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Put-in-Bay Labor Day weekend "Bash at the Bay"


The annual Labor Day weekend "Bash at the Bay" will start on September 4th and continue thru September 7th. This annual event features the islands best entertainers of the year in a jam packed weekend.

Just a few of the great entertainers appearing this year are:

The Menu's (4 shows)
Pat Dailey
Mike "Mad Dog" Adams
Paradise Island
The Maxx band
Wally & the Beav's
Westside Steve
Ray Fogg
Under the Covers

And DJ Billy three days at the Put-in-Bay Resort's heated pool and swim up bar! Don't miss this great send odd to the end of the summer season! For hotel and room reservations call the reservation center at 1-888-742-7829.

ALSO! Don't forget about the upcoming Fall Ball Customer Appreciation party October 2nd & 3rd!

This annual event is exclusively for guests of the Edgewater Hotel, Put-in-Bay Resort and the Island Club.

The event starts on Friday night with a street party, 20 Kegs of free beers and live entertainment. On Saturday, we have an all day party with three live bands, 30 kegs of beer and over 2000 hamburgers, hot dogs and side dishes all FREE!

With each room booked, you receive 4 wristbands for the weekends events, With each suite booked you receive 6 wristbands.

Rooms for that weekend are $175 per night and suites are $325 per night. This weekend fills very quickly and we highly suggest that you get your reservation in ASAP.

To book, please call the reservation center at 888-742-7829 Thanks and SEE YOU AT THE BAY!!!

Put-in-Bay is a popular vacation spot just 2 miles offshore of mainland Northwest Ohio in Lake Erie. While "Put-in-Bay" is technically the name of the village on South Bass Island, the name commonly is inadvertently used to refer to the entire island. A summer resort since the mid-1800's, the village can be considered the hub of tourism among the Lake Erie Islands, with its numerous taverns, wineries, restaurants, waterfront condos, rental homes, and hotels.