Labor Day Festivities. It’s the end of the summer, and it’s time to end things on a sweet note. If your in New York City, Portland, or Vegas then we’ve gotcha covered on what to do this weekend. Grab your a limo, town car, or party bus and your friends, then head to one of the events below.
Check out resident DJ, DJ Pauly D spinning at the Palms Casino Resort Pool during the day, followed by Club Rain that night. Fist Pump!
College Student? Head over to McFadden’s Restaurant and Saloon, sporting a college t-shirt and receives shots for half price.
Armin Van Buren spins at Marquee.
Check out Calvin Harris and Afrojack at Surrender nightclub in Encore.
Jersey Shore Fan? Check out Snooki doing what she does best: “partying” at Pure Nightclub in Caesar’s
Got that lovin’ feeling? Check out Sade and John Legend performing at the MGM Grand
If you wanna laugh this weekend, then don’t miss Bill Cosby at Treasure Island
Paul Oakenfold spinning at Club Rain in the Palms.
LMFAO brings the party at Tao
Takin’ it back to the 80’s and early 90’s: The B-52’s and Human Leagues perform at the Mandalay Bay
Def Leopard will pour some sugar on the crowd at the MGM Grand
R&B Star Ginuwine will keep the ladies swooning’ at LAX Night Club
Flo Ride performs at Haze Nightclub in the Aria
Keeping things on the naughtier side of “naughty and nice”, The Bank will host a Lingerie Ball
Ferry Corsten spins his magical beats at Nikki Beach at the Tropicana
Get your grub on at the Bare Pool Backyard BBQ event
Above and Beyond spins at Wet Republic
Disco Fever, baby! Discos, Discos Dance Party at Club Holocene
Labor Day Weekend Bacon Arts and Cupcake Festival
Held in NW Portland on the corner of Flanders and 8th, Saturday-Monday
Bacon bar, Voodoo Doughnuts Treats, and Nike, Columbia, Lucy and other top brands at deeply discounted prices? Um, yes please! What’s better than bacon and shopping?!
Art in The Pearl: Fine Arts & Crafts Festival. Come check out the work of 100+ artists in the beautiful Pearl District. Sat-Mon, beginning at 10 am.
Check out Scene at Club Aura and get your party on.
If there’s one thing Oregonians love, it’s their wine! Lucky for them and those who choose to visit Portland this weekend, there are many exclusive vineyards opening their usually exclusive doors to the public! Grab a limo, or SUV and some friends. With over 25+ wineries opening their doors this is not to be missed! Check out: http://www.chehalemmountains.org/ for further details.
New Hawthorne Market, grand opening
Begins at noon, at 2310 SE Hawthorne
Great for people watching, tasty food, and shopping
Party at the Barrel Room, downtown Portland. Doors open at 9 pm-DJs and Dancing.
Labor Day Picnic at Oaks Park. Great for family fun!
New York City, NY
Electric Zoo after Party with Fatboy Slim. Electric beats to shake your booty to. Check out Electric Zoo prior to that, starting at 2 at the Robert F Kennedy Bridge, Randall’s Island. 4 stages, tons of acts
Adrenaline Junkie? Check out the Tony Hawk Vert Jam. Watch as pros Hawk and Staab (among others) show off their smoothest moves on a huge half pipe set up along the Hudson. (Hudson River Park, Pier 54)
Ladies, grab your girls and head on over to Touch, 240 W. 52nd Street. You and girls are free until 1am.
Where are you going after work? Head to Stay for drinks with your co-workers to get your weekend off to a relaxing start. Rated as one of the best after work lounges, by reviewers on Citysearch.com . 244 E Houston.
Take a limo to Brooklyn and taste some fine gin at Breuckelen Gin Distillery.
Check out the Sidecar Bar & Grill, several blocks away-White Bean dip and blue oysters, anyone?
Rolling Stone and the Art of the Record Review, 128 E 63rd St. The exhibit boasts designs from the album reviews of Rolling Stone, since 1970.
Is hip hop your thing? Head to Governor’s Island to check out the talented Nas, Lauren Hill, Erykah Badu, Ghostface, and more at Rock the Bells concert series.
How well do you lie? If you’re good at poker, or maybe just putting forward a good poker face, then you have to check out The Liar Show at the Cornelia Street Café-29 Cornelia Street-. Member of the audience choose which out the four tales is true and which is a lie. Wine prizes for a correct guess.
Love shopping? Check out Mary Meyer’s new boutique on 56 Bogart St, where she will be offering up to 60% off on some of her finest duds. Score!
Combine two of my favorite things: wine and chocolate, and I’ll be there. Ayza wine and chocolate bar at 11 West 31st Street accomplishes this and much more. Open until 1 a.m.
Today is Brazillian Day in NYC. In celebration, a mile-long multi-street fair is held from 10-7pm on 46th St between Madison and 8th Aves. Check out traditional Brazilian dance performances, djs, and amazing food.
Head for a spot along the Hudson River to check out the Annual Tug Boat Races. Boat compete for the fastest tug boat, along with Best Dressed Crew, and Best Vintage Tugboat
If you like house music then you can’t miss Club Pacha tonight. World class DJ Roger Sanchez will pumping up the crowd with his contagious beats for the official Electric Zoo After Party. Be there.
Three words: Barney’s. Warehouse. Sale. 255 W. 17th St. Lowest Prices of the season. ‘Nuff said.
West Indian American Day Carnival, Brooklyn. Beginning at 11 am. Parade, Island Culture, and Caribbean Eats.
Sports Fan? Don’t miss the 2011 US Open held at Flushing Meadows, Corona Park, Queens. Sharapova, Wozniacki, Nadal and Federer. Bonus: Iron Chef Morimoto serving up his signature sushi on site.
Show off your Salsa dancing skills at Taj Lounge, 48 West 21st St. Monday is Salsa night complete with drink specials. How festive!