Eli "Paperboy" Reed, Fitz and the Tantrums, Jukebox the Ghost, and Big Hurry

Join us for the 14th Annual Summer Music Festival at Schenley Plaza, a night of free, live performances that's open to everyone. This year's headliner is "Eli Paperboy Reed":http://www.elipaperboyreed.com/, with "Fitz and the Tantrums":http://fitzandthetantrums.com/, "Jukebox the Ghost":http://www.jukeboxtheghost.com/, and "Big Hurry":http://bighurry.tumblr.com/.

Grab a blanket and enjoy live music on the lawn at Schenley Plaza as we kick off the summer of outdoor performances. Click "here":http://www.pittsburghparks.org/schenleyplaza-directions for a map and directions.

We've expanded the Kids Area and moved it next to the I Made It! Market. Our partners for the Kids Area include:

-Balafon West African Dance Ensemble
-BYS Yoga
-CCFA Team Challenge
-Children's Museum of Pittsburgh
-Earth Lotus Yoga Studio
-Gemini Children's Theater
-Hip Hop on L.O.C.K.
-Household Harmony
-Innerbeat Drum School
-Lint Puppets with Cheryl Capezzuti
-Lucy the R.E.A.D. Dog
-Pittsburgh Foundation
-Pittsburgh Opera
-Project 53
-Spark, a program of The Sprout Fund
-Steel City Hoop Union
-Steel Town Fire
-Zany Umbrella Circus
More details on the full Kids Area activities can be found at "wyep.org":http://wyep.org/events/event.php?event_id=2032

Also starting at 4pm, shop for handmade, local crafts as "I Made It! Market":http://imadeitmarket.com/ sets up next to the plaza. I Made It! Market is an indie crafts marketplace that partners with community and non-profit groups to raise funds and awareness to assist them in improving the communities we share.

6pm Big Hurry
7:15pm Jukebox the Ghost
8:30pm Fitz and the Tantrums
9:45pm Eli "Paperboy" Reed

Spend your summer in the city with WYEP!

Local support for the Summer Music Festival is provided by:
"Dollar Bank":http://www.dollarbank.com/
"Giant Eagle Market District":http://www.marketdistrict.com/home
"IKEA Pittsburgh.":http://www.ikea.com/us/en/store/pittsburgh

And special thanks to our event partner "Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy":http://www.pittsburghparks.org