Labor Day is celebrated by most Americans as the symbolic end of the summer and typically celebrated with picnics, barbecues, fireworks displays, parties, parades and other events. Labor Day in Honolulu HI is not just the end of summer but a chance to have a holiday from work or school and kick off the NFL & college football seasons. Some things to do on Labor Day 2017 Honolulu include camping, fishing and golfing. Want to do something at night in Honolulu for Labor Day Weekend 2017? Check out the Honolulu Nightlife Guide or the Honolulu Hawaii Restaurants Guide.
Things to Do for Labor Day in Honolulu 2017
Labor Day Weekend at RumFire
at Sheraton Waikiki
Seize the holiday weekend with live music all weekend long in RumFire Waikiki. Join us for a Waikiki vibe that can be only found beachfront at Sheraton Waikiki to recharge and relax before the summer comes to an end.
Saturday Surf & Turf + The Beach BBQ at Barefoot Beach Cafe
at Barefoot Beach Cafe
Join us every Friday & Saturday night for our Beach BBQ with Live Music and Sunsets Served Daily
Hawaii: Remixed, An Unexpected Cultural Journey
at Prince Waikiki
Experience a night unlike any other in Waikiki this Labor Day weekend. Take a journey through art, culture, dance, music and cuisine at newly renovated Prince Waikiki. Sunday, September 3, 2017 from 6 - 8 pm. Doors open at 5:30 pm.
Mike Love's Labor Day Love
at Kailua-Kona, HI
Loyal Supremacy, KWXX and KBXTREME present Labor Day Love featuring Mike Love as well as supporting acts featuring The Steppas as well as Ka'ikena Scanlan and These Guys Firewoman Live at KBXTREME.
Free Family Fitness Labor Day Workout at Hunakai Park!
at Hunakai Park
Join us Monday, September 4, 2017 for a FREE Labor Day Family Fitness workout with the entire family! All fitness levels are welcome! ALL FITNESS LEVELS WELCOME!
LABOR DAY MUSIC FEST
at Outlets of Maui
Labor Day Music Fest on Monday, September 4 from 2-8 p.m.
East End Hot Rod Car Show
at No venue specified
Hawaii Kai Towne Center's popular East End Hot Rod Car Show returns on Labor Day, Monday, September 4.