As packed as the North Shore was Friday night for the Pirates game, daylight will undoubtedly bring even more cars to the lots.
It’s a huge party and the summer kick off that tens of hundreds of Pittsburghers wait for every year.
It is a sure sign of summer time. Country music star Kenny Chesney is returning to Heinz Field this weekend for his No Shoes Nation Tour. And when Kenny comes to town, it’s always a party.
The most mouth-watering Pittsburgh barbecue joints boast the best pulled pork in the area.
When I came on with the station a few weeks after it’s launch, I was told that in addition to hosting talk shows and doing sports updates, there would be opportunity to write for the CBS Pittsburgh website.
Although the weather outside is frightful, your tailgate can still be delightful as long as you heed this advice for tailgating in Pittsburgh’s tumultuous winter weather.
Whether you’ve had a few too many cold ones or the kids have waited until the last second to let you know that nature’s calling, when you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go. And when you’re in a hurry, it helps to know where to go when tailgating at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field.
To be certain that your next tailgate is an enjoyable time, follow these tips and guidelines designed to keep you safe while tailgating in Pittsburgh.
In celebration of the team’s 80th season anniversary, here’s a look at the history of tailgating in Pittsburgh, including past and present stadiums, the evolution of The Terrible Towel and the ultimate tailgating treats and eats.
Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field is accessible by many different forms of transportation, including personal vehicles. But who really wants to fight their way through the city’s notorious tunnel traffic, regular road closures and restrictions and game-day congestion? Take advantage of Pittsburgh’s best forms of local public transportation that will get you to the game with the least amount of stress and expense as possible.
Before you head to the next Steelers home game, check out these tips for tailgate timing, including when to arrive at Heinz Field, when to head into the stadium for the game and how to plan your exit without getting stuck in the infamous Pittsburgh traffic.
You can serve all the hot wings and locally brewed beer you like, blast “The Steelers Polka” as loud as you can and show your love for the black and gold from head to toe, but a Steelers tailgate party just isn’t the same without an amazing tailgating vehicle to get you to the game.
Whether you’re looking to swap recipes with the lots’ resident chefs or join in a game of cornhole with your kids, you can bet you’ll find a spot at these four lots that cater to your individual tailgating style.
Grab your Terrible Towel, don your black and gold jersey and get ready for these weekly parties that rival any home-game tailgate.
For more than 40 years, this group of devoted Steelers fans have been bringing their rowdy, diehard tailgating parties to Heinz Field.