Weekend Music Events: Where You Should Be and When

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So there are a ton of exciting things happening music and concert-wise this weekend through the Three Rivers Arts Festival starting Friday, June 7th as well as the start of the “Weather Permitting” concert series this Sunday, June 9th. Here’s a chronological list of all the bands coming by day and time of performance as well as what stage they will be performing on. Three Rivers Arts Festival:  Because there are multiple stages, you may find more

Dancin’, they’re dancin’ in the street – Jam on Walnut 2012

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Last Friday night I stopped by the WYEP Summer Music Fest – holy smokes – what a crowd – Pittsburgh loves an outdoor concert. Schenley Park looked amazing and the entire lawn was covered with people.  It was a perfect Pittsburgh summer night. Thinking about the WYEP summer Music Fest and all of the other awesome outdoor concerts… I just can get the song Dancing in the Street out of my head today… Callin’ out, around the burgh Are you more

Jam on Walnut Line Up for 2011

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Summer time, means outside concert time.  One of the most popular events of the season (and one of teh most popular summer posts on IheartPGH last summer) is Jam on Walnut.  Back for another year of free concerts in the street – there is a great line up of bands. June 25 – Donora and Bill Deasy July 23 – Meeting of Important People and Radio Tokyo August 20 – Kelsey Friday and Dancing Queen The concerts are on Walnut Street in Shadyside more

Jam on Walnut 2010 – Walnut Street Closes for Traffic, Open for Concerts

Image via Wikipedia Back again for another summer of fun – free concerts on Walnut St. in Shadyside.  Walnut Street is closes to traffic and opens for music and more. All of the proceeds benefit the Western PA Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  It looks like the concerts are free – and that you can spend $2 on a wrist band for beer. If you know more about how this works please leave a comment below. Saturday June 26th -  Donora and Bon Journey Saturday more

WYEP Rock the Block

WYEP is one of the biggest lovers of Pittsburgh. This is a radio station that has been a labor of love by some amazing Pittsburgh music lovers for many year. I am actually sitting in Oh Yeah listening to WYEP as I type this. This radio station is most definitely a cause that is worthy of your dollars and this is a great event. I attended Rock the Block in 2006 and had a great time. $35 gets you food, drink, and an outdoor concert from Cracker more

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