Labor Day in Las Vegas is all about the parties, celebrities, and sunshine.
Las Vegas will play host to lots of celebrity appearances and shows along the Strip. Prices tend to increase for holiday weekends and shows and parties often sell out quickly, so be sure to check the holiday weekend lineup to plan ahead and book as soon as you can.
If you’re looking for Las Vegas Labor Day Weekend 2018 ideas, check out some of these local activities and fun things do in Las Vegas in September, including…
- Rockstar Pool Party
- Recorrido por la represa Hoover
- High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ
- Señor Frogs
- ¡ Y más!
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Please note, the special events taking place at these attractions may be separately ticketed and not included on the Go Card.
Hit up a Pool Party
Pack your sunscreen and take advantage of one of the last weekends of summer and join in on some Vegas pool party fun.
Reserve a spot on a tour and enjoy not having to worry about the logistics or reserve a cabana in advance at a pool of your choice for a VIP experience.
Lots of pools will be hosting special Labor Day Weekend events, you can party poolside along popular DJs,celebrities, and more.
A su llegada: Rockstar Las Vegas Pool Party Tour tickets are available on the Go Las Vegas Card.
Recorrido por la represa Hoover
The Hoover Dam is a must-see attraction when visiting the Las Vegas area. It’s a marvel of twentieth-century engineering as well as a national landmark. You’ll get to soak up the amazing sights of the Hoover Dam from the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, which will give you an amazing view from 900 feet above the Colorado River.
Detailed tours of the dam and its workings are fascinating glimpses behind-the scenes.
A drive across the bridge’s expanse provides amazing views, too.
A su llegada: Hoover Dam Tour tickets are available on the Go Las Vegas Card.
Get ready for a night out at the famous Señor Frogs. Offering tasty Mexican-inspired cuisine alongside delicious, inventive drinks, this popular restaurant is one of our favorites.
Don’t forget about their one-hour open bar, which can both be a lot of fun and save you some money. Have some fun and get a little loco while you’re at it.
A su llegada: Señor Frogs: One-Hour Open Bar vouchers are available on the Go Las Vegas Card.
Entertainment at The LINQ
Head to The LINQ, an open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment destination and see what they’ve got going on for the weekend.
Get above it all on the High Roller for some great views of the scene on the Strip below and fun photo opportunities.
The ride lasts about 30 minutes, all the while you’ll be surrounded by beautiful views of downtown Las Vegas, from 550 feet above the ground.
A su llegada: High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ tickets are available on the Go Las Vegas Card.
One of the hippest areas in Las Vegas is Fremont Street. With everything from trendy bars and restaurants to boutique shops and indie bookstores, they’ve got it all.
It’s also an up-and-coming neighborhood, so expect to see something new each time you visit.
Whether you want to explore on your own like a local or take an informative tour (no shame in that!), Fremont Street awaits your company.
Getting In: Admission to Fremont Street is free; Las Vegas Walking Tour tickets are included with the Go Las Vegas Card.
Bellagio Conservatory & Botanic Garden
If you’re looking for a refreshing breath of nature in the middle of the Nevada Desert, the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanic Garden is a must-visit destination for you.
With fabulous, elaborate themes that change seasonally – this year, it’s “Primal Water” through October 21 – there’s always something new and fantastic at this attraction.
Getting In: Admission to the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanic Garden is free.
Dance it Out to an EDM Show
Lots of top DJs, including Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, DJ Snake, Zedd, Tiesto, and many more will be celebrating Labor Day Weekend by working in Las Vegas (thank you DJs!).
Check out the lineup put together by electronic.vegas to see if one of your favorites will be at a Vegas venue and snag some tickets.
Getting In: Admission to concerts is separately ticketed and is not included with the Go Las Vegas Card. For more information about current shows and to purchase tickets, visit individual event websites.
The Wildlife Habitat at Flamingo Hotel
This is one of the more unique and most beloved attractions in all of Las Vegas.
The Flamingo Hotel honors their namesakes with a delightful wildlife habitat featuring these stunning birds alongside turtles, fish, and other exotic birds.
A visit here is a great chance to connect with nature in the middle of an urban jungle. This is an especially great place to stop if you have children, it’s a great escape from the typical Las Vegas scene.
Getting in: Admission to the Wildlife Habitat is free.
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There you go – plenty of fun ideas for things to do in Las Vegas in September to help you plan your Labor Day weekend itinerary.
Remember, some of these great attraction options are available on the Go Las Vegas Card, where you can save up to 60% on combined admission vs paying at the gate.
Please note, the Labor Day weekend events taking place at some of these attractions may be separately ticketed and not included with the Go Las Vegas Card.
We hope you consider visiting some of these attractions to help round out your summer vacation in style.