The Grammy Awards have come and gone this year, but you may not know that a rock band from right here in Pennsylvania took home some hardware.
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.
The kickoff for this year’s Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure was held tonight at Stage AE on the North Shore.
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.
This weekend marks 40 years since the greatest play in NFL history, the Immaculate Reception, and a weekend full of events are being planned to celebrate.
Whether you’re a die-hard Pittsburgh tailgater gearing up for your first Steelers tailgating party or your usual tailgating experience needs a boost, check out these local tailgating party packages tailored to Steelers fans.
If you’ve been planning your Halloween costume since January, there’s no doubt you’ve also been in search of an awesome Halloween party where you can show it off, enjoy some Halloween treats and maybe even spook your friends. Pittsburgh has no shortage of ghoulish Halloween parties thanks to its variety of bars, nightclubs and unique locations that appeal to trick-or-treaters of all ages. Grab your mask, your trick-or-treat bag and get ready to celebrate Halloween at these fun Pittsburgh parties.
Bieber won’t make it to the ‘Burgh until November, but there are still some awesome concerts to check out this summer while you wait in anticipation.
It had been more than a month of constant fear and worry. Jimmy Slack, 25, disappeared in early December after a concert on the North Shore. For weeks, the family had no answers as to what happened to him, but that all changed on Monday afternoon.
A body that was pulled from the Allegheny River has been identified as that of a man who has been missing for over a month.
Several hundred people showed up at Bethany Presbyterian Church Thursday night. They prayed that someone comes forward with information about Jimmy Slack’s disappearance.
Pittsburgh police are now taking over the investigation into the disappearance of a Bridgeville man who was last seen at a concert at Stage AE one week ago.
Police in Bridgeville are asking for help in finding a missing man. James Slack II, 25, went to a concert Tuesday night at Stage AE on the North Shore, but has been missing ever since.
Music lovers won’t want to miss out on these upcoming concert events that are as varied as the venues!
Merrill Stabile has a development partner and is willing to pay $10 million for a site on the North Shore. The problem is the development option belongs to the Pittsburgh Steelers – at least for now.