Labor Day and Early Fall Festivals in Macomb County

Pack a bit more fun into the end of summer at one of these Labor Day weekend, late summer and early fall events in Macomb County.

Summer 2023 sure did fly right on by. Before you know it, the school bus will be coming to take your kids off to another exciting school year — if it hasn’t already.

But don’t count summer out just yet. There are still plenty of family fun to be had before the homework, extracurriculars and parent-teacher conferences fully kick back in, and the long Labor Day weekend is primetime to squeeze it in.

This Labor Day, Macomb County is offering tons of family activities for you and your family to enjoy. Here, you’ll find a list of larger festivals and art fairs happening this Labor Day Weekend along with info on other events happening later this summer and into early fall.

Armada Fair

Aug. 14-20, 2023

  • Address: Armada Fairgrounds, 74280 Fair St., Armada
  • Cost: $10/ages 13-plus, $5/ages 10-12, free/ages 9 and under; $10/daily parking, $40/weekly parking (cash only for parking)

This old-school fair offers everything from carnival rides and games to livestock displays, demolition derby, tractor pulls, rodeo, monster trucks and much more.

Assumption Greek Festival

Aug. 17-20, 2023

Celebrate Greek culture through food, music and dancing at this annual festival. There are special activities for the kids, too!

Warren Birthday Bash 2023

Aug. 24-26, 2023

Families can enjoy a carnival, food trucks, several Warren businesses, fireworks, live music and more at this annual.

Romeo Peach Festival 

 Aug. 31-Sept. 4, 2023

This annual fest is fun for the whole family. Catch carnival rides, craft shows, peach treats and more.

Dino Dayze

Sept. 1-4, 2023

Walk-thru and get up close with the dinosaurs at Blake’s. These Dinos have advanced animatronics and sound technology that bring them to life.

New Baltimore Art on the Bay

Sept. 2-3, 2023

This annual art show features paintings, drawings, sculptures, candles and other crafts on display and for sale from over 70 hand-picked artists and craftsmen.

Richmond Good Old Days Festival

Sept. 7-10, 2023

You’ll get the hometown fair experience at this fest, which features carnival games and rides, motor sports, parade, fireworks and more.

Metro Boat Show

Sept. 14-17, 2023

Those who love spending time on the water will enjoy this annual event, which features lawn games, live music, crafts and activities for kids — plus tons of watercraft displays. Daisy from Below Deck will be there for a meet and greet.

New Baltimore Lions Classic Cruise In

Sept. 17, 2023

This annual Car Show “Cruise In Classic” hosted by the New Baltimore Lions Club features classic car displays, tractor displays, music, raffles and more. Come by car or boat.

Jammin’ at the Junction Car Show

 Sept. 23, 2023

Utica Road closes from Gratiot to 12 Mile for vendors, food trucks, music, car displays and more.

Festival of the Senses

Sept. 23-24, 2023

Explore the work of more than 100 talented artists. Also, live performances and local talent at this annual fest.

Made In Michigan & Craft Show

Sept. 23-24, 2023

Enjoy the annual show with Michigan-made products, food, art and crafts.

This post was originally published in 2021 and is updated regularly. 

For more information on living and learning in Macomb County, visit Make Macomb Your Home. Find more articles like this at Metro Parent’s A Family Guide to Macomb County.

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