Early September is the time for picnics, barbeques, and pool parties in Dallas and Fort Worth area. The Labor Day Weekend is also packed with festivals and fun events for the whole family.
TBAAL Riverfront Jazz Festival (September 2–4, 2022)
The best place to celebrate Labor Day Weekend must be Riverfront Jazz Festival by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters (TBAAL). You'll be able to enjoy nightly music over three days in three venues across downtown Dallas. The epicenter is located at The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. The sensational lineup features jazz, blues, R&B, soul, and neo-soul performers.
Labor Day at Dallas Arboretum (September 3–5, 2022)
Another idea for the long weekend is Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. The park typically hosts special events, such as Kelley Family Days in Children's Garden or Harvest Tea at DeGolyer Restaurant. Besides, you can check out A Tasteful Place for some cooking series or horticulture presentations. Note that the program of activities might differ yearly, so check the events calendar before your visit.
Bottle FETE Dallas (early September 2022)
Lastly, Labor Day is a great occasion to unwind, and there is no better place than the annual Caribbean BYOB experience. Bring your own bottle and anticipate plenty of fun and entertainment during 12 hours of partying from 10 am to 10 pm. There will be DJs, an outdoor stage and light show, live entertainment, and special guests. Tickets cost $10.
For the tickets and latest updates, please check with the official websites (see External Resources below.)