Tribute band gets fans as close as possible to the real thing.
The Tony-winning star of "Wicked" and singer of "Let It Go" takes the audience on an emotional ride.
Those who went to the concert on Friday at South Park and expected a party to break out wouldn’t have been disappointed.
Soul Line Dancing, Idina Menzel, Len Barcousky and comedian Sommore all on the schedule for the coming week.
Social Distortion plays classic album in full; Anti-Flag rages through political punk.
Nashville duo plays its hits, and covers Garth Brooks and Wiz Khalifa.
South African crew puts a weird twist on rap and rave.
She stopped in Pittsburgh as part of her world tour, joined by DeJ Loaf, Tinashe, Rae Sremmurd and Meek Mill.
Bootsy’s Rubber Band is an offshoot of Parliament/Funkadelic and led by bassist William “Bootsy” Collins.
The Sunday evening series at Heinz Hall is part of a push to engage new audiences.
The show departed from the usual large-scale teen-pop affair with more low-key production, but it didn’t matter: The fans were ecstatic.
Veteran band mixes hits into lively, bluesy set.
Country star plays his own hits and even dips into Taylor Swift and Maroon 5.
Singer-songwriter-pianist-composer Randy Newman gave a magnificent performance Thursday night with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
A master of story telling, J. Cole was able to keep the audience with him all night, as he performed 2014 Forest Hills Drive in full.