Unofficially known as the last weekend of summer, Rochester offers a variety of fun ways to celebrate the 3 day Labor Day weekend. Check out this list of just some of the ways you can enjoy Labor Day in Rochester, NY.
August 10-September 4 | Wickham Farms
Visit Wickham Farms and surround yourself in the beauty of over 250,000 sunflowers during the Sunflower Spectacular. Walk the five-acre field and take in the vibrant colors displayed in our 19 different sunflowers varieties. Wickham Farms offers all you need to pick-your-own bouquet and take a little piece of sunshine home with you.
September 1-3 | Rochester Community Sports Complex
Returning to its familiar home at the Rochester Community Sports Complex, all-age drum and bugle corps from across the country will compete in a series of events scheduled Friday, September 1 through Sunday, September 3. The Drum Corps Associates World Championships are an entertaining, unique, emotional, diverse, vibrant, spirited, and energetic experience.
September 1-3 | Innovative Field
September 1 is Cocos Locos Night. The Rochester Red Wings will transform into the Cocos Locos De Rochester as part of Minor League Baseball's Copa de la Diversión Program. There will be giveaways, fireworks, and an autograph booth with a current member of the team before the game begins.
September 3 is the final Bark in the Park of the season. Bring your pups out to the ballpark to enjoy dog-themed giveaways and more excitement!
September 2 | Genesee Country Village & Museum
Spend the day at Genesee Country Village & Museum and follow the journey of hops, one of New York State's original cash crops, from field to brewery to pint glass.
September 4 | City of Rochester
Celebrate union spirit at the Labor Day Parade. The parade route steps off at East Avenue and Alexander Street, heads down Main Street and finishes at Main and Fitzhugh.