World Smurfs Day - the Saturday closest to June 25

Smurfs Day is a world holiday in honor of the little blue creatures that live in the smurf village in the forest under the threatening eyes and nose of Gargamel who wants to eat them all the time. The Smurfs Day is celebrated on the Saturday closest to June 25, which is the birthday of the creator of the series, the Belgian illustrator Peyo (Pierre Culliford) and also the day of the release of the movie Smurfs 2.
Smurfs Day was first celebrated in 2011 and in honor of this day, people dressed up as smurfs gathered in order to break the Guinness record of the largest gathering of people wearing smurfs costumes, within 24 hours in different places. 4,891 people dressed as smurfs (the previous record was 2510) managed to gather in 11 cities around the world: Brussels, Belgium; Athens Greece; Schwingen (The Hague) Netherlands; Dublin, Ireland; Mexico City, Mexico, Panama City, Panama; Warsaw Poland; Moscow, Russia; Johannesburg, South Africa; New York, USA and London, England.
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 In the photo: a smurf male costume A smurf female costume
In honor of the launch of the movie Smurfs 2 by Sony in the Spanish village of Júzcar in the Andalusian region, Sony employees painted all the houses of the residents in light blue, in honor of the smurfs, and dramatically increased the number of tourists there. Sony promised to restore the status quo after the film and return the houses to their white color, but the mayor of the small town, David Fernandez, nicknamed "Dredsba", said that due to the increase in the number of tourists, which brought in a lot of money, they are considering a smurf village.
When will Smurfs Day be celebrated in the coming years?
June 26th, 2021
June 25th, 2022
June 24th, 2023

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