Labor Day Lift Off 2019 in Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs is known coast-to-coast for scenic views, and what better way to complement the scenery than an incredible display of hot air balloons? The annual Labor Day Lift Off is almost here, and the team at Perkins Motors is here to help you learn more about this wonderful event, and other fun things to do in Colorado Springs!
What is the Labor Day Lift Off?
For over 40 years, the Labor Day Lift Off hot air balloon festival has brought families together to enjoy the whimsical beauty of hot air balloons. Held every Labor Day in Colorado Springs, the Labor Day Lift Off hot air balloon festival is one of the most well-known events held near Pueblo! Whether you’d like to catch a ride on a hot air balloon, or simply enjoy their glow against the dusk sky, you’ll love the Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off! This year’s Labor Day Lift Off runs from August 31st, 2019 to September 1st, 2019, and is free to attend.
If you want to enjoy fun things to do in Colorado Springs that the whole family will enjoy, or want a budget-friendly date night idea, then the Labor Day Lift Off is sure to brighten your weekend.
When Should I Show Up?
The time you arrive depends on what you would like to do at the Labor Day Lift Off. Do you want to enjoy hot air balloon rides yourself, or want to see them taking off into the sky? Take off is between 7am and 9am, so you’ll want to come early – especially if you’re driving in from Woodland Park or Castle Rock.
If you want to see the hot air balloons light up the night sky, then you’ll want to come for the Balloon Glow. The Balloon Glow starts at 7:30pm each night, but you’ll want to come early to ensure you find a good place to park and secure a place to spectate.
What Should I Bring?
While the Labor Day Lift Off is free to attend, you’ll want to bring some spending money if you plan on parking or taking advantage of the many local vendors that are at the event! We also suggest bringing a blanket or folding chairs to sit on, as well as binoculars to ensure you get a great view. Take a look at their Frequently Asked Questions to get a better idea of what you may or may not want to bring!
Find Fun Things To Do in Colorado Springs With Our Team!
At Perkins Motors, we offer so much more than just an inventory of new cars and pre-owned models. We want to keep our customers informed about the best events in Colorado Springs. From the Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off hot air balloon festival, to the best brunch in Denver, we want our customers to enjoy the best that Colorado has to offer. Contact us if you’d like to learn more about the area!
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