Not a lot of major musical acts this month, but still plenty of high-quality bands and performers.
The Pittsburgh Comedy Festival is back for a second year, with than 30 acts over three days of stand-up, improv and workshops.
An exhibition of Pittsburgh landscapes at The Frick Art Museum offers a glimpse into the city’s industrial past.
Pittsburgh concerts this month have all the basic elements: rock, metal, country, soul, and pop.
Seattle band Hey Marseilles brought an orchestral feel to their twilight show at the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival.
A numerous amount of concerts promises to make June a very pleasant month.
A Pittsburgh Hotel is recreating a nightclub closed for than 30 years for one night of disco Heaven.
City Theatre’s new play is a ride through the wild side of midlife crisis.
The concert scene is starting to build in advance of summer.