Celebrate your heritage, pride or passion with one of the many festivals in Pittsburgh and Its Countryside! Gather your friends and family to take in a movie, race a dragon boat, sing, joust or experience great art. Mark your calendars for these fun festival experiences – you’ll have something entertaining to do almost every day of the year!
The 133rd Dayton Fair is a week-long fair providing family fun, exhibits, midway rides, concerts and demolition derbies.
The 15th annual festival gives visitors the chance to hear, see and experience traditional drumming, dancing, singing and learn about Indian life.
Date: June 14-16, 2013 (Father’s Day Weekend) Venue: Cooper’s Lake Campground (Near Slippery Rock, PA) and Downtown Butler Website: www.bantamjeepfestival.com Phone: 724-234-2291 Jeeps from across the country are returning home to Butler for the 3rd annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival June 14-16. The 2013 event offers three full days of Jeep activities, a new location and more trails! Main activities include the Jeep Invasion street party in Downtown Butler, off-road playground, tra... More Details
Nemacolin's 4th Five Alarm Mountain Madness is an ICS - International Chili Society sanctioned cook-off. Cooks from across the Country will compete in three categories: Red Chili, Chili Verde and Salsa. Over $5,000 in cash prizes with a $2,000 prize to the 1st place Red Chili! This event includes FUN for the whole family with our Chili & BrewFest Tastings – taste award-winning chili and vote for your favorite, Craft Fair, Kidz Korner, Celebrity Judges including Brett Keisel, Cameron... More Details
Attend the 50th Annual Horse Trading Days, featuring three amazing days of fun, old-fashioned food, music and contests in beautiful Zelienople and Harmony PA, just 30 minutes North of Pittsburgh!
Every downtown building lights up to celebrate the start of the holiday season. The city's skyline comes to life with a number of holiday activities, culminating in a spectacular fireworks display
A celebration of ethnic pride for the past 48 years. This three-day festival offers mouth-watering local foods, lively entertainment, crafts and children's attractions.
The nation's longest continuously running fair, the Jacktown Fair was first held in 1865. Various events appeal to young and old alike including prize produce, farming ideas, games, performances, food and much more.
A large variety of antique cars will be displayed around Old Economy Village. Food, games, historic artisans, and entertainment will create an old fashioned town celebration for the entire family.Cars interested in coming please contact Pam 724-266-4500 x 114 or email@example.com
Livestock, exhibitions, rides, concerts, demolition derby, tractor pulls, and more.
Celebrating its 68th year. Exhibits include agricultural, livestock, commercial, tractor and truck pulls and demolition derby.
The Beaver County River Regatta takes place every August in Bridgewater and offers all kinds of family-friendly events and activities: Children's Fishing Derby, Ducky Derby Race, Anything That Floats Race, Extreme Drag Boat Racing, Water-Ski Shows, Light-Up Boat Parade, Zambelli Fireworks and more! There's also a popular wing eating contest, tons of food vendors, and live entertainment by some of the region's top musicians. It's a weekend of food and fun for the entire family - don't miss ... More Details
Pittsburgh’s official launch of summer! Produced by Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival connects the community to the arts with 10 days of free, live music performances, visual arts, hands-on activities, an artists’ market and exciting new features each year.
Host to more than 200 arts and craft booths. A wide variety of canvas and slate paintings, as well as handmade, reasonably priced crafts from candles to curtains, jewelry to stained glass, wooden gifts to woven hammocks.
EXILED VOICES OF CHINA AND TIBET brings together exiled poets, writers, activists and musicians for readings, talks and performances. Guest speakers include Chen Guangcheng, Liao Yiwu, and Tienchi Martin-Liao.It concludes with a free concert at 8 PM, featuringTibetan rockers, Melong Band together with Pittsburgh hip-hop artist Jasiri X and the dissident Chinese poet, Huang Xiang.
Bag your own apples, enjoy hayrides, entertainment, cider, pumpkins, crafters, horse-drawn wagon rides and more!
The 4-day Heritage Festival with ethnic food, games, kiddie rides, and more. Opening ceremonies are at 1pm in the park, fireworks are at 10PM at the Football Field. Saturday starts with a 5K Run/Walk at 9am. The parade is at 6:30pm followed by free nightly entertainment. See the website for all the details.
The Fort Armstrong Folk Festival is a fine arts and crafts festival held along the tree lined banks of the beautiful Allegheny River that uplifts the community's spirit and pays tribute to Armstrong County's heritage.
Week-long event offers local farmers, 4H members and others to show their livestock, crafts, baked goods, needlework, canned goods and homegrown produce in numerous competitions. Plenty of other events to appeal to most everyone including a rodeo, tractor pulls, demolition derbies, music and more.
Crafters, artists, entertainment, delicious foods and strawberry delights throughout the event.