Bank holiday (disambiguation)


Bank holiday (disambiguation)

Bank holiday may refer to:

;Business
* Bank holiday, a public holiday in the UK and Ireland during which banking institutions are closed for business
* Federal holiday, a public holiday in the US during which banking institutions are closed for business
* The Bank holiday declared in the USA during the Great Depression

;Music and entertainment
* "Bank Holiday", a song by the Britpop band Blur on their 1994 album "Parklife".
* "Bank Holiday", a musical composition by Albert Ketèlbey
* "Bank Holiday Monday", a song by the Britrock band Stereophonics
* The Bank Holidays, an Australian indie pop band

See also

* Holiday (disambiguation)


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