Labor Day Events in Arizona - Concerts, Festivals & Weekend Ideas

2014 Labor Day Events in Arizona
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Trying to figure out how and where to spend Labor Day Weekend in Arizona?  Take a look at these great weekend ideas in Phoenix, Sedona, Prescott, Tucson and everywhere in between!

Find music festivals, art walks and even a Hawaiian Luau and Reggae Fest! Why not spend the weekend away from home? Come on, you deserve it! The Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa offers luxuriuos accommodations without breaking the bank!



Don't miss Reggae Fest with Third World & Black Uhuru. Opening Act, Native Roots.

Gates open at 2pm. Show starts at 3pm. Tickets are $35 and $45. Festival style seating. Prices will increase by $5 for each ticket tier, day of show.






Harold’s Corral Hawaiian Luau 2014
If you can’t escape the heat this Labor Day weekend, a Hawaiian Luau in Cave Creek may be exactly the kind of getaway you need to celebrate the end of summer. Harold’s Cave Creek Corral is hosting its 17th Annual Hawaiian Luau, which features a pig roast luau buffet, Tia’s Royal Islanders Hawaiian Luau Dancers, a reggae performance by Grantman & the Island Beat, a limbo and hula contest, face painting, Lei making, Hawaiian vendors, drink specials and more. CLICK FOR MORE INFO




There are real cowboy bars all over the great wide American West, but few that serve up great live music daily like Scottsdale's Rusty Spur Saloon. So come out an enjoy an ice cold beer and some hot country dancing this labor day weekend! 



AUGUST 30TH - SEPTEMBER 1ST - Scottdale's Hottest Pool Party - Talking Stick Resort
The amazing summer pool party series, Release, is the perfect way to celebrate the labor day weekend in style. Enjoy drink specials, promotional giveaways, cabana rentals and more. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


2012 Labor Day Events in Arizona

AUG 22 – SEPT 6
Grand Canyon Music Festival (GRAND CANYON/TUSAYAN) 31st season with series of evening concerts, musicians from around the country, from jazz to classical. Shrine of the Ages, Doors open 7 pm, visit for concert dates and tickets.

AUG 29
Sedona Community Farmer's Market (SEDONA) Meet the local grower & taste the local flavor! Farm fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, grass fed beef, goat products, tamales, breads and pastries, gluten free, vegan, hand-made chocolates, live music and much more! Creek-side parking lot of Tlaquepaque, 8 am – 11:30 am, 928-821-1133.

Watch our video of Tlaquepaque and spend the entire day ...

AUG 29 - SEPT 1
65th Coconino County Fair (FLAGSTAFF) Enjoy live entertainment, livestock shows, thrilling carnival rides, traditional fair exhibits, interactive activities for kids and adults, and over 100 food and vendors. Fort Tuthill County Park Fairgrounds, 928-679-8000. 2014 Coconino County Fair in Flagstaff - READ MORE

AUG 30
10th Annual Phoenix Cooks! (SCOTTSDALE) For one day, the Valley’s best chefs convene to share a variety of vibrant ingredients combined into the tastiest dishes that will intrigue the pallet, enhance your culinary experience and benefit Banner Children’s. Westin Kierland Resort, Advance tickets will be $85/adult and $100/adult at the door, tickets

AUG 30 – SEPT 1
29th Annual Faire on the Square (PRESCOTT) Arts & Crafts Show with over 100 vendors including fine art, jewelry, food and much more. Enjoy the show under the cool American elm trees around The Historic Courthouse Plaza, Sat & Sun 9 – 5pm & Mon 9 – 3pm, 928-445-2000.

Watch our video of Prescott and take a tour through this historic town in Arizona.  Spend the weekend!


AUG 30 – SEPT 1
Flagstaff Art in the Park Labor Day Show (FLAGSTAFF) Food vendors, regional entertainers, and quality arts and crafts booths will combine to make this year’s festival a memorable celebration in the heart of Northern Arizona’s cool pines! Wheeler Park, Sat & Sun 9-6pm, Mon 9-4pm, free, 928.556.9498.

AUG 31
Brewery Gulch Daze (BISBEE) Chili Cook-Off, Miz Biz Contest, Water Balloon Contest, Bed Race, Pet Parade, Kissing Booth. Historic Brewery Gulch, free, 520-432-3554.

Kids FREE at Lowell (FLAGSTAFF) Lowell Observatory will be open for kids' hands-on activities throughout the day (9-5pm). Kids must be accompanied by an adult, 928-233-3211.