“How I Learned What I Learned,” Lights, “Young Frankenstein”
Like the NCAA Basketball tournament bands and performers are battling it out in Pittsburgh this month for your March entertainment dollars. Who will win?
Roger Humphries Trio w/Mark Lucas, Acousticafe w/Ben Shannon, “McFarland, USA”
The Lone Bellow, Ira Glass and the Monica Bill Barnes Company, “Elemeno Pea,” Pittsburgh Playwrights’ Black and White Festival
Buckwheat Zydeco, Misterwives, John Heffron
The New Pornographers, Jackie Evancho, “Beauty and the Beast”
Marilyn Manson, Donora, Free Good Fridays at the Warhol
Grand Bell, Murder for Girls, The Park Plan, “My Fair Lady,” “Wild”
1) It’s Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Race Week in Pittsburgh with events going on all week. Tonight is the Invitational Car Show on Walnut Street. Here you’ll see a really cool collection of historic and hot cars and some hot historic cars. 5-9 p.m.. Walnut Street, Shadyside.
2) Neko Case, folk/pop rocker with beautiful red hair, plays Mr. Small’s Funhouse tonight with special guest, Kelly Hogan. All ages show, 8 p.m. 400 Lincoln Avenue, Millvale.
3) Featured shows at the Carnegie Science Center’s
1) Crystalline voiced pop singer Feist (of “1, 2, 3, 4” song fame) performs an outdoor show at Stae AE, Gates open 7 p.m. North Shore.
2) Dave Matthews Band plays the First Niagara Pavilion again tonight in a double shot weekend that started last night. 7p.m. Burgettstown.
3) If you missed Squonk Opera’s latest production, Go Roadshow, you can take it in today at 4 & 8:45 p.m at Schenley Plaza (between Hillman Library and the Carnegie Library in Oakland.) Squonk’s Go