Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas is the last big holiday weekend before the end of the summer season with some of the hottest events of the year. But, don’t be fooled, it does not mean the clubs or pools are slowing down. Labor Day Weekend events in Las Vegas brings some of the largest crowds, hottest DJs and performers to you favorite nightclubs and pool parties on The Strip.
Prepare yourself for big crowds and longer wait times to get in. Labor Day Weekend is extremely popular in Vegas, and everyone is trying to get into the hottest events of the weekend.
Rest assured you’ve come to the right place! Below you will find all nightclub and pool party events Las Vegas has to offer during Labor Day weekend 2022. You will also be able to purchase your tickets, get on the guest list or contact VIP Hosts that work directly at the specified nightclub or dayclub (not for us). They will be the best person to getting the absolute best pricing, table locations, and accommodations.
Las Vegas Labor Day Weekend Insider Tips:
Will there be guest list during Labor Day Weekend?
Yes! Some clubs will offer guest list during Labor Day weekend (LDW). Please note, there will be rules and restrictions. We recommend signing up, and waiting for your confirmation email explaining the rules. Groups of all men are always advised to purchase tickets or bottle service during holiday weekends, as lines and wait times are long. Click here to view the available guest lists during Labor Day weekend.
Will the clubs be busy during Labor Day Weekend?
Yes! Nightclubs and pool parties will be sold out and reach capacity early. So please plan accordingly to make sure you and your group arrive at-least 30-45 minutes prior to the venue opening. Always make sure to carry a valid form of identification, such as a passport or drivers license. You must be at least 21 years of age to enter.
Will bottle service be more expensive during Labor Day Weekend?
With top tier DJs and performers at almost every event, you can expect bottle service pricing to be higher. Many, if not most events, will usually ask for pre-payment or a deposit to hold your table reservation as demand is high. They may also limit the amount of guests allowed at the table. So be sure to talk with your host. And again, arrive early as wait times to enter will be longer than usual.