Labor Day 2018: What to see and do in Chicago

Soak up the rest of Chicago summer

If you’re looking forward to taking advantage of the warm Labor Day weekend weather, we’ve got you covered.

We’ve put together a list of guides and maps to help you make the most of this three-day weekend. Whether you’re planning to spend more time with your dog in the park or want to road trip out of the city, find it all here.

For Chicago’s greatest summer hits, check out our seasonal Pocket Guide. Rent a kayak at Ping Tom Memorial Park, find a spot to lay out in the sun at Promontory Point or explore the city with the whole family. The 26 activities are good starting points for visiting parts of the city that may be new to you.

This weekend there are a ton of festivals and events to attend such as the Chicago Jazz Festival in Millennium Park, North Coast Music Festival in Union Park, and the Great American Lobster Fest at Navy Pier.

While the weather is expected to be in the mid 80s, the rain rolls in Friday afternoon. Saturday currently has a 40 percent chance of rain, while Sunday is looking at a 30 percent chance in the afternoon. Labor Day might be a little rainy, but the forecast is predicting party sunny skies.

Don’t fret, even if you can’t pack everything in this weekend, many of these activities are perfect for fall too.

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