Most people consider Labor Day to be the last day of summer – when life shifts from pools and barbecues to school and holidays. This year, make sure your summer goes out with a bang by attending some Labor Day weekend concerts near St. Louis MO. Find a list of scheduled concerts and festivals below.
Labor Day Weekend Concerts near St. Louis MO
Big Muddy Blues Festival
When: September 2nd-3rd
Where: Laclede’s Landing
If you like music, the Big Muddy Blues Fest is the place to be on Labor Day weekend. More than 50 musical acts are set to perform including locals Marquise Knox, Jeremiah Johnson, and Big Joe Brock. The music starts each day at 3 and local restaurants will be serving food and drinks. Ticket cost is $10 per day.
Midwest ROCKFEST 2017
When: September 1st – 3rd
Where: Bird’s Nest Lodge, Steelville, MO
The 2nd annual Midwest ROCKFEST is going down at Bird’s Nest Lodge this Labor Day weekend. Guests attending the fest will have access to over 20 rock performances including bands like Heath Gaddy, Pogo Funk, Discrepancies, and The O’Brien Effect. Day pass ticket holders will also receive 20% off camping, lodging and floating at the Bird’s Nest Lodge.
Jazz Music in Frontier Park
When: September 3rd
Where: Frontier Park, St. Charles MO
A free jazz concert will be taking place at Frontier Park in St. Charles. The band will start performing at 7:30pm at the Jaycee Pavilion. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and/or blankets to enjoy this outdoor event.
When: September 9th and 10th from 11:00am CST to 10:00pm CST
Where: Forest Park St. Louis
LouFest is taking place the weekend after Labor Day but we wanted to include it as an honorable mention because if you like concerts, you shouldn’t miss it. The 2017 LouFest lineup is set to include acts like Weezer, Snoop Dog, Cage the Elephant, Run the Jewels, Huey Lewis and the News, and more.
Other Labor Day Events
If concerts aren’t your jam, check out some other Labor Day 2017 events going on around St. Louis below.
- Midwest Wingfest Sept. 1-2
- St. Nicholas Greek Festival Sept. 1-4
- Japanese Festival Sept. 2-4
- St. Louis Labor Day Parade Sept. 4