There are multiple articles associated with the term Jubilee:
Anniversaries and celebrations
is a historical term for a time of celebration
or rejoicing. It is defined in Leviticus 25:9 as "Yovel"
in Hebrew, as the sabbatical year after seven cycles of seven years.
- Jubilee (Biblical), the Jubilee specified in Leviticus 25:9 that is the original concept behind most of the following Jubilees.
- Jubilee (Christian), the year of Jubilee is a special year for the remission of sins and universal pardon where debts are forgiven, slaves and prisoners freed, and the mercies of God would be particularly manifest. In the Old Testiment book of Leviticus, a Jubilee year is to occur every fifty years.
- Silver Jubilee (25 years)
- Golden Jubilee (50 years)
- Diamond Jubilee (60 years in Britain, 75 years in the United States, 100 years in South Asia)
- Platinum Jubilee (70 years in Britain, 75 years in South Asia)
- Sed festival, a ritual celebration or Jubilee of an Egyptian king's reign
- The Buckley Jubilee is a yearly festival on the second Tuesday of July in Buckley that has taken place for over 200 years
Architecture & Landmarks
Jubilee II is a paddle wheeler owned and operated by St. Croix Boat & Packet located in Stillwater, MN on the St. Croix River
Arts & Entertainment
- Jubilee (Music Artist) is a recording artist based in Fort Myers, FL. Official site Jubilee-Music.com
- Jubilee (band) is a rock n’ roll band from Los Angeles, California.
- Jubilee (Seattle band) is a indie band based in Seattle, Washington
- Cowboy Jubilee is a Western song by the band Riders in the Sky
- Fisk Jubilee Singers, a group of African American singers in the 1870s
- Jubilee (album), by Grant Lee Buffalo
- Jubilee (Sex Pistols album), a singles collection by the Sex Pistols
- Jubilee was the name given to the demo version of the Beatles song Junk
- "Jubilee" was a song on the 10,000 Maniacs 1989 album Blind Man's Zoo
- Jubilee Records, a record label specializing the Rhythm & Blues musical genre
- Jubilee Songs, a term used by many African Americans for Pentecostal gospel music with lyrical content largely centered on the primacy of holy living, spiritual gifts and the imminent return of Jesus
- Jubilee Tour was the name of a concert tour by Jane's Addiction in support of the Jubilee Organization
- Jubilee (song), by Patti Smith, 2004.
- Jubilee is a song on Mary Chapin Carpenter's 1994 Album Stone's in the Road
- Cherries jubilee is a flambéed dessert dish made with cherries and liqueur commonly served as a sauce over vanilla ice cream
- Jubilee chicken can refer to one of two chicken dishes created to celebrate the jubilees of different monarchs
Nature & Science
- Operation Jubilee, the code name for the Dieppe Raid by Allied forces onto German-occupied French soil in 1942
- Historical Yiddish name for William