Labor Day is celebrated by most Americans as the symbolic end of the summer and typically celebrated with picnics, barbecues, fireworks displays, parties, parades and other events. Labor Day in Dallas TX is not just the end of summer but a chance to have a holiday from work or school and kick off the NFL & college football seasons. Some things to do on Labor Day 2019 Dallas include camping, fishing and golfing. Want to do something at night in Dallas for Labor Day Weekend 2019? Check out the Dallas Nightlife Guide or the Dallas Texas Restaurants Guide.
Things to Do for Labor Day in Dallas 2019
3rd Riverfront Jazz Festival
The 2019 festival attendees will browse and shop through vendor booths, experience diverse foods and enjoy music performances.
Gardening in the Shade
Dealing with darkness...? While it's true that there are fewer plants that flower in shade, we can help you understand how to create a lush mixture of plantings, using height and texture variations.
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Labor Day Food Truck Rally 2019
at Klyde Warren Park
On Labor Day Sunday, enjoy an amazing array of culinary treats from more than 25 of the best food trucks and carts in the Metroplex.
Oso Oso @ Club Dada
Performers OSO OSO The Sidekicks, Future Teens
Café Tacvba 30th Anniversary Tour
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar: Head in before your show and receive 15% off your meal with your concert ticket! Make your reservation and view the menu here- www.houseofblues.com/dallas/restaurant
Candy Run/Walk Challenge (5k, 10k, 15k, and Half Marathon) - Lewisville
at Lewisville Find Tickets
CANDY RUN 5K, 10K, 15K, HALF MARATHON CHALLENGE Jumping in the time machine we went back to a day where video games were nonexistent and board games were a nightly family favorite. One game comes to mind as one that stood out as a favorite, Candyland! Back to the pre
It’s Hot in the City! Rainbow Vomit, the Interactive Art Adventure
at Rainbow Vomit
Rainbow Vomit, Dallas’ unique immersive art exhibit, is taking the summer by storm with extended summer hours, upgraded interactions and visuals, and programming geared to appeal to all ages.