The Left Hand Path celebrates mostly the same festivities as traditional Wicca, namely the ancient pagan holidays.
After the long darkness of Winter, the sun god is reborn. Nature reawakens and it's the time to celebrate fertility.
The forces of nature are in full bloom and this is a festivity for sexual union and intoxication. Pan celebrates with the participants, this is the day of the Horned God.
The longest and brightest day of the year, nature is pulsing.
Lammas - Lughnasadh
This is a worldy holiday filled with pleasure. The heat of summer has given us energy, fruits are ripe and the world revels the easy-going life.
The festivity of the Great Mother. The dark time of the year is approaching. This is a holiday to give thanks for all that one received in the year.
The start of the long night. The veil to the otherworld grows the thinnest. The Wild Hunt is riding. Rot is setting in.
Yule - Winter Solstice
Yule means wheel, the wheel of the seasons, the eternal transition of birth, death and rebirth. It is the life in death, the climax of Winter and the darkest day of the year.
Light awakens to new strength.
For the follower of the Left Hand Path, the highest holiday however is not one of the Great Eight, it's the personal day of birth as every one is considered to be his own saviour. This day should be celebrated in any way one sees fit.