When: noon to midnight Sunday and Monday, Sept. 1 and 2
Where: Parking Lot D, CenturyLink Center, 455 N. 10th St.
Gate Admission: $4
Games and midway rides, big-name music acts, yummy food, an 8K walk/run, car show, and plenty of other attractions are all part of this year's Septemberfest celebration at the CenturyuLink Center. New this year is a free parking and shuttle service at the Gallup Parking Lot and Miller’s Landing/Rick’s Boatyard. There's also a BBQ and Rib-Eye cook off, acts that have performed for Cirque du Soleil, 85 cars competing for awards, and 18 bands for the Battle of the Bands. Organizers expect more than 4,000 participants in the Labor Day Parade, with floats, cold-air balloons, bands, motor cycles, antique cars and tractors, six marching bands, Kings & Queens, Roller Girls and, thousands of pieces of candy being handed out to children by labor families in celebration of Labor Day.
This year’s Labor Day Parade is dedicated to Tania Moore, who founded and structured this two-hour-long parade, and who used her gifted creative writing skills to compose the original scripts, adding her sparkle and sense of delight in this spectacular parade for all to enjoy.