This is it! Relax, chill out and celebrate, your Labor Day Weekend Guide has arrived. End your Summer of 2015 on a looooong high note. Here are our hot picks for What’s Happening and WHERE in and around North Delaware Friday, September 4th through Monday, September 7th.
What’s Happening & WHERE
Labor Day Weekend!
Gameday Central: Game #1 – Blue Hens Open Season Friday At Home vs. Jacksonville. Celebrate Delaware Day – A special welcome to all State of Delaware employees, University of Delaware employees, Delaware Farm Bureau members, and state educators as we celebrate all things Delaware! Plus a family-friendly fan zone is full of good times with music from DJ Ghost, giveaways, inflatables, face painting, photo booth, and interactives, including the UDairy Creamery Moo Mobile. See more, visit UofD Football Season Opener vs. Jacksonville
Cant wait for Halloween? You don’t have to! Come out to Frawley Stadium dressed in your Halloween best for a night of tricks and treats with the Blue Rocks! Featuring FRIGHTLAND. Plus its FIREWORKS Friday! See more, visit Blue Rocks Happening Guide – August/Sept
Kick off Labor Day weekend at the DCCA’s FREE Art on the Town Wilmington, Delaware Art Loop! Four new exhibitions plus open artists’ studios, featured DCCA Store artist Hidden Moon handcrafted jewelry, live music by Philly’s Super Bonanza, CrazyFaces Face Painting & Body Art, TWELVE Rolling Revolution food trucks and the Passionista Fashion Truck, and Dogfish Head Beer serving a variety of their stellar craft beers! See more, visit Food Truck Night Market at the DCCA
Stroll the streets of Delaware’s Hidden Treasure the First Friday of each month to experience GREAT Art, Food, Wine, Friends and Fun! See more, visit First Fridays: Historic New Castle Art Loop
The first 1,000 fans through the gates will receive a Blue Rocks logo baseball, courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County! See more, visit Blue Rocks Happening Guide – August/Sept
The Sunday summer concert series completes its 3rd season on Sunday September 6th. These FREE concerts are sponsored by Delmarva Power with support by McConnell Johnson Real Estate and State Senator Margaret Rose Henry. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and enjoy the concert. Food, drink and dogs are welcome! An ice cream vendor will be on site with water, sodas, snacks, and (of course) ice cream. See more, visit Sunday Summer Concert in Old Brandywine Village
Red, White and Blue looks good on you!