World Juggling Day
World Juggling Day
how to celebrate
Host or Attend a juggling convention
Use #WJD2022 and/or #WorldJugglingDay to have your content featured on IJA social media
Film a juggling tutorial of your favorite trick
Juggle in your backyard
Learn to juggle with online tutorials
make a juggling video and post it to youtube
Write a blog post on juggling
Host a watch party of your favorite juggling videos/shows
Organize a montage video to release on WJD
Buy a WJD 2022 t-shirt!
The options are endless on how you choose to celebrate! We hope you’ll join the IJA in encouraging as many people around the world as possible to all juggle on the same day.
Register your event
Use the button below to add your World Juggling Day (WJD) event to our global map of celebrations and let people easily find out about your event.
IJA members should SIGN IN first (at the top of the page) to make sure your WJD event is listed under your name, which is necessary if you want to be able to edit it later.
Non-members can add a WJD event but won’t be able to edit it once it's submitted.
Anyone can view the full list of Registered Events to find one nearby.
You can view and/or edit Your Registered Events (must be signed in).
Problems registering or updating your event? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use the WJD hashtags “#wjd2022” and/or “#WorldJugglingDay” on all of your social media posts leading up to, during, and after the event so everyone can see how people around the world are celebrating. We will select some of our favorites to feature on the IJA Social Media platforms.
Join the WJD Facebook Event page to join and virtually watch the celebration with other jugglers from all around the world.
For more than 25 years, the International Jugglers’ Association has proudly hosted World Juggling Day, an event you can celebrate wherever you are in the world! The International Jugglers’ Association was founded on June 17, 1947. To celebrate, World Juggling Day is held every year on the Saturday closest to June 17. Originally established as National Juggling Day, the name was changed in 1995 to reflect the international goals of the IJA.