Labor Day Weekend: Things To Do In South Jersey

Dated: August 30 2021

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Labor Day Weekend: Things To Do In South Jersey

Where will you be spending your Labor Day Weekend? Whether you plan to soak up the last rays of summer down at the Jersey Shore, or relax by a pool in the suburbs, we have your ultimate guide to spending the holiday in South Jersey. From Airshows to fireworks, local concerts and festivities, there is something for everyone this Labor Day Weekend in South Jersey.

If you are spending the weekend by the coast and are looking to catch some fireworks, the Tropicana Resort and Casino in Atlantic City will also be hosting holiday fireworks. Catch ten minutes of fireworks right from the beach in front of the Tropicana on Saturday, September 4th at 10pm.

Wildwood is also hosting fireworks on the beach Friday, September 3rd at 10pm. The fireworks are visible from almost any point along the Wildwood beaches. Rain date is set for Sunday at 9pm. 

In addition to the holiday fireworks, check out Wildwood’s Annual Block Party and Music Festival at Fox Park, located across from the Wildwood Convention Center on Ocean Avenue. This free event features live entertainment, craft and food vendors. This all day event will be held on Sunday, September 5th from 1pm until 10pm.

Wildwood will also be hosting its 25th anniversary of Airfest from September 3rd through the 6th at the NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum in Rio Grande. Admission is free for members. For ticket information and to view the full agenda, click here.

Millville will also be bringing back their annual Airshow. The two day event features military and civilian performers and a USAF-F-22 Raptor Demonstration. The event will be held at the Millville Army Airfield Museum on September 4th and 5th. For tickets and more information, click here.

Looking to brush up on a little history? Cape May’s Hands-on History Weekend is a family-friendly event featuring two full days of education. On Saturday and Sunday, September 4th and 5th from 11am until 4pm in the Historic Cold Spring Village, children will receive a “passport” to guide them through the educational trip to be stamped at various buildings and locations. Children wil be able to participate in plenty of fun activities like churning butter, carding wool, and writing with a quill pen. For more information on tickets and entertainment, click here.

If you aren’t heading down the shore but are still looking for some holiday festivities and events, we recommend the Glassboro Car Show & Food Truck Festival. Take a look at over 300 vehicles while enjoying live music and plenty of food options and craft beer! The event will be held at Glassboro Town Square on Friday, September 3rd from 5p - 9p. Admission and parking are both free.

For those looking for a relaxing holiday weekend, we have put together a list of some of our favorite local farmers markets. Check out dates here.

We hope you have a fun and safe holiday weekend!

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Scott Zielinski

The Zielinski Real Estate Group provides guidance and assistance to both buyers and sellers in the purchase or sale of a property for the right price under the best terms. Helping clients from the Sou....

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