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10 Things to Do for Labor Day Weekend 2019 in Las Vegas

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|by Jena Pugh |

From delicious cuisine to summer concerts

Labor Day Weekend may be the unofficial end to summer but it’s certainly not the end of entertainment in Las Vegas. This Labor Day Weekend enjoy parties, new restaurants, festivals, free concerts and more. 

Head to Vegas this Labor Day weekend to see Def Leopard in their new Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood (Photo: Caesars Entertainment)

Head to Vegas this Labor Day weekend to see Def Leopard in their new Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood (Photo: Caesars Entertainment)

Enjoy Sexy Italian Food
You’ll need someplace to eat in between all of your celebrating so why not check out the new Italian restaurant Ambra Italian Kitchen and Bar at MGM Grand. Opening Aug. 26, the new eatery invites guests to see how sleek and sexy Italian eating can be.

Sip Tequila
It’s a given you’re going to be enjoying some drinks over Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas. Why not enjoy them at the newest bar in town - Mama Rabbit Mezcal and Tequila Bar. Opening at Park MGM on Aug. 28, the tequila bar celebrates Mexico through mezcal, tequila and light bites. It was created by James Beard award-winner Bricia Lopez.

Party at a Pool Party
Kick off Labor Day Weekend at one of Las Vegas’ legendary pool parties. No matter which pool you decide to visit you will experience some of the hottest DJ’s and EDM stars. The parties can get rowdy and usually go until it’s time to change into club clothes.

Sit Outside One Last Time
Get outside and enjoy the final days of summer with a drink and dinner at Cabo Wabo Cantina at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Sit Strip-side and enjoy a DJ on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 from noon until 3 am. Ryan Whyte Maloney, who appeared on season six of “The Voice” will perform live music beginning at 9 p.m. on Sept. 2.

Exodus Festival
If you’re coming to Las Vegas to party this Labor Day Weekend check out the Exodus Festival. It’s the only place where you can experience all of Vegas’ hottest nightclub in one weekend. The Festival includes visits to Hakkasan at MGM where you’ll see Lil Jon, Wet Republic at MGM with Tiesto, Jewel Nightclub with Steve Aoki and more. 

Enjoy a Free Concert
Take the Labor Day festivities Downtown to Fremont Street and enjoy two free concerts over Labor Day Weekend. On Aug. 30 enjoy the Wallflowers perform then on Sept. 1 revisit the ’90’s with “I Love the ’90’s Featuring Vanilla Ice, Montell Jordan, All-4-One, Tone Loc and Coolio. There are also numerous places to dine and play at Fremont Street.

Say Goodbye to Summer at Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
Since Labor Day is the unofficial end to summer why not check out the summer display at the Botanical Gardens. La Dolce Vita, runs through Sept. 7 and whisks guests away to summertime in Italy with recreations of famous places and events like The Pallo, Sienna’s twice-yearly horserace, Piazza del Campo, The Palazzo Public, the Sienese Town Hall and more, all of which are recreated with thousands of gorgeous flowers.

Watch Def Leppard
Legendary rock band Def Leppard will bring a new residency to the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood over Labor Day Weekend. The band will be playing all of their hits including “Rock of Ages,” “Love Bites,” “Armageddon It,” “Pour Some Sugar on Me” and “Fooling.” Catch them Sept. 1, 4, 6 and 7.

Play Football
Get a jump on your fantasy football league with draft parties at Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas. The bar will host fantasy football parties with packages for leagues through Sept. 3.

Dance with EDM Stars
Top DJs and EDM artists will be celebrating Labor Day Weekend in Vegas. Cardi B, Rick Ross, Tiesto, DJ Pauly D are just a few of the big names headlining on the Strip over the holiday weekend.

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