Music on the Mon brings free sequence of concert events and movies to SouthSide Works Music | this summer time Pittsburgh

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The SouthSide Works has teamed up with local producers and musicians to bring you a new outdoor social space for the summer. Located across from American Eagle’s headquarters, this new space is green with views of the Monongahela River and plenty of space for pop-up events. The program, entitled Music on the Mon, starts on July 2nd and takes place weekly every Friday at 7pm (with some Saturday dates).

Music on the Mon will feature local music acts like Danni Mashuda (Winslo6 Pgh), Century III, Hot Mass, Brittney Chantele and DJ Arie Cole. They also bring international acts like Mourning to the Pittsburgh stage [A] BLKstar, Kaleta and Super Yamba Band and Cimafunk.

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Brittney Chantele - PHOTO BY MIKE SCHWARZ

Photo by Mike Schwarz

Brittney Chantele

“In a way, it’s an amazing thing that the world suddenly opens up again and we as a group pick up right where we left off.” says Alex Bard, COO of Hearcorp, one of the organizers of the event. “”The difference this time around is that in SomeraRoad and CBRE we have an executive producer who sees the vision and has given us the leeway to bring our unique combination of connections, experience, style and aesthetics to the Music on the Mon series. We also have the support of URA in using their property as a location for this series, which means a lot – – An old mill location between the American Eagle HQ and the Hyatt Hotel. ”

The fun doesn’t just stop there. Music on Monday is only part of the series; There will also be films on Monday. From July 7th and throughout the summer on Wednesday evenings, Movies on the Mon will show films made in and around Pittsburgh. Food and drinks are definitely offered from local food trucks and pop-ups, as well as cocktails and beer from local vendors.

“When the property approached us about partnering with this project, the vision for the series really took shape,” says Bard. “We knew we wanted to highlight Pittsburgh’s unique and talented musicians. We also knew we wanted to bring in regional tour acts to add depth to the series. Based on our experience of providing technology for the drive-in movies at the Carrie Furnace site, we wanted to include movie nights with a focus on Pittsburgh as a nod to the city in the regular weekly program. It started there – as a conversation. ”

Outside there is café-style seating for participants. However, event attendees are also encouraged to bring blankets and social distance on the lawn.

Music on the schedule of Mon.
Fri July 2: Ferdinand The Bull and Bill Deasey
Fri. July 9th: Sound Girls presents Ladybeast, Century III and more tba
Saturday July 17th: Honky Tonk Jukebox with Jon Bindley and friends
Fri July 23: Joe Keyes and the Late Bloomers and TBD
Fri., July 30th: Misra Records Showcase (artist tbd)
Fri., August 6th: hot mass
Fri. August 13: Anbessa Orchestra and Big Blitz
Sat., Aug. 14: Squonk Opera
Fri., August 20: mourning [A] BLKstar, Brittney Chantele and Dj Arie Cole
Fri., August 27: Kaleta and Super Yamba Band with special guest The Flow Band
Saturday September 4th: Cimafunk with special guests Hugo Cruz and Caminos A full list of attendees will be updated on the Southside Works website.

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