Labor Day Weekend – it’s the last official getaway weekend of summer and the perfect time to take advantage of all that the Texas Hill Country has to offer – shopping, wineries, live music, museums and more.
While 2020 will be different than any previous Labor Day Weekend, safely visit Fredericksburg by following the latest information on traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic. Planning ahead and making reservations are also key components to making your trip to town successful.
Friday, September 4
Head to Fredericksburg for an evening of live entertainment, enjoy Bonnie & Clyde: A Musical Comedy at the Steve W. Shepherd Theater or find one of the dozens of live music options in town.
Prior to those evening entertainment options, be sure to do some shopping along Fredericksburg’s Main Street, while enjoying a pint of beer or glass of wine as you stroll. You can also grab a bite to eat before retiring to your cozy cabin or vacation rental.
Saturday, September 5
Head out to discover Fredericksburg's incredible arts scene as three different art shows will be taking place in town at Fredericksburg Art Guild, Insight Gallery and RS Hanna Gallery, if you want to paint your own masterpiece head to the Yellow Door Studio for an evening Art and Vino Painting Class.
If you are looking for things do with kids, Fredericksburg's Pioneer Museum will host a tour of the Old County Jail, which will give a look into the historic structure on Saturday afternoon. For an evening out without the kiddos, head to Rockbox Theater where Mike Zito, a Rock & Roll Blues musician, will be in concert.
Sunday, September 6
At some point during the weekend, find time for these great adventures that are available daily.
The Texas Hill Country is home to over 50 wineries and vineyards and Fredericksburg is the epicenter...
Take a step back in time at one of our museums and historic sites. You can see how early...
Or relax under the shade of the old oak trees out at Luckenbach Texas with a cold one, live music, and the crowing roosters!
Monday, September 7
Shopping opportunities continue along Main Street (and beyond), wineries are open to explore, and museums open for all-day fun on a Monday. Before you pack up and head for home, be sure to start planning your next adventure to the Texas Hill Country with the holiday season right around the corner.
Get the full lineup of Labor Day Weekend events, including lots of live music, on our events page.