Three Rivers Arts Festival
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.
Strong winds caused some serious damage at the Three Rivers Arts Festival today. It was so bad that officials had to stop the festival for part of the afternoon, and some vendors’ art work was destroyed.
The summer season is only just getting underway here in Pittsburgh, but this weekend is shaping up to be one of the busiest of the season. The flurry of activity begins today as the Three Rivers Arts Festival kicks off this afternoon downtown.
It’s our favorite day of the week: “Free & Affordable Friday!” The ladies of LivingPittsburgh.com, Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth, are sharing their picks for the best deals in town. This week, the bargainistas are featuring a variety of activities from the kickoff of the Arts Fest to Outdoor Yoga on the South Side!
It’s a weekend jam-packed full of activities this weekend in Pittsburgh. From concerts to sports to art, there seems to be something for every taste.
It has been more than 30 years since the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has played at the Three Rivers Arts Festival and the crowd favorite is finally returning this year.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival kicks off Friday, June 3 and runs through June 12 in downtown Pittsburgh!
It’s been said that ‘One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.’ These environmentally-friendly local artists are not only helping to make the world a bit more interesting with their works of art, but they’re also helping to do their part to keep the Earth beautiful by practicing the three green Rs: Reduce, reuse and recycle!