Around June, varying time zones on the northern hemisphere welcome the emergence of summer as the sun reaches its peak in the northernmost position in the sky. Northern European countries such as Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland, celebrate the emergence of the summer solstice by then. The southern hemisphere, on the other hand, celebrates the emergence of the summer solstice around December.
Countries such as; Brazil, South Africa, Australia, etc. all experience summer solstice. Basically, the summer solstice celebration is done in certain countries that fall on the Northern and southern hemisphere of the globe. Mode of celebration differs from country to country and culture to culture; there is no universally accepted celebration mechanism.
The summer solstice usually occurs in the 20th or 21st of June. This is usually celebrated in certain places such as Denmark, Norway, and Finland. Some people are just extremely happy to be experiencing a whole new day wherein the sun will shine the longest. Some people base their moods on how often they become exposed to sunlight.
The start or the celebration of summer is also essential for some people because it is during the summer that they usually feel the happiest. They typically think that this is the time when they can party and have fun with their friends. Take note that summer solstice may occur differently for different people depending on where they are.
People from different parts of the world celebrate summer solstice. especially in northern Europe such as Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and many other parts of Europe. People celebrate renewal, life, fertility, and the potential for a good harvest on the summer solstice.
Celebration is carried out with feast, dancing, singing and many more. Many others celebrate summer solstice through rituals to release old, dark, energy and to welcome a full time of the light of the sun and the light that shines within each of us. Hope this helps.