What to Do Labor Day Weekend

Though Sept. 22 is the first day of fall, Labor Day usually marks the end of summer. It’s the last long weekend for backyard barbecues, beach getaways and other summer activities before the cooler weather comes in.

There are a few fun festivities happening around town this Labor Day weekend, and so I thought I’d be a doll and clue you in. If you don’t have anything planned yet, check out these Labor Day events this weekend. 

Farewell to Summer Labor Day Weekend Celebration

Savannah’s Entertainment District, aka Plant Riverside District is hosting a special celebration Labor Day weekend to bid summer adieu. From Sept. 2-5, the public can enjoy free family-friendly festivities including live music, kids activities, riverfront performances by Cirque Divina and an outdoor screening of Grease.

There will be a variety of musical performers taking the stage throughout the weekend. And guests can look forward to all kinds of Labor Day food and drink specials at Plant Riverside’s various eateries. Check out the full event schedule and plan accordingly. 

Labor Day Beach Bashes
On Sept. 3 from 7:30 to 10 p.m., the Ultimate Eagles tribute band On the Border will perform a free concert on Tybee Island at the iconic Pier and Pavilion. Get ready to rock out to Eagles classics well into the night.

Beloved beach music band the Swingin’ Medallions will also play at Tybee’s Pier and Pavilion on Sept. 4 from 7:30 to 10 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public. Bring a beach chair and prepare to enjoy good music and good vibes with good people.

The Great Ogeechee Water Fight
Get wet and wild Sunday, Sept. 4 at the Great Ogeechee Water Fight. Taking place at Fort McAllister from 2 to 3:30 p.m., the event is a water fight extravaganza, featuring water guns, games and family fun. Admission is just $2 and parking is $5. Pre-register for the water fight by calling (912) 727-2339.