This is your chance to see some of the best local music, all in one day! The 6th Annual Indie Rock Fest takes place at the Thunderbird Cafe & Music Hall on November 12th. The event supports local music, with 100% of admission cost going to the artists performing!

The fest began in 2016, growing in popularity each year. Hosted by Jeremy Caywood, the show starts at 4pm (doors open at 3pm). Here’s a preview of the acts hitting the stage!

Old Neon will be sure to put on a great show! Get ready for a sing along chorus to their song “Natalie”. It’s a very fun show–the lyrics will get you in a good way.

Neo-soul act Sierra Sellers brings her blend of pop dance music and horns! The singer/songwriter’s new song “Honey” is destined for dancefloors!   

Indie rock four-piece Standard Broadcast has a unique sound, featuring a cello and piano. Their new single “I meant what I said” is upbeat piano rock with a cool groove! 

Pop-rock band SUREFIRE will get the crowd going! Their song “Kiss Me Hard” has a buildup of acoustic guitars to pounding drums and soaring melodic vocals.  

The awesome lineup includes Hearken, which has engaging vocals and guitar rhythms with drum build ups that make for a fantastic rock show. The band Bleepy Things have a great pop punk dance vibe complete with synths. Alt-Folk-singer-songwriter Mirabelle Skipworth & The Brink Of will showcase brilliant lyrics and passionate melodies. The very talented acoustic folk rock act Jess Klein and The Good Time will provide some alternative awkward fun!

The event is 18+, tickets are $15. Click here for more info and tickets

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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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