One of the Annual Rites of This Time of the Year — the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival — Opens It’s 10-Day Event on June 1 Featuring Everything from Art to Music to Children’s Activities. It’s Also a Weekend to Kick Back and Hear the Sounds of Country Phenom Kenny Chesney or Long-Time Rocker and Rollers Journey and Def Leppard. the First Fridays on Penn Begin June 1 for Folks to Experience the Many Businesses along That Avenue While the 36th Annual Greenfield Glide Takes Runners and Walkers through Schenley Park on June 3 [Derived Headline]

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One of the Annual Rites of This Time of the Year — the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival — Opens It’s 10-Day Event on June 1 Featuring Everything from Art to Music to Children’s Activities. It’s Also a Weekend to Kick Back and Hear the Sounds of Country Phenom Kenny Chesney or Long-Time Rocker and Rollers Journey and Def Leppard. the First Fridays on Penn Begin June 1 for Folks to Experience the Many Businesses along That Avenue While the 36th Annual Greenfield Glide Takes Runners and Walkers through Schenley Park on June 3 [Derived Headline]


One of the annual rites of this time of the year — The Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival — opens it’s 10-day event on June 1 featuring everything from art to music to children’s activities. It’s also a weekend to kick back and hear the sounds of country phenom Kenny Chesney or long-time rocker and rollers Journey and Def Leppard. The First Fridays on Penn begin June 1 for folks to experience the many businesses along that avenue while the 36th annual Greenfield Glide takes runners and walkers through Schenley Park on June 3.

ART APPRECIATION

The 59th annual Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival is June 1-10 in and around Point State Park, Gateway Center and the Cultural District in Downtown Pittsburgh. It’s 10 days of free music, theater, dance, public art installations, gallery exhibitions, a visual artist market, creative activities and food.

A production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, it’s a celebration of the arts that was founded in 1960 by the Women’s Committee of the Carnegie Museum of Art and has presented more than 10,000 visual and performing artists and entertained millions of residents and visitors.

The featured artist on June 1 will be Mavis Staples on the main stage in Point State Park at 7:30 p.m. She is an alchemist of American music, having continuously crossed genre lines weaving herself into gospel, soul, pop, rhythm and blues, rock and hip hop. The artist market will feature dozens of creatives selling everything from pottery to jewelry to art.

Details: trustarts.org

TAKE A STROLL

Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn is a monthly initiative sponsored by the Penn Avenue Arts Initiative, a joint program of the BGC and Friendship Development Associates. What started as an attempt to revitalize Penn Avenue between Negley and Mathilda has transformed into one of the city’s hottest cultural events. …

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One of the Annual Rites of This Time of the Year — the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival — Opens It’s 10-Day Event on June 1 Featuring Everything from Art to Music to Children’s Activities. It’s Also a Weekend to Kick Back and Hear the Sounds of Country Phenom Kenny Chesney or Long-Time Rocker and Rollers Journey and Def Leppard. the First Fridays on Penn Begin June 1 for Folks to Experience the Many Businesses along That Avenue While the 36th Annual Greenfield Glide Takes Runners and Walkers through Schenley Park on June 3 [Derived Headline]
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