Carrie Furnaces, Thrival Music Festival’s new venue, suited both attendees and vendors well for a night of great music and innovation.
Thrival Music Festival, Jake Bugg, Norman Nardini, Cultural District Gallery Crawl
For the second time this year, the Boss is the month’s big draw, but there are plenty of other great shows, both indoor and outdoor, to satiate your live music needs.
2) Created as a way to promote local music during a typically slow time of the year, Strip District Music Fest will surely cure your winter doldrums. Now in its second year, the festival boasts some of Pittsburgh’s biggest acts. Like poppy shoegaze? Try Donora or Meeting of Important People. Want something rockin’? Seek Nevada Color. Prefer your Celtic music infused with some speed? Bastard Bearded Irishmen are your band. How about classical music with a kick? Cello Fury
Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band, Strip District Music Fest, Steel City Ruins
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are this month’s big headr, but that doesn’t mean there’s not plenty of other great music to be found.
New blooms on the Pittsburgh concert scene.