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The Pittsburgh music community spent the fall of 2018 mourning the death of Mac Miller and the victims of the Tree of Life massacre. By contrast, 2019 was a far more upbeat year. And with the debuts of two long-awaited venues — and the disappearances of none — there seemed to be more music around than […]
It’s hard to imagine a better choice than The New Mastersounds to headline the inaugural show at the new Roxian Theatre in McKees Rocks. Sporting a fresh funk sound with a bit of a rockabilly/surf vibe, the British group blended an old-world spirit with a decidedly modern spin that accentuated the beautifully renovated Roxian. Thursday, […]
Heading to a venue for the first time can be anxiety-inducing or at the very least inconvenient. Where’s will call? Is there parking? Will you have to hide your expensive bag behind a tree because it’s too big to pass security? Pittsburgh City Paper wants to help make attending shows as comfortable as possible. So, […]
Like so many riverfront communities in the Pittsburgh region, McKees Rocks has seen its population and economy shrink since the borough’s industrial heyday. But lately, through partnerships with state and local officials as well as private businesses, this small community has been seeing a wide variety of new development projects take flight since the beginning […]
(Pittsburgh, PA) – The historic Roxian Theatre in McKees Rocks announces its Grand Opening events with marquee national acts and community fanfare. The first installments of the series have been announced, with more to come: Friday, May 10th – The New Mastersounds – Internationally-acclaimed funk quartet – Free Show, Open House Sunday, May 12th – […]
(Pittsburgh, PA) – Lawrenceville’s historic Thunderbird Cafe is celebrating its highly-anticipated re-opening with a series of events this Spring! The newest configuration of the building has been in the works for some time. The Thunderbird was purchased by John and Ami Pergal, from Frank Michalski, in 2000. Shortly afterwards, the neighborhood bar underwent its initial […]
“Lawrenceville’s Thunderbird Café & Music Hall is getting ready to reopen after two-and-a-half years of renovations. The historic Pittsburgh hotspot will celebrate its comeback with a series of events this spring. On Apr. 6, Sunsquabi, a Denver-based jamtronica act, will christen the new Music Hall stage. Neyla Pekarek, formerly of The Lumineers, will perform there on Apr. […]
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There is a FREE parking lot behind Roxian Theatre on Furnace Street Extension and ample free street parking on Chartiers Avenue.