Several big name artists are coming to Pittsburgh this spring and summer.
Aramark is looking for new employees to staff events at Consol Energy Center.
The Allegheny County Parks Department released their 2013 Fun Guide on Thursday.
From the first few weeks of the season through the dog days of summer, these five outdoor concerts will help you unwind, have fun and take in the hottest acts of the year.
Pittsburgh’s appreciation for performance art extends well beyond ballets and plays at the Benedum Center in the city’s Cultural District to its music scene that encompasses a variety of styles and musicians. From national pop stars to local country celebs, there’s a concert for every genre of music lovers making their way to the area over the next few months. Here are five of the must-see concerts coming to Pittsburgh in 2013.
Football season has officially arrived. The Coors Light Kickoff and Rib Festival is underway and there’s plenty of football, food and fun for fans of all ages.
It’s the 35th Anniversary of the EQT Three Rivers Regatta June 30th through July 4th! It’s the tri-state’s largest summertime event!
Each June during the Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburghers descend on downtown in search of one-of-a-kind art and inspiring music. The annual Three Rivers Arts Festival promises to deliver all of that and more once again from Friday, June 3 through Sunday, June 12.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The FAN — Live concerts by the bands Lifehouse and Daughtry headline the Pirates 2012 promotional schedule, which was released Wednesday.
Music lovers won’t want to miss out on these upcoming concert events that are as varied as the venues!
Concerts, filming of the new ‘Batman’ movie at Heinz Field, Pirates’ games and fireworks, it’s all this weekend in Pittsburgh. It may be difficult to believe that all of those things could be happening at the same time, but they are. There’s something for nearly everyone, and traffic headaches for the rest.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Art Gallery Crawl is one of the best times to visit downtown Pittsburgh as people young and old come out to see locally created art — from painting and photography to sculpture and sometimes even performance art or robotics! Held quarterly throughout the year, the next crawl is this Friday night. Here’s a quick look of what you can expect from someone who (tries to) never misses one!
The dog days of summer may have already arrived, but there’s still plenty of time to pack your picnic and bring your family, friends (and dogs!) for a fun evening listening to free music under the stars. These are some of the highlighted shows that you can still catch.
There’s so much to do outside in our area to take advantage of the nice weather, and a lot of it’s free. The ladies at LivingPittsburgh.com have their top five picks for free summer activities.