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A secular holiday invented by a the father of a Seinfield writer. Daniel O'Keefe's father, Dan Sr., first celebrated Festivus in February 1966, commemorating his first date with his wife. It is now celebrated on December 23, which is roughly when it was celebrated on the show. The holiday includes the "Airing of Grievances", in which everyone present how they have disappointed him or her during the past year.
  • Festivus - for the rest of us - Search

    Provides a database of places to celebrate Festivus, as well as the full Seinfeld episode which popularized the holiday.

  • Festivus: The Website for the Rest of Us

    The holiday site, run by the author of the book by the same name, contains details about the book and author, an Airing of the Grievances section, how the holiday is celebrated around the works, and interactive message boards.

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