Labor Day weekend is typically the last big holiday of the summer and it’s a popular weekend for travel to Vegas.

Last year over 300,000 tourists visited Las Vegas over the three-day weekend, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority – and for good reason. There’s plenty of activities to fill the three-day weekend itinerary. From pool parties to live entertainment over Labor Day weekend Las Vegas knows how to celebrate the American worker.

But let’s be honest, with so much to see and do it can be overwhelming. So, we’re breaking it down so you have a quick guide of things to do this Labor Day at the Hard Rock, Las Vegas’s off-strip playground.


A party wouldn’t be a party without a little entertainment and the Hard Rock is known for its live music. Labor Day Weekend will be no exception. Vinyl, the intimate brick-walled venue will host digital prankster, skateboarder and popular YouTuber Danny Duncan for his “Virginity Rocks” tour. He performs Friday, August. 30 and tickets start at $27 plus tax and fees.

Inside The Joint, you can see  Brian Wilson, founder of the Beach Boys, and British pop legends, The Zombies, celebrate their music from 1968 and beyond. Wilson will perform songs from two of his favorite Beach Boys albums, 1968’s Friends and 1971’s Surf’s Up, while also scattering the setlist with rarities and classics. The “Something Great from ‘68” tour launches at The Joint on Aug. 31. Tickets start at $39.50 plus tax and fees.

Dine & Drink Deals

Mr. Lucky’s the iconic 24-hour diner will have specials starting Aug. 31 at 11 a.m. You can get deals on their BBQ Plate, Oatmeal Cream Pie, Peaches and Cream French Toast and summer drinks like the Watermelon Sangria and Strawberry Mint Smash.

Pink Taco, the festive Mexican cantina known for its signature pink tacos, will have two for the price of one sangrias and Modelo beers. Smash Bar and Center Bar will feature Sour Apple and Rum Sunset cocktails.

Soak Up The Sun

It wouldn’t be Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas if you didn’t spend it by the pool. The Hard Rock has five acres of lush poolside areas. From Nirvana to Breathe Pool Lounge, there’s no shortage of places to bask in the sun with a refreshing drink in hand. Here’s a guide to where to cool off at the Hard Rock.

Refresh and Relax

After a full party weekend, you may need some R&R. Take the extra day to rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit inside Reliquary Spa. Be sure to check out our menu of the  best spa treatments to indulge in before summer ends.  Whether you’re still thinking of heading to Vegas for Labor Day weekend or beyond but haven’t pulled the trigger yet, check out the exclusive Vegas packages and offers from the Hard Rock Las Vegas. You’ll find discounts on a variety of hotel rooms, property amenities and entertainment packages.