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  • Posted on 2023-04-05

    We’re excited to announce the first show in the Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Summer Concert Series at Peoples Natural Gas Park: The Hypochondriacs, featuring special guest Screech Owl!

    The Hypochondriacs have a fresh and raw take to a standard genre, profoundly influenced by early rockabilly, a taste of 60’s doo-wop & 70’s folk-rock.

    Hailing from New Brunswick, Canada, the band has performed at major festivals like SXSW, Breakout West & Harvest Music Festival, and is on the bill for this year’s Red Wind Roots Music Festival in June. They’ve opened for Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real, Corb Lund & Trooper, and The Reverend Horton Heat to name a few.

    Johnstown’s own Screech Owl will open up the free show, which is set for July 1 at Peoples Natural Gas Park.

    More great show announcements to come — stay tuned!

  • Posted on 2023-04-01

    We’re pleased to announce that hard tickets to the festival can be purchased at events presented by The Parking Pad, which presents a year-long season of live music at multiple venues in the Dormont borough of Pittsburgh. You can can purchase your 2-day passes at one of these upcoming events:

    April 8, 8:00 pm at the Hollywood Theater: Samjamwich: Dead Side of the Peach

    April 29, 7:00 pm at The Parking Pad (1516 Hillsdale Ave.): Koz

    May 6, 3:00 pm, “Party in the Park” at Hillsdale Park*: Matt Tichon Band and Craig Veltri

    June 3, 7:00 pm at The Parking Pad (1516 Hillsdale Ave.): Shelf Life String Band

    June 10, 3:00 pm, “Party in the Park” at Hillsdale Park*: Essential Machine and Noah Goisse

    July 15, 3:00 pm, “Party in the Park” at Hillsdale Park*: Barnacle Feet and Orion

    July 26, 7:00 pm at The Parking Pad (1516 Hillsdale Ave.): Dirty Old Mill

    *in partnership with Dormont Community Development Corp., Gold Mountain Music, and Back Alley Brewing

    Get tickets to any Parking Pad event below.


  • Posted on 2023-03-15

    Festival favorite Tab Benoit returns to Peoples Natural Gas Park on July 8 to headline the Sip, Rock & Duck Drop, a benefit for the St. Vincent DePaul Family Soup Kitchen! Get your tickets now — it’ll be a great time for a great cause. Tickets are $20 in advance, or $25 at the gate.


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