Welcome to our bumper September Trivia Questions! Some see September as a wonderful time of year. School’s back in, plans for fall begin, and the weather is mild. Harvests end, and we’re not yet in the dark, cold nights of winter.
But how much do you know about the month of September?
There are many fun facts about our ninth calendar month, and this post will include some of the best September trivia questions, including real brain teasers.
So, sit down with friends, or gather the family, and let’s play trivia questions for the month of September.
We will begin with our general September trivia section; here, you will find random questions about the month, with the answers just below.
If you’re the captain of the quiz, clear your throat, give each participant a serious stare, and let’s begin…
1: If you were born in September, as well as Libra, what other star sign could you be?
2: What is a traditional game played in September?
3: What is different about September compared to every other calendar month?
It is the only month to be spelled with the same amount of letters as its calendar month: 9.
4: What kind of moon can you expect to see in September?
Harvest Moon: The fullest moon of the year.
5: What is the Birthstone for September?
6: Can you name 1 of the 3 birth flowers of September?
Aster, Morning Glory, Forget-me-Not.
7: Who did the Romans believe looked after this month?
The God of Fire
8: Where does September get its name from?
The Latin word 'Septem,' which means 7 - as it used to be the 7th month of the Roman calendar.
9: What usually happens to consumer spending in September?
It rises, with return-to-school shopping, home improvements, and food sales being the biggest contributions.
10: How many days are there in September?
11: In September 1966, The Beatles won a Gold Record for which single?
12: Who directed the movie 'September'?
13: What day do we celebrate in September the achievements of our workers?
14: What happens more on a September day in the US than on a day in any other month?
15: September is the 9th Month, but has it always been so?
No, when the Roman calendar began, September was the 7th month.
16: And, has September always had 30 days?
No, September had 29 Days
17: What family members do we celebrate in September?
18: What Green Day song features September in the title?
'Wake me up, When September Ends.'
19: What member of the current British Royal Family was born in September 1984?
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.
September Celebrity Culture Trivia Questions
Now it’s time to delve into the world of celebrity!
The following questions will include a celebrity question or answer that is relevant to September.
If celebrity culture is your jam, then this could be the section for you. If it isn’t, then you may learn a thing or 2 about this fascinating world.
Ready? Bring it on!
1: ‘Single Lady Singer’, Beyonce, was born in September of what year?
2: What horror film sequel was released in September 2017?
3: Will Smith was born on September 25th, was this in 1961, 1965, or 1968?
4: Which Pop Star spent September 2021 fighting her Father in a US Court?
5: Ol' Blue Eyes, Frank Sinatra released his 'September of my Years' album in what year?
6: Two students founded Google in September 1988, what are they called?
Larry Page and Sergey Brin
7: Tommy Morrisons died in September 2013. What was he known for?
American Boxer, WBO Heavyweight Title 1993.
8: Last played on the 4th September 2021, Soccer Aid for UNICEF is the world's biggest celebrity-charity football match. Who created It?
9: Who was the only president of the United States to have been born in September?
10: The Simpsons was created in September of what year?
11: What globally adored TV Series, written by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, first hit our screens on September 22, 1994?
12: What Greasy, Summer Lovin’ star married the late Kelly Preston on September 12, 1991?
13: Keanu Reeves, born on 2 September 1964, has a first name that means something pretty cool in Hawaiian, what's the translation?
'Cool Breeze Over the Mountains’.
14: Born in September 1962, this English heartthrob was the 3rd man of color to win People's 'Sexiest Man Alive' Award.
15: P!nk was born on 8 September 1979; what is her real name?
Alecia Beth Moore.
16: Niall Horan, born 13 September 1993, is a former member of which boy band?
17: Which celebrity married couple share September birthdays?
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith.
18: Which September-born celeb presents The Tonight Show?
19: Which of The Beckhams children has a September birthday?
Romeo James Beckham.
20: Larger-than-life, British export James Cordon married Julia Carey on 15 September 2012. How much was the lavish English ceremony said to have cost?
A quarter of a million British Pounds.
September Throughout History Trivia Questions
Now, if you weren’t paying attention during History class, here is your chance to learn all the marvelous and wonderful (as well as shocking and pretty terrifying) things that have happened in September throughout History.
Are you up to scratch with significant moments in history during the month of September?
Let’s find out.
1: On 19 September 1920, what American business location Was bombed?
2: George Eastman patented the roll film camera for Kodak in September of what year?
3: Which famous English author failed to mention September in any of his plays?
4: On 8 September 1994, Microsoft renamed its product to Windows 95. What was the original name?
5: What was the first US city to receive a subway in September 1897?
6: Which President was assassinated on 6 September 1901?
7: How many people lost their lives in the September 11 terror attacks?
8: Britain and France declared war on which country in September 1939?
9: In September 1666, a catastrophic fire began on London's Pudding Lane. What did this fire go on to be known as?
The Great Fire of London.
10: On 4 September 1962, The Beatles recorded their 1st album at what famous recording studio?
EMI's Abbey Road Studios in London.
11: The US constitution was adopted on a September date In 1787. What was this date?
12: A major battle took place on 7 September 1940, What was it called?
The Battle of Britain.
13: Queen Elizabeth the 1st was born on 7 September 1533. Who were her parents?
King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.
14: Luna 2 was the 1st man-made object to reach the moon in September of what year?
15: When was chewing gum produced commercially?
23 September 1848.
16: What country did Germany invade on 1 September 1939?
17: During September of what year did Apple launch Itouch?
18: In September 1966, what was raised to $1.40?
19: In America, the guillotine stopped being used as a means of execution in September of what year?
20:On 17 September, Chubby Checker had a number 1 Hit. What was this song called?
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