What to do in Pittsburgh this week

This week(end) in Pittsburgh: Three Rivers Arts Fest returns & a deep dive into all 18 city pools

A look at Pittsburgh’s upcoming live music performances, beer that happens to be gluten-free and a documentary on upcycled chandeliers.

Our weekly beer pick is Citra Sippin’ Pale Ale from Aurochs.

Did you know that Pittsburgh is home to one of only a handful of gluten-free breweries in the country?

You asked, we listened. Sunny Side Up Brunch is back Sunday, June 23.

Pittsburgh Sandwich Society will be serving up its breakfast specialties paired with a Grist House beer. Your $10 ticket gets you a menu item of your choice and a beer.

Step inside the Queen Boheme Maison. This Carrick home belongs to Jennie Kay Snyder, a Pittsburgh artist who upcycles chandeliers.

Pittsburgh’s 18 city pools are officially open for the season. We dove a little deeper into each one for this guide.

 

Thursday // June 13

6:00 pm – Potholes & Pierogies @ Allegheny Center
The City of Pittsburgh hosts dinner and a discussion of the 2020 Pittsburgh Capital Budget.

 

Friday // June 14

7:00 pm – Pittsburgh Record Fest at Spirit

 

Saturday // June 15

12:00 pm – South Side Presbyterian Church Landmark Dedication Celebration

 

Sunday // June 16

7:30 pm – Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe @ Three Rivers Arts Festival

 

Monday // June 17

8:00 pm – Full Moon & Glow Stand Up Paddle Tour  at Moraine State Park

 

Tuesday // June 18

9:00 pm – Ocean Alley @ Spirit

Psychedelic surf-rock band from Australia is making a stop in Pittsburgh.

https://twitter.com/Bandsintown/status/1127994371482247170

 

Wednesday // June 19

5:00 pm or 8:00 pm – Hello Neighbor Community Dinner @ Scratch F&B