6 Ways to Celebrate Labor Day

From fireworks displays to festivals, there are plenty of festive options.


Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest
Thru Sept. 3

Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest is the home of warm-weather fun with a roller rink, mini-golf, a bowling alley located right at Penn’s Landing. Admission is free and open to the public daily through Labor Day.

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Fireworks and Fountains at Longwood Gardens
Thru Sept. 2

Cap off the summer with one of Longwood Gardens’ illustrious fireworks and fountains extravaganzas that have been astounding visitors for decades.

Budweiser Made in American Music Festival
Sept. 2-3

Now in its fifth year, concertgoers can enjoy this two-day festival seeing top-billed artists in the heart of the city. This year’s festival features Jay Z, J. Cole and the Chainsmokers.

Sesame Place Labor Day Barbeque
Sept. 2-3

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Kids will love spending Labor Day weekend with Elmo, Bert and Ernie while enjoying some barbecue in Big Bird’s Riverside Pavilion. Plenty of other activities will also be available. The night will be capped with a fireworks show at 8:25 p.m.

Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show and County Fair
Sept. 2-4

With an array games, exhibits, musical acts, craft vendors and food trucks, this Labor Day tradition will appeal to the whole family.

Chaddsford Winery Labor Day Music Fest
Sept. 2-4

Enjoy food from local food trucks, live music, and Pennsylvania-made wine as the Chaddsford Winery closes out the season. 

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