Labor Day weekend is the final long weekend to take advantage of the summer season, and it’s a perfect time to head to New Orleans for a few days. See what all is on tap for the weekend.
Looking for the perfect way to say farewell to summer this Labor Day? Look no further than New Orleans. First of all, country music and college football fans will unite for the ultimate kickoff to the 2023 college football season at the Sugar Bowl Country Kickoff, featuring performances from Garth Brooks, Laney Wilson, and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Or join in the celebration at Southern Decadence, one of the largest LGBTQ events in New Orleans, featuring a weekend of parties, parades, and more. From there, you can fill your three-day weekend with even more New Orleans fun, from one-of-a-kind meals to more live music and visits to incredible museums like The National World War II Museum.
Whether it’s your first time in New Orleans or your 15th, browse our trip-planning tools below and join us as we usher in the fall, New Orleans style.
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