Updated: Sep 1
Here is a list of daily events and experiences taking place in Connecticut throughout the month of August.
September 1, Greenwich
From fresh produce to artisan goods, the market has something for everyone to enjoy.
September 2, Norwalk
Learn a unique style of swing dancing that incorporates several dance styles and movements.
September 3, Rowayton
Interactive and kid-friendly, the 30-minute play is the perfect opportunity to introduce the little ones to Shakespeare.
September 4, Stratford
Known for their classic rock songs, the duo will perform an upbeat lineup of crowd favorites at the Station House.
September 5, Greenwich
The fun-filled event features a glimmering lineup of headliners, ranging from the Eagles to Zac Brown Band.
September 6, Stamford
Grab your skates and head to Twin Rinks for a fun-filled day of activities and giveaways, as well as discounted admission.
Attend the Garden of Verse Poetry Series
September 7, Ridgefield
Part of a series developed by Ridgefield Poet Laureate Barb Jennes, the event will feature a lineup of up-and-coming poets.
September 8, Stamford
The iconic R&B group will perform a set list of their top hits at Mill River Park.
September 9, Ridgefield
Consisting of three plays performed at different outdoor locations, this production is truly one of a kind.
September 10, New Canaan
The open-air benefit concert will feature a performance by popular country artist Trey Taylor and delicious barbecue.
September 11, Norwalk
With three days of food, fun, and top-notch entertainment, the Seaport Oyster Festival is a perfect way to spend the weekend.
Visit the Health, Wellness, and Lifestyle Expo
September 12, Stamford
The expo will showcase a variety of vendors, from fitness services and medical organizations to animal adoptions.
September 13, New Canaan
Grab your coziest PJs and get ready for an evening of stories and sing-alongs, perfect for the little ones.
September 14, Rowayton
See local artists’ work depicting marine and coastal environments at this Rowayton Arts Center exhibition.
See Rio Perform Live
September 15, Ridgefield
Hosted by Bernard’s, this performance will feature acoustic guitar and vocals from local artist Rio.
September 16, Bridgeport
Enjoy food, refreshments, and more at this car show before cruising along the Long Island Sound.
September 17, Newtown
In addition to exhibits from local artists, the festival includes live music performances, activities, and food trucks.
September 18, Norwalk
Dance to upbeat music from local bands while enjoying scenic views from the SoNo Garden roof terrace.
September 19, Rowayton
Celebrate the end of summer with a day of races, games, and prizes for all ages.
September 20, Westport
Children can explore the Earthplace Sanctuary with weekly tours, trail walks, and more!
September 21, Ridgefield
The legendary musicians will perform their hits live during this one-night engagement.
September 22, Wilton
The market features a rich selection of local vendors, including farmers and artisans.
September 23, Greenwich
The Greenwich Theatre Company returns with Kimberly Wilson’s acclaimed one-woman show.
September 24, Norwalk
The biographical musical explores the life of the legendary singer’s rise to Hollywood fame.
September 25, Westport
The Slice of Sagatuck festival showcases dishes from over a dozen of Saugatuck’s most popular restaurants.
September 26, Ridgefield
The Watkins Family will delight the audience with live vocals, guitar, and violin.
September 27, Stratford
The market runs every Monday through the end of October and features locally made baked goods, fresh produce, and more.
September 28, Greenwich
Meet your favorite TV culinary personalities while tasting wine and food from over 300 leading sommeliers and chefs.
September 29, Stamford
The Grammy-winning rock band brings their talents to Stamford for a special downtown concert that is open to all ages.
September 30, Ridgefield
The legendary music duo will perform several of their soulful hits, such as “You Don’t Have to be a Star (to Be in My Show)” and “Wedding Bell Blues.”