Help keep the winter blues at bay at one of the stellar upcoming comedy shows in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh’s Cultural District has shows playing during the weeks leading up to and after Valentine’s Day that will fit any budget and schedule. These are the top five best date night shows to see for Valentine’s Day in Pittsburgh.
Arctic weather predicted to hit the area early next week has forced Pittsburgh Mayor-Elect Bill Peduto to move his Inaugural Ceremony indoors.
This list presents some of the best choirs in the city that are belting out for your listening enjoyment.
If you are headed out to a show in Pittsburgh and looking to grab a casual bite, have a nice dinner or go all out to impress, here are some great places to try.
Here are the top five ways to get your classical music fix in the city.
They remain one of the top-selling American rock bands of all time.
Take a trip to the Cultural District in downtown Pittsburgh this Valentine’s Day weekend for comedy, romance, beer tasting and music.
For nearly two decades, Marvin Hamlisch conducted the Pittsburgh Symphony Pops and now the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will hold a tribute called “One Singular Sensation.”
If you’ve already crossed shopping for presents, selecting your Christmas tree and baking holiday goodies off your winter to-do list, you may think there’s little left to do to help get you in the mood for the upcoming holiday season, but this time of year, Pittsburgh is bustling with a variety of holiday activities and events. A city rich in music and performance arts, Pittsburgh often draws some of the best winter concerts and tours to iconic downtown venues, like the Benedum Center and Heinz Hall, and this season is no exception. From Christmas rock operas to the purest vocal performances of local a capella groups, there’s a holiday concert to match every musical taste. Ring in the holiday season with these acclaimed holiday concerts.
For the past 11 years, Robert Morris University along with many other sponsors have entertained the city with their Speaker Series.
The classic movie “Flashdance” starred Jennifer Beals as a dancing steel worker. The film was shot on Pittsburgh’s South Side, 30 years ago. On Jan. 1, Heinz Hall will host the Broadway premiere of “Flashdance – The Musical.”