Translation:Sometimes Christians too celebrate the holiday of Sukkot.
Yes, you can see it in this video "Sukkot: A Celebration For Every Nation": https://youtu.be/iZ8WLRNEDWg (from a Jewish channel, showing a "curious phenomenon" - a lot of non-Jews are now celebrating Sukkot, even going to Israel to celebrate. The was even a flag parade or something similar, There were a lot of countries represented, Norway, New Zealand, South Africa, Mexico, China, etc. ).
In Zechariah 14:18-19 it is even talk of "the punishment of all the nations who do not go up to celebrate Chag haSukkot". This is part of the old question, Who is expected to keep Torah? To answer it with Jewish statements: 1) "A Chacham ‘wise man’ is better than a prophet", Bava Batra 12a. 2) "Salomon was wiser than all men", 1Mela4:31. 3) The book of Kohelet is written by Salomon, Koh1:1. 4) The only book of the Tanakh that culminates with a clear quintessence is Sefer Kohelet: "The end of the matter, everything having been heard, fear God and keep His commandments, Khi Zeh Khål haAdam ‘for this is the entire MAN’."
Interesting. Never heard of this before. I guess if I was in Israel and someone invited me to join them for Sukkot, that would be an interesting and nice experience for me but this is something Christians don't do, maybe it is referring to Messianic Jews who claim to be Jewish but believe in Jesus Christ. As Christians, we are only told to do three physical things (Baptism, Communion, and foot-washing) because the New Testament is spiritual and Sukkot does have a spiritual type to it for the Christian because I think it means the Tabernacle of feasts? Whereas Sukkot is a physical thing done for the Jews.