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10 Things To Do in Las Vegas For Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day weekend in Las Vegas

Labor Day is known as summer’s last hurrah—and although summer weather in Las Vegas will probably continue well into October, we’d never miss an opportunity to celebrate. If you’re among the thousands of people making plans for Labor Day weekend in Las Vegas, you’ll find no shortage of things to do while you’re here. To help you narrow down your options, we compiled this list of exciting things happening in Sin City over the long weekend.

3 Doors Down at the Fremont Street Experience

September 5

3 Doors Down is playing a free concert at the Fremont Street Experience on Sunday, September 5. As a part of their 20th anniversary tour, the band will play the entirety of their debut album The Better Life, including their smash hit “Kryptonite” and other fan favorites. Special guest Seether will open for the band, with performances starting at 7:00 p.m. at the 1st and 3rd Street stage. Don’t miss this free show, brought to you by the ongoing Downtown Rocks Again free concert series. 

Exodus EDM Festival

September 2 – 6

It’s comeback season, and the Exodus Festival is ready to party. This EDM music festival runs from Thursday to Monday and will feature 10 parties and 20 DJs at some of the hottest pool clubs and nightclubs in Las Vegas. With an All Access Pass, you’ll get free and express entry into every event and venue. The 2021 lineup includes headliners like the Chainsmokers, Diplo, Kaskade, Alesso, Kygo, and Carnage, just to name a few. Enjoy music, drinks, and plenty of wild summer fun at clubs like Wet Republic, Encore Beach Club, Hakkasan, XS, and Omnia

Tickets start at $99 for women and $219.99 for men. Book between now and September 5 to get 10% off your order with promo code EXODUS10. You must be at least 21 years old to attend.

Elia Beach Club

September 3 – 6

Elia Beach Club at the newly-opened Virgin Hotels Las Vegas made its debut this June and has quickly become a sought after daylife destination, with a Mediterranean-colored pool, dance floor, and premium daybeds, cabanas, and couches for the full VIP experience. There will be a full musical lineup Friday through Monday this Labor Day weekend in Las Vegas, including Chris Malinchak, Morgan Page, SNBRN, and GoldFish. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. daily. 

Tickets start at $40 and reserved seating starts at $500. You must be 21 or older to enter Elia Beach Club.

Las Vegas Pool Crawl

September 3 – 6

Can’t decide which swimming pools are worth your time this weekend? Don’t want to spend half the day waiting in line or trying to find parking? LA Epic Club Crawls is offering exclusive access to some of the best pool parties happening Labor Day weekend in Las Vegas. Crawls start at 11:30 every day and wrap up around 5:00 p.m., giving you plenty of time to change into your clubbing clothes and hit up one of their nightclub crawls scheduled for this weekend, too. Perks include express VIP entry into all venues, no cover charges, a sweet party bus ride, drink specials and games, a vibrant party host, and photos of your epic weekend. 

Tickets start at $50 for the pool crawl and $45 for the club crawl. Venue lineups have yet to be announced, but past pool crawls have included Elia Beach Club, Circa Stadium Swim, and Bare Pool at the Mirage. You must be at least 21 years old to participate in this pool crawl.

Lost in Dreams Music Festival

September 4 – 5

If you didn’t get your fill of live music revelry at Exodus, the Lost in Dreams music festival is also going on during Labor Day weekend at the Events Center in Downtown Las Vegas. This two-day festival takes place on Friday and Saturday from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. nightly. Across three different stages, you’ll experience future bass, melodic dubstep, and vocal-driven dance music from artists like Seven Lions, Gryffin, Elephante, Jason Ross, Autograf, and much more. You’ll also have access to the Dreamland, a multidimensional wonderland of sound, light, and colors. 

Tickets start at $60. You must be 18 years old or older to attend the festival. 

Magic Mike Live

September 1 – 5

The newly-redesigned Magic Mike Live makes its debut at the Sahara Las Vegas starting August 27. What better way to celebrate the American labor movement than by watching sexy shirtless men work it onstage (and off)? Channing Tatum’s first-class entertainment experience is based on the Magic Mike film franchise and features 13 talented dancers and an array of daring dance routines. Cool, fun, and sexy, this genre-bending show is perfect for bachelorette or bachelor parties, girls’ night out, and anybody who appreciates hot choreo and even hotter bods. Be one of the first to see this new and improved Las Vegas show with performances at 7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. nightly.

Tickets start at $89. You must be at least 18 years old or older to attend this show.

Margaritas at El Segundo Sol

September 6

Take it easy this Labor Day at El Segundo Sol. From 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., this authentic Mexican eatery will be celebrating with muchas margaritas. Located at the Fashion Show Mall, El Segundo Sol features a Stripside patio for outdoor dining with a view or a rustic, cozy dining room. Labor Day specials will include new menu items like braised beef tacos and chile relleno stuffed with sweet corn and cheese. For the best Loco Hour deals like $6.50 margaritas, be sure to stop in between 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Still thirsty? Choose from more than 100 specialty tequilas, or sip on some sangria. 

Book your table online or call 702-258-1211 for more information. Patio seating is first come, first served.

Marquee Full Bloom

September 3 – 6

Marquee Dayclub and its counterpart Marquee Nightclub will both be hosting killer parties over Labor Day weekend at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino. For good vibes and fun in the sun, check out Eric Dlux, Nora en Pure, Fisher, and John Summit, each performing at 11:00 a.m. daily. If the nightclub is more your scene, be sure to buy tickets for DJ Pauly D, Deorro, or Justin Credible, with nightly performances starting at 10:00 p.m. Don’t miss Sunday’s industry night and Drenched in White event. 

Tickets start at $20 for women and $30 for men. Reserved seating starts at $500. You must be 21 years old or older to enter Marquee.

Millennium Age Silent Party

September 4

If you’re looking for something a little different to do this weekend, check out the Millennium Age Silent Party on Friday from 9:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. at the Urban Lounge. This black-owned off-Strip lounge recently moved to a bigger and better location and offers a full restaurant menu, hookah, and chill vibes. 

The Millennium Age Silent Party is your typical dance party, minus the amps and speakers. Instead, each attendee will get their own pair of wireless headphones and their choice of multiple hip hop and R&B DJs. If you love going to the club but hate not being able to have a conversation over the music, this is your scene. Come support a local business and enjoy a unique party experience.

Tickets start at $15 and include wireless headphone rental. You must be 21 years old or older to attend. 

The Urban Xperience

September 3 – 6

The Urban Xperience is an urban brands convention taking place at the Luxor Hotel and Casino and the Excalibur. This expo seeks to connect urban brand owners and retailers under one roof for a premier showcase of minority-owned companies that sell food, apparel, wine and spirits, art, music, beauty products, and more. In addition, the Urban Xperience offers nightly entertainment, including live comedy shows by Chris Thomas, Honest John, Gerald Kelly, Lady Lunchabell, and Mike Brooks on September 3 starting at 8:00 p.m.

You’ll also have the opportunity to see 90s hip-hop legends Too Short, Chubb Rock, Yo Yo, Roxanne Shante, Domino, and Coolio on September 4. Don’t miss the third annual “Night of Soul” All White Concert with Keith Washington, Angie Stone, Force MDs, and Larry White on September 5.

Tickets start at $50.

There’s Always Something To Do In Las Vegas

Whether you’re looking to party hard or just enjoy a margarita or two, there’s something to do or see for everyone this Labor Day weekend in Las Vegas. For the most up-to-date information about venue closures, reopenings, and mask mandates (and to be the first to know about all things new coming to Vegas) follow us on Facebook.

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