Photo by PB Reader Samantha Bohon

Happy Memorial Day weekend! We’ve got an extra day of fun activities for you this week. We hope you enjoy the unofficial summer kickoff weekend, however you choose to spend it!

Friday May 24th

Dear Evan Hansen

Things to do in Pittsburgh

The 6-time Tony Award winner will be at Heinz Hall through the weekend. For more information on the show, click HERE.

Haunted Pittsburgh Downtown Walking Tour

Things to do in Pittsburgh

If you have guests in town for the long weekend, you’ll want to check out this creepy walking ghost tour that starts at the City-County Building and runs about an hour and 20 minutes. For more information on the walking tour, click HERE.

Saturday May 25th

Open Streets PGH

Things to do in Pittsburgh

Roads will be car-free on 4.4 miles of course around the Pittsburgh area. Pick your motorless mode of transport and get to it—fitness classes will be available to try out along the route. For more information on the event, click HERE.

Sunday May 26th

Hozier: Wasteland Baby! Tour

Things to do in Pittsburgh

The Irish singer behind the hit “Take Me to Church” and 2015 Grammy nominated Hozier comes to the Benedum Center for a concert. For more information on the concert, click HERE.

Washington Antiques Fair

Things to do in Pittsburgh

The 41st season of The Washington Antiques Fair is held at Washington Wild Things Park in Washington, PA. Shop the aisles for unusual trinkets and items. For more information on the fair, click HERE.

Monday May 27th

Trust Inc.’s Annual Memorial Day Celebration

Things to do in Pittsburgh

This free rain or shine event at Soldiers and Sailors Hall honors those who have served our country. The day includes family-friendly activities like face painting and a bouncy house and lots of barbecue. For more information on the celebration, click HERE.

Memorial Day Flag Folding

Things to do in Pittsburgh

Visit the Heinz History Center for a special Memorial Day flag folding ceremony with a moment of silence and the National Anthem. For more information on the flag folding, click HERE.

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