5 Ways to Spend Your Labor Day Weekend in Houston

See some art and live music, have a burger or watch a slab line this holiday weekend.

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1. Mid-Autumn Festival

(Saturday, September 3 | 11 am-2 pm | Asia Society Texas Center | Free)

Asia Society's Mid-Autumn Festival ends summer. This family-friendly event will feature live art demos, storytelling, food, a marketplace, and performances by Asian diaspora artists and makers.

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2. Slab Fest (Sunday, September 4 | 4 pm | 13100 S Post Oak Rd | Free)

Houston's famous cars are on display. Next. Sunday in Southwest Houston features live entertainment, decked-out cars, a basketball court, mini golf, drinks, and more. Free event.

3. Labor Day Live Music Fest

( Sunday, September 4- Monday, September 5 | 5 pm-11 pm | Southern Star Brewing | $10-20

This weekend, Conroe's Southern Star Brewing blends cultures. Rock, country, and rap performances are scheduled, including a Luke Bryan tribute. We'll have food, merch, and drink specials.

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(Sunday, September 4 | 9 pm-2 am | Paradise Palace)

Femininity! The first Megan thee Stallion party is in EaDo before Labor Day. Texas feminine DJs, a twerk contest, unique drinks, and exclusive merch will be included. $5 after 10pm, $10 after 12am.

5. Burger & Beer

(Monday, September 5 | Heights & Co. | $14)

Bordelaise, burger, and cold break for $14 in the Heights. Not a beer drinker? Jalapeno, pineapple, guava, and agave are in the $9 Jala-Pina Margarita. Try a 12-year bourbon if available.


Labor Day is the last weekend to wear white. Megan thee Stallion-themed party in EaDo, $3 movies on National Cinema Day, and fireworks at Kemah Boardwalk.

Kin Dee, Patterson Park, and Good Company Barbeque offer specials on Thai food, cocktails, and ribs. On your day off, relax or watch live music. We're here to help you choose.