We compiled a list of great events to head to this weekend. Whether you want to see the circus, or do a little yoga there’s something for everyone on this list on another fun weekend in Pittsburgh.

Friday April 7th

Shrine Circus

what to do in Pittsburgh this weekend

The circus, something that is slowly becoming a thing of the past, is coming to PPG Paints Arena this weekend—so catch it before they’re gone! See exotic animals and acrobats, tricks and even have a treat or two. Friday’s show starts at 7 p.m. $14.25 per ticket, for more information on the circus click HERE. 

Beats, Pray, Love

what to do in Pittsburgh this weekend

Erin D. is back for another installment of the vinyasa practice set to hip-hop beats. The vibe is set with candles and hip-hop songs to move your body, open your heart and calm your mind. The fun starts at 7:30 at Amazing Yoga in Shadyside$25, for more information on the class click HERE. 

Saturday April 8th

Banff Film Festival

what to do in Pittsburgh this weekend

Get ready for a great adventure with the world tour of this big-screen expedition. Learn about remote cultures and get inspired by the outdoors. The exotic landscapes will be enough to ignite your traveling spirit. Tickets starting at $15, for more information on the festival click HERE.

Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves

what to do in Pittsburgh this weekend

It’s back to Pirates season! Head “dahn” PNC Park for Francisco Cervelli singing bobblehead night. The Buccos play the Braves at 7:05. Cross your fingers for good weather n’at! Tickets depend on seating, for more information on the game click HERE.

Sunday April 9th

50th Anniversary Ukrainian Easter Egg Sale

what to do in Pittsburgh this weekend

Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church will be hosting its 50th anniversary Ukrainian Easter egg sale. The event will feature over 1,200 Easter eggs. There will be basket raffles, woodworking, door prizes, a bake sale serving traditional Ukrainian foods and many more. Free, for more information on the event click HERE.

The Lost Art: Etiquette and Table Manners (ages 12-17)

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Treat your ‘tween or teen to the lost art of setting the table, what fork to use and how to eat certain tricky foods. Young adults will even learn how to calculate a tip and order food. Get your child ready to function socially in the real world! $25, for more information on the event click HERE.

When you are looking for what to do in Pittsburgh this weekend, look no further!

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