Baisakhi, also pronounced as Vaisakhi, is observed by Hindus and Sikhs that marks the beginning of Hindu solar New Year. It is celebrated on the first day of the month of Vaisakha. Moreover, according to the Gregorian calendar, it is usually celebrated on or about April 14 every year. However, the date of Baisakhi and other Sankrantis keeps on changing slowly over years. For example, in 1801 AD, it used to fall on April 11. Furthermore, in the year 2999, it is going to fall on April 29. The festival coincides with other new year festivals celebrated on the first day of Vaisakh in other regions of India such as the Pohela Boishakh, Bohag Bihu, Vishu, Puthandu, etc.
You can check the table below to know about the dates and days of Baisakhi for the upcoming 5 years.