100 Christmas Pub Quiz Questions with Answers 2023
Being a pub Landlord carries a lot of responsibility and can be a demanding role at times. Calculating wages, ordering stock, taking deliveries and cleaning the lines all take time, and that’s before you’ve even pulled a pint. That’s why we’ve devised this helpful calendar of dates for you to print off and keep safe as a point of reference.
This list is full of key dates to help you keep ahead of the game. For example, we know that you know that Valentine’s Day is always the 14th February, but when is Easter this year? What about Mother’s Day? Are you going to show all two weeks of Wimbledon?
We know it can get confusing! But don’t worry about it. Make it easier on yourself and have a look over the key dates of 2019. Also, be sure to make yourself aware of any local events and festivals, annual traditions such as Field Days or Fetes and capitalise upon them. Make your pub warm, welcoming and provide what the locals want. For instance, if you haven’t experienced a full year in your pub yet, and the locals keep talking about a Parade Day or event, try to be prepared, get involved and show some enthusiasm. Asking your customers and the local community will benefit you and your pub in the long run.
Feel free to add your own dates and ideas to this list, book bands and singers to coincide with events or even use it to calculate what staff you may need if you anticipate busy times. Why not hold a Eurovision party or plan a pub BBQ to coincide with the FA Cup Final?
Anyway, here’s the list for you to keep in mind:
4th – 5th FA Cup Third Round
25th Burns Night
31st Football Transfer Deadline Day
1st 6Nations Rugby Union Tournament begins.
10th The BAFTA’s
14th Valentine’s Day
20th The Brit Awards
1st St David’s Day
17th St Patrick’s Day
17th Australian Grand Prix, 1st Race of 2019. Click here for the full Race Calendar.
31st Mother’s Day
6th The Grand National
7th The Boat Race 2019
11th– 14th The 2019 Masters Tournament
19th Good Friday
22nd Easter Monday
23rd St George’s Day
6th Early May Bank Holiday
12th Final day of the Premier League Season
18th FA Cup Final
18th Eurovision Song Contest
27th Spring Bank Holiday
29th UEFA Europa League Final. Teams TBC.
30th Cricket World Cup starts
1st Epsom Derby
1st UEFA Champions League Final. Teams TBC.
5th Portugal vs Switzerland UEFA Nations League Semi Final
6th Netherlands vs England UEFA Nations League Semi Final
7th 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup starts.
9th UEFA Nations League Final
16th Father’s Day
26th– 30th Glastonbury Festival
1st– 14th Wimbledon Championships
7th 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final
14th British Grand Prix
1st– 5th The Ashes: First Test
14th UEFA Super Cup. Teams TBC.
14th– 18th The Ashes: Second Test
22nd– 26th The Ashes: Third Test
26th August Bank Holiday Monday
The 2019/2020 Football Season is also due to start in August. Fixtures to be released at a later date.
4th– 8th The Ashes: Fourth Test
12th– 16th The Ashes: Fifth Test
20th Rugby World Cup starts in Japan.
2nd Rugby World Cup Final
5th Bonfire Night
30th St Andrews Day
1st Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Last Race of the 2019 F1 Season
20th Mad Friday
24th Christmas Eve
25th Christmas Day
26th Boxing Day
31st New Years Eve
So there you have it! Plan your year in advance and have a cracking 2019. Make sure that you check this blog for regular updates, industry news and other hints, tips and ideas.