The Park Stage, closest to the Family Activity area, will have musical acts all day long. Featuring the 339 House band: Jake Hanner, Patricia Imbrogno, Buck Chutz, Rich Kawood Greg Marchetti, Pete Freeman, Rocky Youhon, along with Chet Vincent, Molly Alphabet, Angela Autumn, Bryce Rabideau Shane McLaughlin Mac Inglis and more. You are solely responsible for your comments and by using TribLive. Parking will be a difficult but there is on-street parking and several lots on the North Side. Last year the event garnered 189 bands, and during its first year there were only 46 bands, said Cody Walters, co-founder of the event.
We reserve the right to edit a comment that is quoted or excerpted in an article. Plus special guests making their Honky-Tonk debut: Scott Roger Peterson, Lee Hintenlang and Jeffrey Betten. The event also featured more than 30 food trucks, arts and craft stands and activities for children. The shuttles also stop at or near the T stations on the North Shore. Parents are encouraged to create alongside their youngsters. Ben Soltesz, also a co-founder, said the festival provides a good time for everyone, and that artists and vendors have had nothing but praise in the past. Catch the 339 Band performing country hits new and old presented by Deutschtown Music Festival Pittsburgh's Northside and LiveburghstudioHosted by Jon Bindley of Bindley Hardware Co.
Volunteers from the Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse are on hand to assist. Joe Nadberazny, one of three members of , said this will be the groups third time performing at the festival. Now in its fifth year, the weekend will consist of 33 venues and 36 stages around several Northside neighborhoods including: Historic Deutschtown, Spring Garden and Troy Hill as well as Allegheny Commons East Park. There is a crossing guard at Cedar Avenue to Foreland Street. The Festival runs two free shuttle buses all day on Saturday July 14th.
Last year, Nadberazny said the band was located at Allegheny City Brewing and about two thirds of the way through the show the brewery ran out of beer that was set aside for the festival. The 2017 Deutschtown Music Festival is a non-profit event sponsored by the Northside Leadership Conference. Other sponsors include First National Bank, One Northside, Highmark, Allegheny Health Network, Iron City Beer, Crown Royal, Rivers Casino and Auberle. We value thoughtful comments representing a range of views that make their point quickly and politely. Throughout the day and into the evening, two free shuttles with multiple stops in the Northside and North Shore will be available for the over 20,000 people who are expected to attend.
But these suggestions should be sent To avoid distracting other readers, we won't publish comments that suggest a correction. Friday and Saturday will be full-day events taking place across multiple outdoor and indoor stages. This unique, hands-on art activity is for everyone young and old. While most comments will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive, moderating decisions are subjective. Indoor print shop demonstrations and activities. Below is the schedule for Friday, July 8 and Saturday, July 9 performances.
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Two blocks of Foreland Street are closed to traffic during the Festival. They take their treasures to assembly tables where they can make anything they want, creating upcycled art. Family-friendly daytime activities will include face painting, balloon sculptor, bounce houses, the city Art Cart and more than 20 food trucks and vendors. They are either approved or deleted. With over 300 bands, seven outdoor stages, 26 indoor venues, and a beer garden, there is quite a variety of entertainment to experience with your friends and family. We make an effort to protect discussions from repeated comments either by the same reader or different readers We follow the same standards for taste as the daily newspaper. We do not edit comments.
Kids get to harness up and top rope the wall. Instead, corrections will be made in a blog post or in an article. When your sweet tooth kicks in, there are eight trucks serving up ice cream, sweets, and desserts. Our goal is to provide substantive commentary for a general readership. By screening submissions, we provide a space where readers can share intelligent and informed commentary that enhances the quality of our news and information. FamilyFunPittsburgh participated in this activity at other places and we highly recommend it. The Allegheny City Brewing chalkboard after running out of beer at the 2016 Deutschtown Music Festival.
There are performances by jazz, folk, blues, rock, bluegrass, and electronic music artists performing on outdoor stages and at indoor venues but there is so much more FamilyFun. You can start planning your Festival activities now by taking a look at the and the. Food trucks and Family Activities are only available on Saturday July 14th. The Deutschtown Music Festival has been eating magic beans. The award-winning, free, two-day festival has become the most significant local music event of the year.