There is so much to do in the city metro surrounding. So, rather you are firing up the grill, heading downtown, window watching in Clayton or walking the dog in Forest Park.
I have the top 10 things to do in St Louis for Labor Day. But first a little history about Labor Day.
Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States celebrated on the first Monday in September to honor and recognize the American labor movement and the works and contributions of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States. The three-day weekend it falls on is called Labor Day Weekend.
Top 10 St Louis things to do:
I always liked the Greek Fest, and I haven’t been in years since the pandemic. It looks like a good day to drop on by.
It’s easy to “go Greek” over Labor Day weekend at the St. Nicholas Greek Festival in the Central West End. Food is one of the big draws at the St. Nicholas Greek Festival.
2. Japanese Festival,
Sat, Sep 3, 10 AM – Mon, Sep 5, 5 PM
3. Visit Black-owned farm sites throughout North City and North County and learn how you can support the local food justice movement About this Event Join us on Labor Day for a Black Farm Tour where…Read more on AllEvents.in
Mon, Sep 5, 6 – 10 PM
4. All White Party – Labor Day Edition! A music line up you won’t want to miss. Anita Jackson, Dirty Muggs, and more! Surprise special guest will be in the building-Grammy award winning rapper. 30+
Sun, Sep 4, 4 PM – Mon, Sep 5, 1 AM
5. Cubs vs Cardinals at Busch Stadium September 2-4
Fri, Sep 2
Sat, Sep 3
Sun, Sep 4
6. Comedy Lovers here you go!
Mon, Sep 5, 7 PM
7. St. Louis World’s Fare Heritage Festival & Games | September 2–4
The World’s Fair came to St. Louis in 1904, and we still can’t get enough of it! The World’s Fare celebrates the legacy of the fair with lots of food, fun, and entertainment. Reggae-funk-ska legends Fishbone headline Sunday night. See website for times and prices. Forest Park. Courtesy of explore St Louis.
8. Gateway Cup | September 2–5
Missouri’s top cycling event makes its way across the city this weekend, with a series of four races in various neighborhoods: Lafayette Square, St. Louis Hills, Francis Park, The Hill, and Benton Park. There’s also a host of other family-friendly events, including rides for kids of all ages and abilities, neighborhood expos, a charity run, viewing parties, and bike tours.
9. Spend time with your family
10. Go to church and/or go help someone in need.