Countries That Celebrate Halloween 2019
If you live in a country like the United States, you probably don’t think twice about celebrating Halloween. After all, many citizens of the U.S. – along with other nations around the world – dress up in fun costumes, throw parties, and of course, go door to door to trick or treat. While the customs and traditions vary by nation, many countries celebrate Halloween in some way every October 31.
However, there are other nations that do not celebrate this holiday. Some nations do not celebrate Halloween because of the religious affiliation of its citizens. Others do not celebrate Halloween because other holidays are celebrated during this time – such as Mexico’s Day of the Dead that falls on November 1. Other nations have their own reasons for not celebrating Halloween.
However, in this article, we’re going to focus on those nations that do celebrate Halloween. In some countries, celebrating Halloween is relatively new. In others, old customs are being replaced with new customs. The nations where Halloween is celebrated include: