Three Rivers Arts Festival
The Three Rivers Arts Festival kicked off Friday afternoon in Downtown Pittsburgh.
The Three Rivers Arts festival is known for its food. While the experience is not quite the same as sitting down in your favorite restaurant, food vendors still have to uphold the same strict health standards.
With the Three Rivers Arts Festival less than 24 hours away crews are in motion. They’re putting up tents, tables and stages all over Point State Park, Gateway Center and throughout the Cultural District.
The annual Three Rivers Arts Festival is back for another year.
Although the summer doesn’t “technically” doesn’t start until later this month, the “official” start of summer has kicked off with Memorial Day weekend firmly behind us. On this week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh segment on Pittsburgh Today Live, we’re talking about a delicious Strawberry Festival and lots of live music – they’re all FREE to attend!
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.
Hundreds of artists and musicians are gearing up the 53rd Annual Three Rivers Arts Festival. Organizers said this year will be bigger and better than ever.
From snow and hail to thunderstorms and extreme heat, the Pittsburgh area experiences a little bit of everything when it comes to weather and this year was no exception.
Pittsburgh’s annual celebration of the arts, the Three Rivers Arts Festival, gets underway this Friday; and with ten days filled with films, exhibits, artists’ booths, and live music performances, there’s sure to be a little bit of something for everyone.
From pizza to funnel cakes, the Three River Arts Festival offers all kinds of foods, but what does the local crowd think? We have the low-down on the food and drinks of the festival from the people themselves.
There’s a lot of new things to do and see at this year’s Three Rivers Arts Festival and the Pennsylvania Resources Council or the PRC has stepped up its recycling efforts.