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It’s been a long time since we rock and rolled.
The good news: Concert announcements keep piling up, with many new shows added recently to the Pittsburgh area. Though, others were postponed or canceled.
September seems to be the unofficial return for indoor shows at Stage AE and Mr. Smalls Theatre, though PPG Paints Arena has an early August date with James Taylor, who originally was booked there the same week as Ringo Starr (who moved his whole tour to 2022.)
The Pavilion at Star Lake lists July shows.
Jergel’s Rhythm Grill has hosted a smattering of national acts the past few months, with a masks-upon-entry rule still in place.
These are topsy-turvy times, as we strive to emerge from a pandemic, so we’ll keep updating this list, but right now here are the concerts headed our way.
The Pavilion at Star Lake
July 7: Santana and Earth, Wind & Fire.
July 13: Megadeth and Lamb of God.
July 14: The Black Crowes.
July 15: Jimmy Buffett.
July 21: Chicago.
July 23: Backstreet Boys.
Aug. 25: Maroon 5.
Aug. 26: Kiss.
Aug. 27: Dave Matthews Band.
Sept. 1: Matchbox Twenty.
Sept. 4: The Doobie Brothers.
Sept. 24: Chris Stapleton.
PPG Paints Arena
Aug. 3: James Taylor and His All-Star Band.
Sept. 17: Dan + Shay.
Sept. 24: Celine Dion.
Oct. 8: Eric Church.
Oct. 9: Joe Rogan.
Oct. 14: Harry Styles.
Oct 22: Martin Lawrence.
Dec. 4: Andrea Bocelli.
Jan. 8: Kane Brown.
Jan. 22: The Weeknd.
Feb. 17: Reba.
June 18, 2022: Ringo Starr.
July 6, 2022: Roger Waters.
July 29, 2022: Rage Against The Machine.
Mr. Smalls Theatre
July 31: Paul Thorn.
Aug. 15: Between The Buried And Me.
Sept. 5: Waxahatchee.
Sept. 10: Dinosaur Jr.
Sept. 29: Julien Baker.
Oct. 13: Black Pumas.
Oct. 19: Lucero.
Nov. 2: Los Lobos.
Nov. 4: Nada Surf.
Nov. 20: Murder by Death.
Dec. 11: All Them Witches.
Sept. 11: Parkway Drive.
Sept. 24: Dance Gavin Dance.
Oct. 2: Mt. Joy and Trampled by Turtles.
Oct. 18: Marc Rebillet.
Dec. 2: Neck Deep.
Other concert highlights:
UPMC Events Center, Moon Township: Brothers Osborne, Nov. 20; Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Dec. 7.
Roxian Theatre, McKees Rocks: Airborne Toxic Event, Oct. 16; Tommy Emmanuel, Dec. 10.
The Palace Theater, Greensburg: Al Stewart, Sept. 15; Neal McCoy, Oct. 17; Loverboy, Oct. 27;
Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall: Justin Hayward, Sept. 20; John Cusack live, Sept. 24; Allman Betts Band, Sept. 26; Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, Oct. 8; Christopher Cross, Oct. 10; Hot Tuna, Dec. 7.
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Jergel’s: Jack Russell’s Great White, June 3; Kip Winger acoustic, June 7; Faster Pussycat, July 7; Tab Benoit, Aug. 25; Fozzy, Sept. 12; Uncle Kracker, Oct. 7; Flock of Seagulls, Oct. 20; Kix, Dec. 4.
Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh: Deftones, Aug. 31; AJR, May 18, 2022.
Crafthouse Stage & Grill, Baldwin: Sponge, June 17; Albert Cummings, Sept. 7; Modern English, Sept. 14.
Starlight Drive-In, Butler: Kip Moore, May 28; The Clarks, June 5; Travis Tritt, June 25; Fitz & The Tantrums, July 7.
Scott Tady is the local Entertainment Reporter for The Beaver County Times and Ellwood City Ledger. He’s easy to reach at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter at @scotttady