|January 22, 2014||
The Travlin’ Man is at it again! Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band announced today they will hit the road in support of Seger’s first new studio album in eight years, RIDE OUT, with their 2014 / 2015 RIDE OUT TOUR.
The tour will be Seger’s most extensive since 2006/2007 Face The Promise Tour and will give Seger & his Silver Bullet Band the opportunity to perform once more for fans across the US and Canada including stops in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Cleveland, Atlanta, Pittsburgh Buffalo, Toronto, Tampa, Ft. Lauderdale and Phoenix.
|January 25, 2014||
WYEP is inviting members, listeners and supporters to come out to the Community Broadcast Center on Saturday, January 25th for a morning full of 40 years of WYEP history! Get a tour of the LEED certified building, learn about the station's beginnings and check out some archival goodies! We highly encourage any visitors to bring WYEP pictures, memorabilia or fun stories to share with the crowd.
Noon: a Live & Direct performance featuring Corey Harris (standing room only)
|January 25, 2014||
-tickets on sale Friday 10/11/13 at noon
|January 30, 2014||
|February 1, 2014||
The Pitts-burrrrgh Drowned Hogs are getting ready for the 9th annual plunge into the Chilly Mon to raise money and awareness for Circle C Youth and Family Services' work with at-risk kids in Pittsburgh... and to offer a little "meteorological assistance" to Punxsutawny Phil! You've GOT to know by now that:
"If the Drowned Hogs frolic in the Chilly Mon, Spring's arrival is almost won, but if they scream and run back out, Winter will be a six week bout!"
JOIN US! A Drowned Hog can be anyone with an adventurous spirit and a willingness to raise funds and take a quick dip for Circle C’s programs for kids! Got cold feet? It's OK! Support your favorite Drowned Hog's fundraising efforts here, then cheer them on at the river!
|February 2, 2014||
WYEP invites you to enjoy local music and help tackle hunger in our community at our 14th annual Alternative Souper Bowl, taking place on Sunday, February 2nd from Noon-3pm at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Main in Oakland. The Alternative Souper Bowl features a live broadcast with local artists. This year's performers include: Sleep Experiments, Townsppl and Triggers. Please bring a non-perishable donation for HEARTH, a local shelter for displaced women and their children.
This event is free and open to the public, and portions will be broadcast live on 91.3fm WYEP.
**Donation Needs at HEARTH**
Many thanks to WYEP's Alternative Souper Bowl Sponsor, Dollar Bank!
|February 8, 2014||
|February 9, 2014||
January 18 - February 9, 2014 (Mainstage)
Flash back to April 3, 1968, Memphis, Tennessee. Enter room 306 of the Lorraine Motel, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spent the last night of his life. In this daring reimagining of history, a visit from an enigmatic, young maid unveils the humanity and vulnerability of America’s larger-than-life icon.
|February 12, 2014|
|February 15, 2014||
Cupid's Undie Run is making its debut in Pittsburgh, PA!
This Valentine's Day weekend, come put the hilarity in charity with hundreds of half-naked runners taking to the streets in celebration of their fundraising for the Children's Tumor Foundation.
Cupid’s Undie Run is a mile(ish) run in your bedroom-best on Valentine’s weekend. No, we’re not crazy, we’re just crazy serious about raising money for The Children’s Tumor Foundation. We raised over $1.3 Million in donations last year, so come join the fun and help us double it for 2014!
The party starts at 12:00pm, run time is 2:00pm , then back for more fun until 4:00pm . Arrive early and stay late... and feel free to remain pants-less the entire time! The party inside Buckhead's is for runners only, sorry spectators!
For spectators, you can line up along Station Square Dr. to watch, take pics and cheer on you favorite teams or individual runners. The run begins at 2:00pm.
|February 15, 2014||
|February 17, 2014||
Join us as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Shakespeare Monologue & Scene contest. From 75 contestants the first year to over 1,200 participants this past season, the Shakespeare contest has become a much anticipated annual event.
This is a wonderful opportunity for young people to experience the excitement of live performance while learning the works of William Shakespeare. The contest is open to students in grades 4-12. Students may enter the monologue, scene or both portions of the contest in either the upper division (grades 8-12) or the lower devision (grades 4-7).
Coaching sessions are conducted in January and February in the schools and at the O'Reilly Theater. Contestants present their pieces on the Public's main stage in front of a panel of judges, and those who advance to the final round of the contest have the opportunity to perform at the Showcase of Finalists.
|February 22, 2014||
w/Nick Barilla & Scott and Rosanna
|February 26, 2014||
w/The Wailers with Adam Ezra
|February 28, 2014||
Time to prepare for the most electric rock concert ever — literally! ArcAttack, best known for a breakout performance on America’s Got Talent, plays classic hits with homemade high-tech instruments. Prepare to be shocked as the band uses tesla coils to perform a full rock concert while electrocuting the stage… and some lucky volunteers!
Join Shady Side Academy science faculty and the Carnegie Science Center for a family-friendly electricity lab prior to the show
|March 1, 2014||
Let music inspire your imagination! The Carnival of the Animals is one of the most famous pieces by French composer Camille Saint-Saëns. Each of the movements in this spectacular orchestral work depicts a different animal, from the royal lion to the graceful swan. Joining conductor Lawrence Loh and Fiddlesticks onstage is cartoon artist Joe Wos from the Toonseum, who will illustrate the animals as the PSO performs. Let your imagination run wild in this musical journey through the animal kingdom.
|March 1, 2014||
with special guests Old Crow Medicine Show
|March 2, 2014|
|March 6, 2014 to March 8, 2014||
Featuring three Pittsburgh premieres, PBT presents imaginative masterworks by world-renowned choreographers Jiřί Kylián, Mark Morris and Jerome Robbins. With live orchestral accompaniment, the program contrasts the eloquent agility of Kylián’s striking Petite Mort, the hilarity of Robbins’ clever comedy, The Concert, and the signature wit and musicality of Morris in his playful ensemble ballet, Sandpaper Ballet.
|March 7, 2014|
|March 8, 2014||
You suggest the song, they make the musical! Straight from New York City, Broadway’s Next Hit Musical abandons the same old song-and-dance to create a spontaneous evening of music, humor and laughter. The audience votes for their favorite song and watches as the cast turns it into a full-blown improvised musical, complete with memorable characters, witty dialogue and plot twists galore. The New York Times called it “Hilarious!”
|March 12, 2014||
Tickets go on sale Friday 11/22!
|March 16, 2014 to March 23, 2014||
Help Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh as they prepare for their annual fundraiser, Bowl For Kids Sake!
Bowl for Kids' Sake is the largest national fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters, raising over $20 million annually. Because of Bowl for Kids' Sake, more Bigs and Littles can be matched up, more friendships can be created and more young lives can be transformed. Bowl for Kids' Sake is a fun and easy way to positively impact a child.
It's simple and fun! Here's how to get involved:
The Pittsburgh bowling dates and times are as follows:
3/16/2014 - West Pike Bowl (1:00 - 3:00 pm)
|March 17, 2014||
Enjoy an evening of classical music with Paul Huang. Hailed by The Washington Post as “an artist with the goods for a significant career,” and praised by The Strad for his “stylish and polished playing,” 22-year-old Taiwanese-American violinist Paul Huang is already recognized for his eloquent music making, effortless virtuosity, and compelling stage presence. Paul Huang plays a 1683 Nicolo Amati violin, which has been generously loaned to him.
Free admission. Open to all. A reception will follow the concert.
|March 19, 2014||