935?
  31. Which Jewish festival observed for eight nights and days is also known as the Festival of Lights?


  1. France (Bastille Day)
  2. 23 April
  3. Burns' Night
  4. Nobby Stiles
  5. March 14 (since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of pi)
  6. Thanksgiving
  7. "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow"
  8. 95
  9. October
  10. Diwali
  11. Pakistan
  12. French Foreign Legion
  13. New Orleans
  14. 1977
  15. Falkland Islands
  16. King James I
  17. Japan
  18. Tin
  19. Chicago (Chicago River is dyed green)
  20. Tomatoes
  21. 105th birthday (and each year following their 105th)
  22. 13 years of age
  23. Madonna
  24. Munich
  25. Thailand
  26. Festival of Britain

  27. May (May 8th)
  28. March 17
  29. March 22nd
  30. Silver Jubilee of King George V
  31. Hanukkah