September has incredible weather in Las Vegas
After the triple-digit heat of summer, Vegas finally begins to cool down in September. The crowds start to level off as well, offering a win-win situation for checking out Sin City. Find time for excursions to Lake Mead and other attractions that show off the beauty of nature. Book early to find the best deals on hotels.
Things to do in September in Las Vegas
Welcome the Raiders to Las Vegas
The brand-new Allegiant Stadium opens as the Raiders welcome the New Orleans Saints on September 21. Unfortunately, fans won’t be allowed inside for the season. However, you can watch the game on TV during Monday Night Football. Make sure to place a bet at one of the casino sportsbooks around town.
Visit Newly Opened Casinos in Las Vegas
Vegas is slowly getting back to normal with more resorts opening on the Strip. On September 1, the Tropicana will once again welcome guests. The hotel and casino has been around since 1957, making it one of the oldest on the Strip. The neighboring OYO resort, formerly known as the Hooters Casino, is also scheduled to reopen on September 1.
Celebrate Labor Day in Las Vegas
Labor Day Weekend is September 4-7 this year. While the holiday may not be as busy as in previous years, it should still signal the biggest rush of visitors since Memorial Day Weekend. Restaurants, casinos, and swimming pools are all stepping up with expanded safety and sanitation measures. Resorts are waiving parking fees and you may score some discounts for a four-day holiday weekend.
Hang Out by the Water in Las Vegas
As the heat of summer cools down just a bit, September is a great month for visiting Lake Mead. The body of water was created when Hoover Dam was built, and is one of the best places for recreation near Boulder City. Rent a boat, kayak or lounge in the sun. Lake Las Vegas in Henderson is also a great option. Enjoy a sunset cruise or bounce around on an inflatable obstacle course in the water. Explore The Village to check out shops and restaurants.