Labor Day Weekend Events 2015

Festival attendees look on at a brightly colored painting

Looking for something fun to do Labor Day Weekend? Southeast Michigan is loaded with excitement for all ages!

Michigan Renaissance Festival – Holly, MI
August 22-October 4, 2015

Renaissance attendeeThis Michigan tradition takes you back to the sights and sounds of the 60’s…the 1660’s and the age of renaissance. You shall be surrounded by knights, princesses, jesters, jousters and of course, giant turkey legs.

Michigan Peach Festival – Romeo, MI
September 3-7, 2015

Peach pie at the peach festivalA family fun weekend with Carnival Rides, Car Shows, Arts and Craft show, Baby Photo Contest, Night Parade and Bed Races.

Arts, Beats & Eats – Royal Oak, MI
September 4-7, 2015

Arts beats and eats attendees mingle among the vendorsIn it’s 16th year, Arts Beats and Eats is full of – you guessed it – a juried Art Show, hundreds of musical acts and wide assortment of edible delights.

Michigan State Fair – Novi, MI
September 4-7, 2015

Ferris wheel at nightTake a walk down the midway at the new State Fair, loaded with rides and games, livestock exhibits, a Michigan Made Pavilion, live entertainment and a circus tent.

36th Annual Detroit Jazz Festival – Detroit, MI
September 4-7, 2015

Cello player boogying at the Jazz FestivalA weekend of phenomenal music on 5 stages at the largest free jazz festival in North America.

Hamtramck Labor Day Festival – Hamtramck, MI
September 5-7, 2015

Festival attendees walking around with vendorsThree stages of live music, fowling in the streets, great food, an artist village, a parade and carnival area.

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3 thoughts on “Labor Day Weekend Events 2015

  1. […] Labor Day Weekend reminds us it’s almost last call time for this arboreal frog that thrives in our midst. Keep a lookout for these frogs, and you may be rewarded with amazing views and photo opportunities. Some are clinging to sunflower stalks, others are shaded in garden shrubbery and a few are enjoying the world from their above ground vantage point of kayaks in outdoor storage or empty wren boxes. Many might stay hidden on tree trunks and branches out of human view. […]

  2. For Hamtramck Labor Day Festival I see the description “fowling in the streets” — do you mean “bowling”?

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