Enjoy 10 Days of Free Music and Art in Pittsburgh this Summer!

Audience at music and art festival

Pittsburgh is indeed the “Gateway to the West,” and it started out as just a frontier village in the early days. It also is a U.S. city that has managed to play a very important part in the history of America from the beginning. By the mid-1950s, Pittsburgh was the eighth largest of all cities in the nation. It had a growing population of a half of a million people that immigrated to Ellis Island from Europe. However, what makes this city such a great place to visit is that it offers tons of things to do for fun and enjoyment. You can even find free events and activities to partake in. Pittsburgh is a city that does indeed have it all.

Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival

The Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival (TRAF) is a free event that takes place from June 2nd until June 11th. It starts on the very first Friday in June of each year. The event lasts for approximately 10 days, and there is a full line of specific entertainment attractions that can be found at the event’s website. Discover activities of every type, including performing art, literary art, art & technology, and so much more!

Admission to each event is free. The festival features all sorts of music, visual art, and other creative activities to fit any person’s style.

The Pittsburgh Music Experience Is at The Three Rivers Arts Festival

Pittsburgh residents and visitors are in for a real treat in this month. The Three Rivers Art Festival will run from June 2nd to June 11th, 2017.  That’s right – It offers ten full days of entertainment!

The Three Rivers Arts Festival is all about music and art on all fronts. The festival hours of operation will be from 12 pm to 8 pm each day and will be held at Point State Park, Cultural District, and Gateway Center. Each and every attraction in the Three Rivers Arts Festival will have its own individual hours of operation though. Therefore, if you wish to attend a certain event, do makes sure to check out the schedule to get the approximate times.