2020s

The 2020s (pronounced as "twenty-twenties" or "two thousand (and) twenties”[discuss]) is the next decade in the Gregorian Calendar. It will begin on January 1, 2020 and will end on December 31, 2029.

Notable predictions and known events

In popular culture

References

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External links

  • Media related to 2020s at Wikimedia Commons