Khalifa lights up an excited, smoky hometown crowd in opening set Thursday night in Burgettstown.
Frontman Alex Ebert’s energy alone carried the Los Angeles indie folk band through an electrifying 14-song set.
Time for Three performed at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater as part of Chamber Music Pittsburgh’s Just Summer series.
Picasso at the Wheel Tour is big on audience participation at First Niagara Pavilion.
The ’60s icon neglects his new album for a career retrospective, from Byrds to CSNY to CPR.
“What happens when a bunch of hillbillies wind up with a 60-foot television screen?” The country star asked the crowd.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presented the first installment of its new FUSE@PSO series with creative director Steve Hackman.
The 12-voice all-male a cappella choir pleased a near-capacity audience at Shadyside Presbyterian Church on Wednesday.
Frontwoman Laura Jane Grace made it a full-throttle race through ground-shaking anthems.
Veteran bands bring their own variations of rock and comedy.
Bands team up for a nostalgic night on the North Shore.
The Zip Code tour brought deep cuts and hits to the North Shore. It was the group’s first show here in a decade.
Las Vegas band brings epic sound and big hits to arena show.
After years out of the musical spotlight, the Irish singer-songwriter charms all at Stage AE.
Jazz greats and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra paid tribute to Pittsburgh musicians past in The Pittsburgh Jazz Celebration.
Three current members of the band are joined by a drum machine late in the set.
The grown-up boy band satisfies the ’Blockheads’ during The Main Event.
If he was tired from an earlier show in New York, Nick Jonas didn’t show it. He took selfies with the crowd and kept the energy level high.
The Pittsburgh Symphony concluded its main concert season with concertos featuring Yefim Bronfman and Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida.
Arts Festival and Stage AE concerts converge near the Point.
Philadelphia band The War on Drugs excels at slow-burning rock with beautiful guitar, which they brought in excess to Stage AE on Tuesday
Legendary post-punk band focuses on new self-titled album in Mr. Smalls show.
Acoustic set is the highlight of ’Two Sets’ tour stop at the First Niagara Pavilion.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra concluded its season-long BeethovenFest with Manfred Honeck and violinist Christian Teztlaff.
Fifty-five thousand fans were glowing from the first song, "Welcome to New York," and so was Taylor Swift.
Singer touches on solo material as well as Rilo Kiley faves.
Frontman Jim James proclaims love for Pittsburgh and backs it up with euphoric show.
Shadyside Presbyterian Church launched Music for Midsummer Nights with baroque violinist Andrew Fouts and harpsichordist Justin Wallace.
While a popular draw at major summer festivals the last several years, the band had never set foot in Pittsburgh before Wednesday.