What should you do for Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas? We’ve got you covered! Enjoy perfect weather out by the pool, see a world-class show or concert, and then dance till you drop to chart-topping DJs at a fantastic day or nightclub. Additionally, dine on top-notch eats at one of the many new restaurants, and be sure to check out some of Vegas’ iconic attractions. With so many things to do in Las Vegas for Labor Day Weekend 2023, the destination is an ideal place to close out the summer season!
Nightlife Lights Up Las Vegas
Experience top talent all weekend over the 2023 Labor Day holiday in Vegas as DJs take the stage, or shall we say booths, at the destination’s state-of-the-art nightclubs. Plus, with events taking place throughout the weekend, it all culminates to one of the best Monday nights Las Vegas has ever seen.
EDM heavy hitters and chart-topping hip-hop acts will all supply unbeatable party vibes throughout the weekend, including:
Lil Jon (Sept. 1), Bia (Sept. 2) and DJ Pauly D (Sept. 4) at JEWEL Nightclub at ARIA Resort & Casino.
Illenium (Sept. 2) and Steve Aoki (Sept. 3) at OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace.
DJ Sourmilk (Aug. 31), DJ Spider (Sept. 1) and O.T. Genasis with Justin Credible (Sept. 2) at TAO Nightclub at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas.
The Chainsmokers (Sept. 1), Calvin Harris (Sept. 2) and Diplo (Sept. 3) at XS Nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas.
DJ Snake (Aug. 31), ZEDD (Sept. 1) and Kaskade (Sept. 2) at Zouk Nightclub at Resorts World Las Vegas.
Whatever nightlife experience you’re looking for, Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas will surely deliver and exceed expectations!
See Your Favorites on Stage
Las Vegas is the Entertainment Capital of the World after all, so prepare to see something unforgettable and mesmerizing at one of the many exciting shows taking place during Labor Day Weekend in Vegas.
From superstar residencies to outstanding touring acts, the concert calendar is packed. Don’t miss out on top-notch shows from recognizable acts such as:
Weezer (Sept. 1) at Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
Air Supply (Sept. 1 & 2) at Orleans Showroom at The Orleans Hotel and Casino.
Counting Crows (Sept. 2) at Pearl Theater at Palms Casino Resort.
Luke Bryan (Sept. 2 & 3) at Resorts World Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas.
Adele (Sept. 1 & 2) at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Drake and 21 Savage (Sept. 1 & 2) at T-Mobile Arena.
The comedy schedule for Labor Day Weekend offers something for every standup fan. Comedy acts taking the mic include:
Jeff Dunham (Sept. 3) at Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
Tom Segura (Aug. 31; Sept. 1 & 2) at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Rich Little (Sept. 3) at the Laugh Factory at Tropicana Las Vegas.
Catch Some Rays at a Fabulous Dayclub
Many of the globe’s top EDM and hip-hop stars will be providing the entertainment at these splash bashes, including:
DJ CLA (Aug. 31), Eric D-Lux (Sept. 1) and DJ Pauly D (Sept. 2) at Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Timmy Trumpet (Sept. 1), Alesso (Sept. 2) and Fisher (Sept. 3) at TAO Beach Dayclub at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas.
Dillon Francis (Sept. 1), Marshmello (Sept. 2) and Gryffin (Sept. 3) at Encore Beach Club at Wynn Las Vegas.
Nervo (Sept. 1), Tiësto (Sept. 2) and RL Grime (Sept. 3) at Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World Las Vegas.
Rick Ross (Sept. 2) at Drai’s Beachclub at The Cromwell Las Vegas.
Aside from these party-hearty dayclubs, there are fantastic resort pools to soak up the sun at, too. Check out Stadium Swim at Circa Resort & Casino, a pool amphitheater with a massive digital screen displaying the best live games. For a relaxing day by the pool, head to Resort Pool at Red Rock Casino Resort Spa, where you can lounge in luxury while enjoying craft cocktails and tasty bites! There’s also Élia Beach at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, a Mykonos-inspired oasis complete with a sand-entrance pool. Don’t forget the sunscreen!
Experience World-Class Dining
Las Vegas is a foodie’s dream, with its celebrity chef-helmed eateries and specialty grub hubs. Labor Day Weekend is a perfect time to take in the destination’s essential eats.
First stop, breakfast at Duck Donuts at Grand Bazaar Shops for made-to-order donuts, donut breakfast sandwiches (yum!), and a selection of hot and iced coffee drinks. Then, whether you’re looking for lunch or brunch, Laguna Pool House & Kitchen at Palms Casino Resort is guaranteed to hit the spot. The poolside space offers fresh and fun fare, including starters, salads, pizzas and more. There’s also The Sundry at UnCommons, a food hall just a quick drive from the Strip with international offerings like Californian-inspired Italian at Barzotto, Indian fare at Dhaba Ji, and Mediterranean favorites at Kávos Coastal Greek Grill — and that’s only a few!
And after a day of exploring the destination, a delicious dinner with a stylish ambiance and impeccable service is exactly what you’ll need. Find just that at Ocean Prime, a gorgeous restaurant with a fabulous patio overlooking the Strip. Prime cuts and fresh catches are on the menu, alongside scrumptious sides, and elevated appetizers like white truffle caviar deviled eggs.
End the evening at Rouge Room at Red Rock Casino Resort Spa, with a post-dinner drink and some lively entertainment.
The sophisticated Parisian lounge offers signature and classic cocktails alongside an impressive list of wines, beers and even mocktails. Stick around for the live music and DJ sets and make a night out of it!
Enjoy an Only Vegas Experience
In between splashing under the sun and dancing the night away, take in a truly Vegas experience!
The city is celebrating 70 years as the Wedding Capital of the World with a once-in-a-century special event on Sep. 3 at Caesars Palace. Hundreds of couples are expected to attend the celebration which includes a mass wedding vow renewal, brunch, a dessert wedding cake by “Cake Boss” Buddy V., plus an original vintage Vegas musical production. Tickets are still available here.
For other Only Vegas moments, you can live the high life while taking in fabulous views of the Strip on the observation deck at The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Tower. Or catch a baseball game (Aug. 31, Sept. 1-3) at Las Vegas Ballpark. For a fun, mind-bending experience, visit the Paradox Museum and its reversed room, unusual tunnel and sofa.
With so many things to do in Las Vegas for Labor Day Weekend, your itinerary is going to be packed with all kinds of fun and excitement. Discover our deals to help you plan your trip to Las Vegas for Labor Day Weekend 2023, the ultimate celebratory destination.