What to Do This Weekend in Madison | Labor Day Weekend Happenings

Summer is coming to an end, but we have one more chance at a last hoorah before it’s back to school. This weekend is Labor Day weekend and there are many fun and exciting events going on in the Madison area! We’ve put together a list of what to do, from music to food to exercise.

Friday, September 1st

SUP Yoga – Outdoors on the water at the Wisconsin Union at 7:15 am, $14/class.

Terrace Yoga – Terrace at the Memorial Union at 7 am, $7 per class.

Football: UW Madison vs. Utah State – Camp Randall – 8 pm.P1090464

Saturday, September 2nd

SUP Yoga – Outdoors on the water at the Wisconsin Union at 8:30 am, $14/class.

Terrace Yoga – Terrace at the Memorial Union at 9 am, $7 per class.

Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Love & Comedy Tour – Breese Stevens Field, 5:30 pm.

Taste of Madison – Capital Square 2:00 pm – 8:30 pm.

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The Prince Experience – Orpheum Theater – 7 pm.

Sunday, September 3rd

SUP Yoga – Outdoors on the water at the Wisconsin Union, 8:30 am, $14/class.SUP Yoga

Terrace Yoga – Terrace at Memorial Union, 9 am, $7 per class.

Taste of Madison – Capital Square  11:00 am – 7:00 pm.

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit – Breese Stevens Field – 5pm.

Atwood Brew & Chew Food Tour – Atwood Neighborhood – 1-4pm ($65) – Stops include Tex Tubb’s, Table Wine, Monsoon Siam, Next Door Brewing, and Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier.

The Wall Live Extravaganza: A Floydian Spectacle – Barrymore Theatre – 8 pm.

Monday, September 4th – Labor Day

14th Annual Labor Day Dash – Vilas Park Shelter – 9 am – 5K Run/Walk, 10K Run, 5K Stroller Division, and Kid’s Tot Trot. Adults: $35, Children under 14: $17.50. Children under 8 can run the Tot Trot for FREE!

LaborFest – Madison Labor Temple- 12 pm – 5:30 pm – Natty Nation & Chris Plata with Extra Hot will be performing. Music, drinks, raffles and more!

UW Union South – The Marquee – Second Annual Festflix & Chill – 4-8pm – This event is geared towards welcoming new students to the UW-Madison campus, but is open to the public. You can RSVP on Facebook here.


Make the most of your Labor Day weekend this year, get out and have some fun! If you know of any other events going on, let us know in the comments below.


See our Guest Blog Post from the Wisconsin Union here.

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