1) Australia-raised country music star Keith Urban is on tour and rolling in to Pittsburgh for a show. Urban first moved to the U.S. in 1992, and his first American album, Keith Urban, went Certified Platinum in 1999. He has charted 29 singles on the U.S. Country charts; 15 of those have reached No. 1. Some of his top songs include “Somebody Like You” and “You’ll Think of Me.” In 2006 Urban married actress Nicole Kidman. Also on the bill is Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch. 7 p.m. First Niagara Pavilion, 665 Rt. 18 Burgettstown.
2) Rancid,.What a great name for a punk rock band! Formed in Berkley, California in 1991, Rancid has helped with the revival in punk rock music. Rancid achieved success with songs “Ruby Soho” and “Red Hot Moon.” Their past experience as ska musicians comes through in their good rhythms. Opening artists are Tim Timebomb and Friends, and The Interrupters. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Stage AE, 400 North Shore Dr., North Shore.
3) Our Pirates take on the Cubbies in the second night of a four night series as they continue to battle for a playoff spot. It’s a Free Shirt Friday. 7:05 p.m. 115 Federal St., North Shore.
4) The “End of World” is near or at least a hilarious take on it is. Featuring a fun combination of improv comedy, music, dress-up, and animation, The End of the World Show promises to be an interesting production. Show creator Brian Gray states “The End of the World Show allows audiences to reflect on just what aspects of humanity would be worth fighting for by putting them in the perspective of a creature who doesn’t see the value of mankind.” 10 p.m. Ends today. Arcade Comedy Theater, 811 Liberty Ave., Cultural District.
5) Good Fridays at the Warhol is a weekly party at the museum, featuring art exhibits, music, and cocktails in the high temple to Andy Warhol’s numerous talents. Half-price museum admission. 5 – 10 p.m. 117 Sandusky St., North Shore.