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We’re already into February, Pittsburgh! We’ve got lots to do this weekend, including a Penguins game versus one of their rivals, an alternative to the Super Bowl, a country singer and more. Whatever you choose to get into, we hope it’s a Pittsburgh Beautiful weekend! Here’s our weekly list of things to do in Pittsburgh!
Friday Feb. 2nd
Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Washington Capitals
The rivalry continues, just when the Pens have gotten into a set routine. Enjoy the Pens and Caps Friday evening at PPG Paints at 7 p.m. More information on the game HERE.
North Side Mardi Gras Celebration
Mardi Gras is actually Tuesday Feb. 13th, but the North Side is celebrating for two weeks. Enjoy 30+ restaurants, bars and businesses with live entertainment and New Orleans-inspired food. This is Pittsburgh’s only neighborhood-wide Mardi Gras celebration. More information on the celebration can be found HERE.
Saturday Feb. 3rd
Yoga Benefitting Hungry Hippo’s Pet Food Pantry
Head to Petagogy in Shadyside for a 9 a.m. one-hour class. The $10 class will benefit Hungry Hippo’s Pet Food Pantry, a program of Biggie’s Bullies. Participants will receive a $5 coupon for a purchase at Petagogy. Guests are asked to bring their own yoga mat. More information on the class click HERE.
Chase Rice: Lambs & Lions Tour
This all ages, general admission concert featuring country singer Chase Rice is at Stage AE beginning at 7 p.m. More information on the show can be found HERE.
Sunday Feb. 4th
WYEP’s Alternative Souper Bowl
Still salty about the Steelers missing it this year? This event will put that anger to a good cause. The 19th Annual Alternative Souper Bowl is a free afternoon of live music at the Carnegie Library in Oakland. Guests are invited to bring non-perishable food and household items for donations to HEARTH. HEARTH gives shelter to homeless families and those leaving domestic violence situations. More information on the event can be found HERE.
Watch the Super Bowl
If you’re at peace with the Steelers’ divisional playoff loss, settle in to watch the Super Bowl at 6:30 p.m. Justin Timberlake is performing at halftime, Pink will be doing the National Anthem and This is Us grabbed the coveted post-game TV show slot. More information can be found HERE.