Public holidays in Großgermania are legislated at all three main levels of government: nationally by the Imperial Government, regionally by the constituent countries, as well as by the provinces. The Kanarische Inseln, an autonomous territory, also designates statutory holidays. Despite the numerous holidays legislated by all three levels, only federally- and regionally-mandated holidays are widely celebrated, as they incorporate all major secular holidays celebrated within the Empire, while provincial holidays are generally specific to each province.
While major Christian and Nordic holidays are widely celebrated throughout Großgermania, the Constitution's clause regarding freedom of religion (contained in Article 53) prevents any religious holidays from being officially adopted by any governmental tier. Although it has never been officially recognized, a customary right is enjoyed by people of all faiths to be relieved of employment on religious holidays, excepting those people employed in certain 'essenial services'.
The following chart lists the federal and provincial public holidays observed in Großgermania.
| Federal Holidays|
|Neujahrstag||New Year's Day||1 January||First day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.|
|Familientag||Family Day||20 February||Day for the celebration of family life and the role the family plays in Großgermanian society.|
|Tag der Arbeit||Labor Day||1 May||Celebration of the social and economic achievements of workers.|
|Reichskaisergeburtstag||Emperor's Birthday||17 July||Celebration of the ruling Emperor's birthday, celebrated on the birthday of Michael von Preußen.|
|Vereinheitlichung-Tag||Unification Day||12 December||Commemorating the formation of the People's Empire of Großgermania in 2008.|
|Silvester||New Year's Eve||31 December||Last day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.|
| Regional Holidays|
|Freiheit-Tag||Freedom Day||10 February||Commemorating the independence of the Free Republic of Alsace-Lorraine from France in 2008.|
|Tribute to those who died during military service.|
In Denmark, celebrates the liberation of the country from German occupation during the Second World War.
|Valdemarsdag||Valdemar's Day||15 June||Celebration of Valdemar II of Denmark's victory in a battle in Estonia in 1219, the legendary origin of the Dannebrog.|
|Nationaldag||National Day||23 June||Celebration of the creation of Luxembourg as a political entity.|
|Helvetican Bundesfeier||Helvetican National Day||1 August||Celebration of the signing of the Federal Charter of 1291, the first Swiss constitution.|
|Tag des Kulturerbe||Heritage Day||8 August||Celebration of national heritage, traditions, and culture.|
|Tag der Deutschen Einheit||Day of German Unity||3 October||Commemorating the reunification of Germany in 1990.|
|Libertad Día||Freedom Day||5 December||Commemorating the purchase of the Canary Islands by Germany in 2008, marking the end of Spanish rule in the islands.|
|Total (including Federal Holidays)—————||9||9||9||7||8||9||7|