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Pittsburgh is gearing up for an exciting summer full of fantastic events with inclusive festivals, free concerts, craft beer celebrations and so much more.
The Millvale Music Festival is a free, community-organized event that showcases 300+ acts of original music ranging from reggae and jazz to country and rock at unique venues throughout the Millvale community.
Celebrate Pride Month in Pittsburgh! The first weekend in June is kicking off Pride with parades, marches and parties occurring throughout Pittsburgh neighborhoods. Then, stick around to see what makes Pittsburgh such a welcoming, inclusive community.
The annual celebration of the arts returns in a new location in the Cultural District! This free festival runs daily from noon-9 p.m. with world-class artists and featured music, including Grammy Award-winning artists and our own Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, nightly at 7:30 p.m.
Celebrate your love for local craft beer with at Beers of the Burgh Festival at Carrie Furnace. This year's festival features more than 70 of the area’s best brewers across two Saturdays. Experience an unprecedented variety of brews unique to the Three Rivers region while enjoying Pittsburgh's best food trucks and live music.
Thrill your tastebuds at Kennywood’s Bites & Pints Festival! Sample chef-inspired tastings of international cuisine while sipping specialty cocktails, craft beer or wine as the Racer zooms past.
The Allegheny County Summer Concert Series is back! Live performances from Soul Asylum, BoDeans, Michael Franti & Spearhead, The Regrettes and more are scheduled throughout the summer. The first show at South Park is June 3 with a performance from River City Brass. The Hartwood Acres series will kick off on June 5 with the Pittsburgh Opera.
Hop Farm Brewing Company, a women-owned, family-run brewery in Pittsburgh’s Lawrenceville neighborhood, will once again be the exclusive craft beer vendor for the Summer Concert Series.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's popular outdoor series returns this summer to a new location in Sharpsburg. Local performing arts organizations and dance schools will gather along the Allegheny riverfront Park to perform for Open Air: A Series in Celebration of the Performing Arts.
Pittsburgh will celebrate Juneteenth from June 17-19, featuring a Freedom Day Fest, live music, Freedom Parade, Youthfest and Minority Vendor Plaza spotlighting dozens of minority-owned businesses.
One of the biggest events every Summer, Anthrocon returns to the Steel City this summer with an event you can find Only In Pittsburgh. After the parade, join the new Anthrocon Block Party July 2 when the streets shut down and local businesses partner with fursuiters across the globe for an inclusive afternoon of fun.
Celebrate Independence Day with fireworks at the Point on July 4! Enjoy a family-style picnic at the traditional Point State Park location with patriotic music and food vendors provided from 4 to 10 p.m. Fireworks will begin at 9:35 p.m.
Pittsburgh's Black Music Festival fills Point State Park and Market Square with RnB, Soul, Jazz, Blues, Funk and Gospel artists. This year's lineup is an homage to Pittsburgh's own Phyllis Hyman.
Twice voted the #1 Specialty Food Festival in the US, this culinary and cultural celebration will, once again, fly the signature 35’ Heinz pickle balloon on the Andy Warhol Bridge. Picklesburgh will offer a unique space for festival goers to linger, enjoy food, listen to music and relish the energy of the event.
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix celebrates their 40th annual race this year! Experience the nation’s only vintage street race and the largest vintage race event, spanning 10 days with two race weekends, car shows, parties, parades and motorsport events.
Deutschtown Music Festival is going big for their 10th anniversary. This free event will be rocking Pittsburgh's NorthSide with 500 bands performing throughout 50 outdoor stages and indoor venues!
Summer is the season of saison and celebrations! Join Pittsburgh-based Cinderlands Beer Co and Trace Brewing for the inaugural Pittsburgh Mixed Culture at Freedom Farms for a day made for sharing a love of beer.
Kennywood's Fall Fantasy Parades span 16 nights and include more than 130 bands from high schools and universities, along with beautifully decorated floats!
It’s the most delicious time of year! Pittsburgh Restaurant Week features dining specials highlighting the wide-ranging dining options that Pittsburgh has to offer. Featured restaurants offer dine-in and takeout specials.
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium will illuminate the city with the glow of colossal, wildlife-themed, handcrafted lanterns. This all-new display will feature extinct and endangered animals while visitors learn about Asian culture and enjoy themed food and entertainment.
The nation’s first Black brew fest is back with a new location at The Stacks at 3 Crossings. Barrel reflects the festival's showcasing of Black breweries, artists and business owners, while Flow is their stellar lineup of musicians and deejays.
Celebrate Bloomfield’s Italian heritage at the 20th annual Little Italy Days. Enjoy Italian-themed food, play bocce, learn to stretch pizza dough and dance along with traditional entertainment this summer at the region’s largest heritage festival.
Pittsburgh's favorite celebration on two wheels returns! Choose from a flat, family-friendly 7 miler, to a beginner-friendly 25 miler, an advanced 4 mile route, or the most extreme 62 mile route.
Pittsburgh's top tacos and food trucks take over the Strip District Terminal! Enjoy this community-centered event which features more than 25 food trucks and vendors plus live music, an art market and family fun. This festival is produced with the support of the Pittsburgh Hispanic Development Corporation and Latin American Cultural Union.