The timeless Diana Ross is making an appearance in Pittsburgh at Heinz Hall on Tuesday, August 20. Click here for more information. As always, you can join us for dinner at The Carlton and enjoy free parking and limousine service to Heinz Hall for the show.
Here is a list of Diana’s Top Ten Hits from whatculture.com. Do you agree with these choices? Let us know!
Don’t forget this is the last weekend for the Three rivers Arts Festival. Free and open to the public, the Three Rivers Arts Festival features more than 50 live music performances, an Artists’ Market, Visual Arts exhibits in galleries throughout the Cultural District, and art-making activities for children and families.
Make sure to stop by The Carlton Restaurant for dinner beforehand!
These are just a few of our favorites!
Tuesday, July 13th 2010 at Katz Plaza
Admission is Free!
BNY Mellon Jazz Presents JazzLive
JazzLive is a free, year-round live jazz series taking place at The Cabaret at Theater Square, Backstage Bar, and Katz Plaza. Open to the public, this popular Pittsburgh Cultural Trust music series showcases some of the region’s finest jazz musicians every Tuesday from 5pm – 11pm in the heart of the Cultural District.
In the summer, live jazz moves outdoors to Katz Plaza from 5pm – 7pm
Dining and drinks are available at the Backstage Bar.
Market Square Farmers Market
Thursday, July 15th 2010 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in Market Square
Check out the best market Downtown. With hot pierogies, fresh flowers, berries, baked goods, and over 50 varieties of produce, this market has it all! New this year…Clover Creek Cheese Cellar. The Farmers Market is programmed by Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA), in conjunction with the Thursday lunchtime concert programmed by CBS Radio.
Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District
Friday, July 16th 2010 from 5:30 – 9 pm in the Cultural District Market
Admission is Free for this quarterly showcase of art and entertainment at various Cultural District galleries and arts spaces. Visit Trust Education & Community Engagement Locations throughout the Cultural District