Florida Georgia Line Plays First Niagara; The Arts Festival on Walnut Street Starts (Sat., 8/27/16)

1) Country duo Florida Georgia Line consists of Tyler Hubbard (he’s the Georgian half of the pair) along with Brian Kelley from Florida. It’s only the second time they’ve headlined their own tour, after opening for Luke Brian, Taylor Swift, and Jason Aldean in recent years. The duo formed in Nashville in 2010 and have since put out two albums: 2012’s Here’s to the Good Times and last year’s Anything Goes, the latter of which went to No. 1 on both the Billboard 200 and the Country Albums chart. Dig Your Roots, the group’s third LP, is scheduled to come out the day before their Pittsburgh show. They were apparently the first group to be labeled as “bro-country,” a rock and hip-hop influenced style, best demonstrated by their smash single “Cruise” (which was later remixed by hip-hop artist Nelly and given an even more leery video). Opening is Cole Swindell, The Cadillac Three, and Kane Brown. 7 p.m. First Niagara Pavilion, 665 Route 18, Burgettstown. (HM/RH)

2) The Art Festival on Walnut Street takes over the main thoroughfare in the popular Pittsburgh neighborhood of Shadyside and is celebrating its 20th Anniversary. Enjoy beautiful and interesting works of art created by some of the best local and national artists. While there treat yourself to a tasty meal and some beverages at a Walnut Street eatery including Shady Grove, The Steel Cactus, Pamela’s, Thai Place, Cappy’s, Cafe MoulinMercurio’sChina Palace, Girasole, Le Madis Gras, Le FeriaMario’s Eastside SaloonThe William Penn Tavern, The Yard,, and Sushi Too. 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. tomorrow. Free. Walnut Street between Aiken and Negley Avenues.

3) The Baja Bar and Grill’s outdoor deck and Tiki bar are open for dining, drinking, and dancing with live bands and DJs. Dancing Queen will put people on the dance floor tonight beginning at 8 p.m. 1366 Old Freeport Rd., O’Hara Township.