For the 4th year in a row, JBC Events invites you to join them for their coveted Labor Day extravaganza. Hosted at the W Hotel’s beautiful rooftop oasis, guests will enjoy a summer polo-themed event featuring iconic city views and music from DJ Heather Femia. Grab a VIP table and a room at the hotel for the ultimate experience. 515 15th St. NW.
Craft beer lovers rejoice! Hop aboard the original City Brew Tour and spend your morning at some of the best breweries the city has to offer. In addition to a beer-inspired lunch, guests will enjoy an exclusive inside look at the local microbrewery scene while sipping on 18 varieties of artisanal beers. Flash your VIP beer pass and skip all the lines. 202-759-8687
More than 175 award-winning authors, poets, and illustrators will gather at the Washington Convention Center for this years’ National Book Festival. Free to the public, attendees will enjoy exclusive book signings, panel discussions with industry-leaders, author talks, and more. Stop by the Poetry & Prose Pavilion for live performances from award-winning students or the Library of Congress Pavilion to view special exhibits from library representatives. 801 Mt. Vernon Pl. NW, 202-249-3000
Grab a picnic basket full of your favorite treats and head to the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol building for the National Symphony Orchestra’s annual Labor Day concert. The 90-minute concert is free to the public and will feature musician Aoife O’Donovan and guest conductor John Morris Russel. West Lawn of The Capitol
A part of the United States since 1855, The National Gallery of Art is an ideal spot to spend Labor Day weekend, engulfed in rich history. On September 3, the celebrated gallery will explore the collection of Edvard Munch with a 21 print exhibition curated by Jonathan Bober. 6th and Constitution Ave NW., 202-737-4215