Pittsburgh fall concert preview

Nothing is better than planning cute outfits, jamming with your friends, and seeing

some of your favorite artists on stage. Luckily a bunch of artists have recently

announced tours and a lot of them are coming to Pittsburgh! Check out the concerts

you can’t miss this fall:

 

Mac Miller:

Stage AE: September 18 th

For the second year in a row Mac Miller will be playing Stage AE following

the Steelers home opener. The Pittsburgh rapper is still touring in support of his

album GO:OD AM.

Thrival Music Festival:

Carrie Furnaces: September 23 rd and 24 th

This year’s Thrival festival is bringing in acts such as The Chainsmokers,

Chvrches, Ty Dolla $ign, and Daya. It’s going to be a must see event. (And we’ll be

there!)

Jason Aldean and Thomas Rhett:

First Niagara Pavilion: September 24th

The last show of the year out at First Niagara Pavillion, Jason Aldean and

opening act Thomas Rhett are sure to end the summer with a bang.

James Bay:

Stage AE: September 28 th

The “Let it Go” singer is bringing his first headlining tour to Pittsburgh in

support of his first studio album Chaos and the Calm.

Switchfoot and Relient K:

Stage AE: October 12 th

Alternative rock bands Switchfoot and Relient K are bringing their co-

headlining “Looking for America” tour to the indoor stage at Stage AE.

Charlie Puth:

Stage AE: October 19 th

Yet another artist touring his debut album, Charlie Puth is bringing his We

Don’t Talk tour to Pittsburgh.

The 1975:

Stage AE: October 31 st and November 1 st

You may not be able to spend Halloween seeing The 1975 considering their

first show sold out, but November 1 st is just as good right?

Troye Sivan:

Stage AE: November 4 th

Youtube star Troye Sivan brings his tour to Pittsburgh in support of his debut

studio album Blue Neighborhood. And if you needed yet another reason to attend

this concert, a portion of ticket sales will go to The Ally Coalition, supporting LGBTQ

causes and the fight against discrimination through education, awareness and

advocacy.

No matter what style of music you enjoy there is something for you this fall in

Pittsburgh. So buy your tickets, get your cutest outfit ready, and be prepared to

dance the night away. Hope to see you there!