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Greenbelt Labor Day Festival


September 3-6, 2021

THANKS FOR JOINING US
See you in 2022

NO CARNIVAL RIDES OR CARNIVAL MIDWAY GAMES IN 2021

The Greenbelt Labor Day Festival was started in 1955 as a way of raising funds to build a Youth Center. It has been held every year since by the Greenbelt Labor Day Festival Committee, one of the largest all-volunteer organizations in Maryland.

2021 will mark the 67th year of the Festival. It will take place Friday, September 3, through Monday, September 6, at the Roosevelt Center at 101 Centerway in Greenbelt, MD.

In light of COVID, it was a modifed festival for 2021.
Events and activities planned by the Labor Day Festival Committee volunteers, such as Opening Ceremonies, Information Day, the Sunday Craft Fair, and Monday morning Parade PLUS Bingo on Monday from 12:00 – 6:00 PM. You can be sure the Committee is doing their best to make sure you’ll have a fun — and safe — weekend.

Schedule (subject to change) is here

For everyone’s safety, please wear masks when attending Festival events. Individuals should also maintain a safe distance from one another.

Ready for Fair Food?
Check out this page to find out more about our Food Trucks

If you have already signed up for the Parade, visit the Parade Participant page for a link to the line up and other helpful information.

Getting to the Festival – While we expect less attendance, there is very limited parking around Roosevelt Center. You may wish to get to Roosevelt Center via public transportation bike, walking trails, or rideshare. If you cannot find street parking (please – do not park in residential courts), consider parking at Eleanor Roosevelt High School and walking over the pedestrian bridge to the Center.


Thanks to these Festival Sponsors

Patron
Nicole Williams

Contributor
David Granite
J Davis

Visit the Sponsors page to find out how you can support the Festival.

Join Us!

The festival is located in historic Greenbelt. Use the address 101 Centerway, Greenbelt, MD 20770 to find us. Please watch for changing traffic patterns around the festival.