1) Three harmonizing voices plus lush instrumentation equals The Lone Bellow, who will perform at Hartwood Acres. The indie-folk trio formed in Brooklyn, New York City, but it is now based in Nashville. 2015’s Then Came the Morning, the band’s sophomore LP, saw production by Aaron Dessner (of the rock band The National) and brass and string arrangements by Bryce Dessner (Aaron’s twin brother and also of The National). “Fake Roses,” with its vivid lyrics, remains a standout single from Then Came the Morning. The group opened for the Avett Brothers early in its career. It also shared the bill with Cold War Kids for the Feed More Festival at Stage AE in 2016. TV appearances include the “Late Show with David Letterman” and “CBS This Morning.” The Lone Bellow released its fourth album, Half Moon Light, in 2020 with Aaron Dessner again producing. Special guest is Andre Costello & The Cool Minors. 7:30 p.m. 4070 Middle Rd., Allison Park. (C.M.)
2) The Baja Bar and Grill’s outdoor deck and Tiki bar are now open for dining, drinking, and dancing with live bands and DJs. Which is where one of Pittsburgh’s top reggae bands, Ras Prophet, will be performing. The band draws from six decades of Jamaican music. 2 – 6 p.m. 1366 Old Freeport Rd., Fox Chapel Yacht Club, Fox Chapel.