Bring on the outdoor festival season! With that being said, June features a diverse list of events: Three Rivers Arts Fest, World Refugee Day, Ales for Tails, and more. Go outside and enjoy our awesome Pittsburgh events!

Pizza on the Porch

6/6 | Tree Pittsburgh | 32 62nd Street

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Enjoy a slice or two! The summer dinner series kicks off with a night of delicious pizza from Woodfired Flatbreads, Penn Brewery beer, and live music from Her Ladyship. The Tree Pittsburgh event takes place at the new environmental campus on the banks of the Allegheny River. Attention Adults! Check out the drinks from Few Bad Apples Cider. $5-$70

Three Rivers Arts Festival

6/7-6/16 | Point State Park

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You know it’s summer when the Three Rivers Arts Fest begins. The fest is celebrating 60 years of free art and music. It’s always a great opportunity to discover new artists–Gateway Center and Point State Park will be packed with local artists showcasing their work. Here’s a link to the entire schedule of events!

Pittsburgh Pride

6/1-6/9 | Andy Warhol Bridge + Ft. Duquesne Blvd

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This year’s Pride will take place at the Andy Warhol Bridge and Ft. Duquesne Blvd. The lineup is pretty solid, with alt rock act Walk the Moon performing June 7th, along with Toni Braxton headlining on June 8th. Rina Sawayama closes out the fest on June 9th. Check out over 175 vendors, food, and three stages. #WeAreOne The festival itself is free. Shows are $39

Yoga on the Roof

6/8, 10am-12pm | Rose Savasana – Harris Grill

Enjoy National Rose Day with a 60 min all levels yoga class on the roof of the Harris Grill downtown. After class sample 9 rose tastings flights in the rose room. Rose Day should be everyday! $25


6/19, 12:30-4pm | Heinz Field UPMC Clubhouse

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Remember how awesome it used to feel riding a bike in the summer when you were a kid? This is your chance to help give that memory by building-a-bike for children who need them. Come out and volunteer with the United Way of Southwestern PA. As their website says, “assembly, inspired.”

World Refugee Day

6/21, 11am-2pm | Market Square

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Celebrate World Refugee Day in Market Square! The event includes performances, speakers, multicultural food, craft stands, children’s activities, and more. Learn about refugees and immigrants in our city. Free!

Third Thursday: Block Party

6/20, 8pm-11pm | Carnegie Museum of Art

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Mark your calendars, specifically the Third Thursday. Create tote bags, discover Wilkinsburg art, connect with creators, jam to a live steelpan performance from Barrels to Beethoven, and dance to the live DJ. Block Parties rule! Adults $10 ($15 at door) Students $5 ($10 at door) Members: Free

Fiesta Di Limoncello

6/22, 1pm-4pm | Vallozzi’s

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Why go to Italy when you can go to Vallozzi’s! As their website says,“Vallozzi’s transforms into a breezy scene from the Amalfi Coast.” Your ticket includes entry, Limoncello tastings throughout the day, Amalfi Coast street food, Vallozzi’s famous pizza, citrus inspired sweets, two specialty cocktails, and more. Attire: beach chic with a lemon twist. $75

Pittsburgh All-Star Craft Beer, Wine, and Cocktail Festival

6/29 | PNC Park

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The All-Star event is a cool way to enjoy PNC Park like never before. There will be over 250 craft beers and wines to sample. You can also walk the bases and get a professional photo in the Pirates dugout! The party stretches outside too–Federal Street includes live DJ’s and bands. Play ball! $44 General Admission, $59 VIP, $79 Ultra-VIP, $24 Designated Driver

Ales for Tails

6/30, 1pm-5pm | Southern Tier Brewing Co.

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Help feed and care for animals in need! It’s simple: go to the brewery between 1pm-5pm and buy some drinks, food, or merch. Southern Tier Brewing Co. will donate 15% of their sales during that time to the Pennsylvania Veterinary Foundation.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Josh McCann

Josh has been writing for Made in PGH since 2018, where he writes about upcoming events. He’s a Point Park University graduate and teaches high school English. In his free time you’ll find him playing guitar and writing new songs.

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