With Labor Day just around the corner, bar and nightclub owners should be finalizing their plans for the long weekend. Like Memorial Day, Labor Day allows operators to capitalize on the extra day. Not to mention, patrons will want to celebrate the end of summer in style. There’s still time to create an unforgettable night, so glean some ideas from these savvy nightclub and bar operators.
Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub in The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas is celebrating Labor Day Weekend with international talent in the club and poolside. Above & Beyond, Avicii, Benny Benassi, 3LAU, Cedric Gervais, Hardwell, Kaskade, Martin Solveig, Mat Zo and more will be performing throughout the weekend.
What better way to spend Labor Day, then soaking in summer one last weekend at the The Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington, D.C. Mother Trucker Saturdays and Adult Swim on Sundays offer food, drink, DJs and entertainment including fire breathers, aerial artists during the Saturday party and blow-up pool toys and costumed dancer Sunday.
America’s Finest City is hosting a Labor Day pub crawl. On Sept. 1, San Diego pub crawlers will kick things off at House of Blues, where 80s hair band Wayward Sons will perform. The party will then head to FLUXX, followed by Side Bar and Quality Social; each venue will be open exclusively to pub crawl participants, providing them with drink specials and entertainment.
Fontainbleau BleauLive is celebrating its Labor Day Weekend with a Timbaland & Friends party on September 1. The weekend also comprises tastings, poolside entertainment during the day, culminating with a live performance from Timbaland. The three-day packages start at $250 per night.
In Sin City, Surrender Nightclub is starting their revels on Thursday, Aug. 30 with DADA Life and Morgan Page. Porter Robinson, Steve Aoki, Calvin Harri, Afrojack, Sideny Samson and more will be DJing throughout the weekend.
And if you don’t make it out to Surrender, head over to XS and Tryst nightclubs for a Labor Day that features AN21 & Max Vangeli, Tiesto, Afrojack, Steve Angello, Deadmau5, David Guetta, and end Labor Day with an encore performance from Deadmau5.