Celebration may refer to:
- Party, a social gathering or celebration
- Festival, a community gathering to celebrate something in particular
- The observance of a feast day or holiday
- The celebration of the Eucharist
- A Southeast Alaska Native cultural event
Celebration may also be: In Music:
- "Celebration" (Kool & the Gang song), a song by Kool & The Gang, notably covered by Kylie Minogue
- "Celebration" (Voices With Soul song), the debut single from girl band, Voices With Soul
- "Celebration", a song by Krokus from Hardware
- "Celebration", a song by Hafdis Huld from "Dirty Paper Cup"
- Celebration (Simple Minds album), a 1982 album by Simple Minds
- Celebration (Julian Lloyd Webber album), a 2001 album by Julian Lloyd Webber
- Celebration (Madonna album), a 2009 greatest hits album by Madonna
- Celebration (Madonna song), same-titled single by Madonna
- "Celebration", a piece by Paul McCartney from Standing Stone
- Celebration (Uriah Heep album), a 2009 album by Uriah Heep
- Celebration (band), a Baltimore-based band
- Celebration (Celebration album), a 2006 album by Celebration
- Celebration (musical), a 1969 avante-garde musical theater work by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones
- Celebration, alternate title for the 1971 concert film Celebration at Big Sur
- "A Celebration", a 1982 single by U2
- Celebration (Smokie album), an album by Smokie
- Celebration (Tyga song), a 2012 song by Tyga featuring T-Pain
- Celebration! The Fullerton College Jazz Festival 25th Anniversary, a 1997 album by the Fullerton College Jazz Bands and Jazz Singers
- Celebration (play), by Harold Pinter
- Celebration (painting), by Tyeb Mehta
- Celebration, Florida, a community in the United States, originally developed by The Walt Disney Company.
- Celebrations, a chocolate collection made by Mars, Inc.
- Star Wars Celebration, an official Star Wars convention
- Celebration (ship), a Holiday Class cruise ship operated by Carnival Cruise Lines
- The Celebration, 1998 Danish film
- The Celebration Theatre, a gay and lesbian theatre company in Los Angeles, CA
- The term used in the Bop It game instructions to notify that the player has reached the maximum score.
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Famous quotes containing the word celebration:
“What, to the American slave, is your Fourth of July? I answer: A day that reveals to him, more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the constant victim. To him your celebration is a sham.”
—Frederick Douglass (c.18171895)
“No annual training or muster of soldiery, no celebration with its scarfs and banners, could import into the town a hundredth part of the annual splendor of our October. We have only to set the trees, or let them stand, and Nature will find the colored drapery,flags of all her nations, some of whose private signals hardly the botanist can read,while we walk under the triumphal arches of the elms.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
in celebration of the woman I am
and of the soul of the woman I am
and of the central creature and its delight
I sing for you. I dare to live.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)