Happy weekend Pittsburgh! We have lots of fun things on tap this weekend. Now that the weather’s warmer, it’s Bike to Work Day on the 19th. There’s also an R. Kelly performance and a Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra show too.  Here’s our weekly list of things to do in Pittsburgh! We hope you have a Pittsburgh Beautiful weekend!

 

Friday May 19th

Bike to Work Day

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Bike to Work Day is today! Grab your bicycle and let the wind whip through your hair as you commute to work. don’t forget to wear your helmet! For more information on the event click HERE.

Simple Gifts

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Touching scenes from everyday life are told through marionettes. The show is set to music and is all about being human. This show is part of the Bridge Theater Series. For more information on the show click HERE.

Saturday May 20th

Move X Create

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This event includes a live podcast, music by DJ Swav Pav, a workout series, meditation and creative brainstorming. There will also be an interactive cocktail. Patrons should bring their yoga mat, paper, pens and a curious mind. $25, for more information on the event click HERE.

R. Kelly

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The famed R&B singer is at the Benedum Center singing all of his greatest hits. After 18 years of stardom, the multi-instrumentalist, producer and vocalist will be performing in the ‘burgh beginning at 8 p.m. For more information on the concert click HERE.

Sunday May 21st

We Built This City

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This giant cardboard construction site is an interactive performance where kids can build cities and towns themselves. Set to a rock soundtrack where Polyglot Theatre artists walk around on-site, this is one of the most fun projects you’ll want to head to in awhile. For more information on the performance, click HERE.

City of Bridges

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This free concert by the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra includes selections from Porgy and Bess, City of Bridges and Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 2, as well as Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5. Free, for more information on the concert click HERE.

There’s always a ton of things to do in Pittsburgh.  Check  back each week for more!

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