Hello, the Festival is celebrated this year September 20–27, 2021 is Sukkot, the Jewish holiday that follows five days after Yom Kippur, celebrates the years the Jews spent in the desert on the way to the Promised Land and the way God protected them in the desert. It also celebrates the way in which God protected them under difficult desert conditions. Sukkot is also known as the Feast of Tabernacles, or the Feast of Booths.
Does the Festival of Booths connect in some way with the End Times Prophecies? No, the observance of this celebration only goes with the tradition that formed as a remembrance of the Hebrew Exodus and causes reflection of the event. Typically, the Tabernacle was the center in which the tents were surrounding the House of Jehovah where the portable “wilderness” Temple was set up. Today that would be Temple Mount in Jerusalem but now all that remains of the ancient temple is the wailing wall. Basically, this celebration should cease to be observed because the ancient temple is no more, and the synagogues are not appropriate as the House of God. Today the booths are outside of each person's home which was not the arrangement it was supposed to be booths surrounding the House of God. The people do their best today to uphold this historical moment in Jewish tradition. The best acknowledgement of the festival and its present-day meaning is display in the movie “Ushpizin”