Friday Jan. 6th

As always, we have comprised another great list of things to do in Pittsburgh this weekend.  See below for what is going on!

Free Good Fridays at the Warhol Museum

This is the time to check out the Warhol Museum—every Friday this month grants you free admission, a cash bar and tunes spun by DJ Huck Finn. The free Fridays typically bring out a young professional crowd, so this is a perfect opportunity to do some networking! FREE, for more information on the event click HERE. 

Pandemic vs. Dos Santos

Beat the Pittsburgh winter with this night of tropical music from Chicago’s Dos Santos. Their sound references the Andeas Mountain regions of Peru in the ’70s. They’ve performed on NPR’s Alt Latino and also performed last year at the Bayardstown Social Club in Pittsburgh. $10, for more information on the concert click HERE.

Saturday Jan. 7th

Pittsburgh Marathon Kick-Off Training Run

This free kickoff training event will start at 810 River Ave. Get ready for vendors with samples and free swag for you, gear for sale to wear during the marathon on May 7th and refreshments of course. The training run is held by the Steel City Road Runners and is offered in four, six or eight-mile increments and Galloway participants for five miles. FREE, for more information on the training run click HERE.

Food Truck-a-Palooza: Winter Edition

Get ready for the first EVER indoor food truck festival in the area! The Monroeville Convention Center will play host to over 20 food trucks, live music, a craft market and of course beer. Since the spring version drew thousands, it was inevitable that a winter food truck extravaganza had to be planned. $10, for more information click HERE.

Sunday Jan. 8th

Frigid Five-Miler

If the thought of running five miles through the frigid tundra that is Pittsburgh in January sounds fun to you, you’ll want to sign up for this race. Start time is 9 a.m. at the North Park Lodge and after those chilly five miles is a hot pancake breakfast. Sign us up! $25, for more information on the race click HERE.

The Bridal Experience 2017

This annual bridal expo is now in its 16th year. If you’re getting married soon, this is the place to be! Head to The Fez in Aliquippa from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. to meet with the finest and most reliable Pittsburgh wedding professionals in the area and get ready to start planning that wedding. $5 online, $10 at the door, for more information on the expo click HERE.

Remember to check weekly for another great list of things to do in Pittsburgh!

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