We’re wrapping up October with so many fun activities! There’s a Rocky Horror-themed pop-up bar, pooch parade, Dracula at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and so much more. Whatever you do, we hope you have a Pittsburgh Beautiful weekend! Here’s our weekly list of things to do in Pittsburgh.
Friday Oct. 27th
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Presents “Dracula”
PBT brings back the spooky tale based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Dubbed the “grandfather of vampire dramas,” the show includes levitation, pyrotechnics and more. For more information on the show, click HERE.
Rocky Horror Pop-Up Bar at Hotel Monaco
This pop-up will transform the Hotel Monaco into a Transylvanian paradise. Enjoy cocktails served in the Rocky Horror logo’s signature lips and campy names for them like “A Difference Set of Jaws,” made with Wigle Whiskey. The event runs through Oct. 28th from 5-11 p.m. For more information on the event click HERE.
Saturday Oct. 28th
The 11th Pittsburgh Vegan Festival
Held twice a year, the Pittsburgh Vegan Festival is a celebration of all things related to the diet choice. There will be a vegan trick-or-treat for kids and a vegan gingerbread house competition. There will be multiple food vendors on hand too. For more information on the festival click HERE.
Idlewild Park & Soak Zone Hallowboo Weekends!
Enjoy a kid-friendly Halloween event with trick-or-treating in Storybook Forest, costumed characters, a hay bale maze and more. Certain rides and concessions will be open. $29.99, for more information on the event click HERE.
Sunday Oct. 29th
Oms, Brews and Aroos
Head to Mindful Brewing Company for some beagles, down-dogging and pizza eating. There will be a 60-minute all-level yoga class, then pizza and beer. The event is sponsored by the Forever Home Beagle Rescue. $30, for more information on the event click HERE.
9th Annual MGA Pooch Parade
The Myasthenia Gravis Association of Western PA invites all dog lovers for a day that includes a one-mile fun walk on a paved trail, a costume contest and more. There will also be an “Ask the Vet” booth. $15-$35, for more information on the event click HERE.
As always, you can find plenty of Things to Do in Pittsburgh by clicking this link to our category.