The Park Plan, LoFi Delphi, and Wreck Loose played terrific concerts at RANT, which this year boasted over 200 musical acts.
Squeeze out every last bit of juice from the 2015 summer concert season.
The Strip District and Lawrenceville were the scene of a different kind of traffic jam as thousands of cyclists, walkers, rollerbladers and skateboarders turned out for Open Streets Pittsburgh.
It’s a menu of Hollywood blockbusters … plus side dishes from places like France and Lawrenceville.
Art All Night 2015 attracted artists and performers who kept people mesmerized all night and well into Sunday afternoon.
Bear Hands, whose single “Giants” reached the top of the Billboard Alternative Songs chart, begins their tour in the Steel City with a momentous, post-punk set.
Trans Am, Shannon and the Merger, Man Forever, Devonian Gardens, Nationals vs. Pirates
“Race: Are We So Different?” The Carnivalesque Roadshow, Glass-Blowing Workshop, Les Jupes, Cards vs. Pirates
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
River Bottom Quartet; Maddie Georgi, Ben Valasek and The Growlers, and The Elliotts; Pigeons Playing Ping Pong; “Looney Pop Up”