Labor Day weekend marks the traditional end of summer and a last chance to enjoy summertime fun. Make the most of your holiday with these great Salt Lake City area Labor Day weekend activities.
Beautiful summer weather continues into September in SLC, and so do outdoor summer concerts. Concerts for Labor Day weekend include the following:
- Aug. 28 and 29: Bonnie Raitt with Mavis Staples at Red Butte Gardens
- Aug. 29: Josh & Friends at Deer Valley (free)
- August 30: Common with Aloe Blacc at Pioneer Park
- Aug. 31: Bruce Hornsby at the Sandy Amphitheater
- Sept. 1: Sugarland at USANA Amphitheater, Piano Guys at Thanksgiving Point, Wood Brothers at Canyons Resort (free)
- Sept. 2: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue at Red Butte Gardens, SLC Jazz Festival at the Gallivan Center
- Sept. 3: Labor Day Music Festival at the Gallivan Center
With the kids off school and adults off work, Labor Day weekend is a perfect time to visit SLC's best kid-friendly parks, museums and attractions.
Fun, free and healthy - a family hike is one of my favorite Labor Day weekend activities.
Stretch your summer fun this Labor Day weekend with one of the Salt Lake area's pools, water parks or splash pads.
Pick up some fresh produce for your Labor Day barbecue at one of these great farmers markets held Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays around the Salt Lake area.
Salt Lake Bees
The America First Credit Union Super Oval presents Doomsday Trailer Races with MOD, HNT and SUP September 3rd at RMR. Don't miss out!
Monday, Sept. 3, 2012, 6 p.m.
6555 W. 2100 S.
Tickets $20-$25, kids $5
The Rose Exposed offers a sampling of Salt Lake City's diverse performing arts options at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation, Plan B Theatre Company, Pygmalion Theatre Company, Repertory Dance Theatre, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, and SB Dance will present free classes, activities and performances all day Sept. 1, followed by a variety show that evening with performances from all six groups.
Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, beginning at 9 a.m.
138 W. 100 S.
801-355-2787 or 888-451-2787
Daytime events are free, but a ticket is required. Evening shows are $10.