All Ages

August 7, 2013

Black Crowes/Tedeschi Trucks Band

August 8, 2013

The Weeks

w/Scott Lucas, Jr. Astronomers, William Forrest, & Gyspy Grin

August 9, 2013

Ben Sollee

An American cellist, singer-songwriter, and composer known for his innovative playing style, genre-bending song writing, electrifying performances, political activism, and wide appeal. 

August 9, 2013

Heritage Music Blues Festival


Fri Aug 9th:

5:00 PM                Lionel Young Band
6:30 PM                The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer
8:00 PM                Golden State-Lone Star Blues Revue feat
                                  Anson Funderburgh, Little Charlie Baty, & Mark Hummel
9:30 PM                Joan Osborne

August 10, 2013

Heritage Music Blues Festival


12:00           IBC solo / Little G Weevil
1:30 PM        Skyla Burrell Band
3:00 PM        Brighter Side Band
4:30 PM        Jesse Dee
6:00 PM        Monkey Junk
7:45 PM        Joe Louis Walker
9:30 PM        Dr John

August 11, 2013

Heritage Music Blues Festival



1:00 PM                 IBC band / Selwyn Birchwood
2:30 PM                 Harrison Kennedy
4:00 PM                 Glen David Andrews
5:30 PM                Southern Hospitality
7:15 PM                Ruthie Foster
9:00 PM                JJ Grey & Mofro

August 15, 2013

Mickey Hart Band

w/Tea Leaf Trio

August 18, 2013



WhenSunday, Aug 18, 2013
Where20550 Route 19 North, Cranberry, PA Dave Iglar Band plays at 7pm All-day event Blues for Food is hosted by Eugene Morgan & the Nightcrawlers to benefit the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.  Food drive: Nonperishable grocery items accepted (no glass containers) Club info: 724-776-6455,
Jimmy Adler 5pm
Dave Iglar Band 730pm

August 31, 2013

Venture Outdoors' Family Festival

Join us for an afternoon of outdoor fun for the whole family! The Venture Outdoors Family Outdoors Festival at Allegheny Commons has free beginner-friendly activities for everyone to experience. Try a Tyke Hike, scaling a climbing wall, paddling a kayak on Lake Elizabeth, using a GPS unit to find secret treasures, biking around the park or participating in crafts and other activities for kids of all ages.

September 3, 2013

Small Black

September 4, 2013

Zappa Plays Zappa

September 6, 2013


September 6, 2013 to September 8, 2013

A Fair in the Park

A Fair in the Park is an annual contemporary fine craft and arts show and sale, presented by The Craftsmen’s Guild of Pittsburgh with the Cooperation of Citi Parks. In addition to the vast array of high quality art and craft displays and demonstrations, A Fair in the Park features musical acts and performers, a children’s activity area and a variety of Pittsburgh’s fabulous foods. A Fair in the Park does not charge an admission fee. Interact with over 100 Craft Artists, working in Clay, Fiber, Wood, Jewelry and Beadwork, Glass, Metal, Mixed Media and 2D Art. A Fair in the Park is an opportunity for the whole family to be creatively involved with recognized local and national artists in a variety of mediums.

September 7, 2013


The Senator John Heinz History Center, in partnership with Good Taste! Pittsburgh, will host Hometown-Homegrown, a fun and flavorful food expo which celebrates the region's passion for food. 

Visitors can sample a delicious assortment of foods from nearly 50 local vendors representing the best of the Burgh's neighborhoods and swap recipes with the region's culinary experts. There will be activities throughout five floors at the History Center. 

September 7, 2013

The 30th Anniversary Family House Polo Match

Throughout the year, Family House raises the funds to continue our critical mission through several events, but Family House Polo is by far our largest and most popular event each year.  Since its inception, this event has grown to become the largest polo fundraiser in the country, raising more than $3 million over the past 29 years.

Now in its 30th year, Family House Polo is a local tradition and a unique fundraising event.  Each year, 2,000 community and business leaders, individuals and families gather at Hartwood Acres on the Saturday after Labor Day for a fun-filled day of entertainment; from the professional polo match and tailgating to the brunch tent, silent auction and children’s activities.

September 7, 2013

Bill Frisell at The Hillman Center for Performing Arts

On the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first American release, this is the perfect way to enjoy favorites like "Imagine," "Come Together" and "Across the Universe." Frisell plays his beautiful harmonies with violinist Jenny Scheinman, pedal steel and acoustic guitarist Greg Leisz, bassist Tony Scherr and drummer Kenny Wollesen.

Congratulated by the Vancouver Sun as a "stunningly original and sensitive tribute," the renowned jazz improvisation guitarist and his considerably capable ensemble discover long-hidden nuances within Lennon's most recognizable Beatles and solo hit melodies.

By reintroducing the legendary rock icon's sonic standards into a purely instrumental and openly modern context, Frisell aims not to reinvent the music of John Lennon. Instead, according to DownBeat magazine, he provides "an intelligent, no-frills presentation of the Lennon catalog."

Before Frisell's performance, Midday Mix host and Beatles fanatic Mike Sauter will present The Beatles: Behind the Scenes, a workshop dissecting the creative and production processes of classic Beatles songs. 

September 8, 2013


w/Cage the Elephant

September 8, 2013

Michael Franti and Spearhead

Tickets on sale June 22 at noon

September 10, 2013

North Mississippi Allstars

w/Lightning Malcom

September 10, 2013

The Rides

Featuringn Stepthen Stills, Kenny Wayne Shepard, and Barry Goldberg w/Beth Hart

September 10, 2013

North Mississippi Allstars with special guest Lightnin' Malcolm

With Lightnin Malcolm

Sept 10th

Mr. Small's Fun House

8 pm.  All Ages.

September 11, 2013


September 12, 2013

Mission of Burma

Tickets on sale 7/20

September 13, 2013


September 13, 2013

Gaslight Anthem

Rescheduled from 6/12/13 show, ALL PREVIOUS TICKETS HONORED