The Ultimate July 2024 Social Media Content Calendar

Posted by Amiee PreFontaine on June 26, 2024
Amiee PreFontaine

Say hello to July 2024, packed with important dates and events to add to your calendar this month. As summer approaches make sure you stay up to date! πŸ“…

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The Ultimate July 2024 Social Media Video Content Calendar πŸ‘‡

1st July: Canada Day 🍁

The first of the month marks the celebration of Canada and its independence as a nation. This day is a celebration of national pride and cultural diversity, featuring fireworks, parades, concerts, and gatherings across the country. Consider shouting out Canadian followers on this day. Check out our imagery library where we have plenty of flags, landmarks, and related imagery to help you create excellent content. 

1st July - 14th July: Wimbledon Tennis Championships 🎾

For the first two weeks of July, the Wimbledon Tennis Championships runs in London, England. Consider creating tennis-themed communications, celebrating on your socials, or running competitions or sweepstakes in your workplace. Check out this video we made for the 2017 Championships, showcasing our range of tennis characters and imagery.


4th July: American Independence Day 🌭

The 4th of July is Independence Day in the United States of America. It commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, marking the United States' freedom from British rule. Festivities include fireworks, parades, barbecues, and patriotic displays. Families and communities come together to celebrate with concerts, picnics, and various festivities, honoring the nation's history, freedom, and the enduring spirit of independence.


14th July: Bastille Day πŸŽ†

Bastille Day is a French holiday that marks the storming of the Bastille prison in 1789, which ignited the French Revolution. This national holiday symbolizes the triumph of liberty, equality, and fraternity. Festivities include vibrant parades, fireworks, parties, and concerts. We have plenty of explosive imagery to help your content creation dazzle. 

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17th July: World Emoji Day πŸ˜€ 

Emoji Day honors the colorful icons that have revolutionized digital communication. These tiny images, ranging from smiley faces and hearts to animals and food that we use every day, help convey emotions and ideas quickly and universally. Emoji Day highlights the creative and cultural impact of emojis on our daily interactions. Consider creating emoji-themed content, sharing your favorites, and including them throughout your communications. We have our own range of animated custom emojis in our image library

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18th July: Nelson Mandela Day πŸ•ŠοΈ

This day celebrates the legacy of Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first black president and a global symbol of peace, justice, and human rights. Champion the values of Nelson Mandela in your communications and social posting and consider hosting events connecting and supporting your community.

26th July: Paris 2024 Olympics πŸ…

The Paris 2024 Olympic Games kicks off on the 26th of July and runs until the 11th of August. This prestigious global event will showcase the world's top athletes competing in a diverse array of sports, from gymnastics and swimming to exciting newer additions like skateboarding and surfing. Celebrate sportsmanship and unity, and support your country with our Paris 2024 template available now! 


That's all for our July 2024 social media content calendar! Tell us in the comments which holidays you're adding to your content calendars and make sure to share these events and special days with your audience.

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