Ah, Pittsburgh in January. If you have the winter blues, never fear! We have some great ideas for you to make this weekend the best yet. Here is a list of what to do in Pittsburgh this weekend!
Friday Jan. 20th
This free quarterly event brought to you by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust brings patrons to galleries and art spaces. The event from 5:30-10 p.m. will be at the Trust Arts Education Center on Liberty Ave. FREE, for more information on the gallery crawl CLICK HERE.
Enjoy this Friday evening event at PPG Paints Arena where 10 of Christian music’s best and brightest musicians will display their music. There will be American Idol finalist Colton Dixon and even a special appearance from Duck Dynasty’s Sadie Robertson. $10, for more information on the event click HERE.
Saturday Jan. 21st
Women’s March on Pittsburgh
At the same time as the Women’s March on Washington, the sister march in Pittsburgh hopes to send a message to the new administration on their first day in office. They want those leaders to know that women’s rights are human rights. FREE, for more information on the march click HERE.
Yes, you read that right! This charity event benefits the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh. The popular Japanese sport will be at Stage AE Saturday night at 7 p.m. The Young Presidents Organization, sponsoring the event, is a global network of young executives. USA Sumo will also be sponsoring the event. $20-$100, for more information on the match click HERE.
Sunday Jan. 22nd
6th Annual Pittsburgh Yoga Expo
Celebrate mindfulness and wellness in Pittsburgh with the annual yoga expo at the Pittsburgh Opera. Everyone that comes by will get a free swag bag and special deals from your local yoga studios. There will even be chair massages! $30-$45, for more information on the expo click HERE.
If you’re feeling a little nostalgic, you’ll want to go to the Byham Sunday evening. This theatrical musical event takes guests through 30 years of the greatest music of all time. Wind your way through the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s as you watch videos from American culture and enjoy a concert style lighting show. $46.75-$51.75, for more information on the show click HERE.
Check back every week as we show you what to do in Pittsburgh!