The 2024 Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival is here! The annual event will be held in Downtown Pittsburgh in the Cultural District.

Enjoy 10 days of amazing art and music, May 31st – June 9th. This huge event is a great way to kick off your summer. As always, it’s free!

Featured Artists

Each year, the festival brings in an eclectic array of musical acts. You can check out the headlining acts at the Dollar Bank Main Stage (7:30pm – 9pm).

This year’s featured artists include:

  • Pokey LaFarge (May 31st)
  • Los Lonely Boys (June 1st)
  • Martha Redbone (June 2nd)
  • Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (June 3rd)
  • Nicole Zuraitis (June 4th)
  • Ozomatli (June 5th)
  • Say She She (June 6th)
  • Doom Flamingo (June 7th)
  • Sugarhill Gang & The Furious Five (June 8th)
  • Ben Folds (June 9th)

Local + National Acts

You’ll find so many awesome musical acts throughout the festival! Performances will be daily (12pm – 8pm). It’s a variety of genres, both local and national!

Some of the acts featured will be The Altons, Lizzie No, Trinity Wiseman, Pittsburgh Gospel Explosion, Jon Muq, Justin Fabus, and more!

Awesome Artwork

The Three Rivers Arts Festival always brings the best artwork, of course. There will be an amazing display of local, regional, and national artists.

The artist market is 12pm – 8pm daily. This also features exhibitions and film. Walk around and gaze at the artwork – something is sure to grab your attention!

Dance, Literary Art, + YaJagoff

Aside from the music and art, there are also so many cool things going on. Check out the TRAF dance battle as well as literary art workshops and readings.

In addition, YaJagoff will host their Late Night Podcast Live Recording, and there’s even more! Not to mention, really good food trucks and drinks will be at the festival each day. It’s all here!

Check out the full schedule and get more details from the TRAF website. See you there!

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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