It’s great timing for Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week, running from April 17 to 26 – the perfect chance to sample the region’s best craft brews and work up a shortlist for those summer afternoons on the porch.
Hurricanes vs. Panthers, Kavsar, Ketel One Wednesdays
Hitchhiker Brewing Co. brings craft brewing and a fun atmosphere to Mt.Lebanon.
“Waiting for Godot,” The Naked and Famous, Titus Andronicus, The Menzingers, Rick Sebak
Trans Am, Shannon and the Merger, Man Forever, Devonian Gardens, Nationals vs. Pirates
Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival, Jason Bonham, Neon Trees, Blue October
“Electrified” exhibition, Outlaws, Blackberry Smoke, Dance Gavin Dance, Pirates vs. Giants
Volbeat, VNV Nation, Martinis and Manicures, Hello Donny: A Showtune Sing Along
1) Truth + White Lies, Pittsburgh’s premier event planners, have specialized in revitalizing the local music scene. For their last act they’re going out with a bang as they present The Rising, a showcase of Pittsburgh’s best underground acts at Stage AE. Think back to the days of Surge Fests and Graffiti Rock Challenges, when Pittsburgh had enough homegrown music to fill First Niagara Pavilion. T+WL brings those days back, with new aspiring artists and the level of exceptional talent we’ve come to
1) Have you caught the Spring Flower Show at Phipps Conservatory? Today is your last day to see seasonal blooms like tulips, hyacinths, and daffodils. This particular exhibit is themed to Pittsburgh’s rich music past (and present), with features that range from a piano planter to bulbs arranged to mimic notes on the scale. To complete the multi-sensory experience, as you stroll through the rooms, you’ll hear a variety of popular tunes over the sound system. In addition to the