Labor Day Weekend Events in Atlanta

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Spend the special Labor Day weekend at one of these Atlanta events.

Dragon Con in Downtown Atlanta

This huge popular culture convention celebrates science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music and film. Sept. 1-5.

Pioneer Days Festival at Sam Smith Park

This festival features arts and crafts vendors and a carnival with modern rides and food and game concessions. Sept. 2-5.

Buford Corn Maze

Explore family-friendly activities, including the corn maze, Kid’s CORNer, hayride, popcorn jumping pillow, pony rides, farm animals and more. Sept 1-5.

Labor Day Celebration at Lanier Islands

Set on Paradise Beach, enjoy a dazzling fireworks show starting at 10 p.m. to celebrate Labor Day. Sept. 3-4.

TinyCON at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Wear costumes to celebrate fantasy, science fiction, comics, gaming and technology that’s just for kids featuring hands-on activities and crafts. Sept. 3-4.

Art in the Park at Marietta Square

This juried fine arts festival has an Artist Market, Children’s Art Alley, Chalk Spot and more for exploring creativity. Sept. 3-5.

Labor Day Weekend at Stone Mountain Park

Honor America’s everyday working heroes with family-friendly attractions, the Lasershow Spectacular and fireworks. Sept. 3-5.

Labor Day Weekend at Six Flags White Water

Celebrate the unofficial end of summer with water rides, including the Wahoo Racer, Bahama Bob Slide, Dragon’s Tail and more, and delicious food. Sept. 3-5.

Football Fest at Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame

This outdoor festival will feature games, activities and entertainment for the whole family, as well as performances from drum lines, step teams, cheerleaders and DJs. Sept. 4.

Noshfest at Temple Kol Emeth

A celebration of Jewish food and culture with live music, arts and craft vendors, a kid’s area, traditional Jewish foods and more. Sept. 4-5.

Beyond Atlanta

Sky High Hot Air Balloon Festival at Callaway Gardens

Play all day with beach access, putt putt, a floating obstacle course and more before enjoying hot air balloons and fireworks at night. Sept. 2-4.

Things to Do

See Animals

Head to one of these animal adventures to view amazing creatures.

Get Wet

After Labor Day, many of the splash pads and pools close for the season, so if you haven’t had a chance to splash around and relax in these cool waters, make plans to go.

View an Exhibit

No matter what your child is interested in, metro Atlanta currently has many different awesome exhibits on view that are sure to excite.

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