Pittsburgh Cultural Belief broadcasts changes to the Three Rivers Arts Competition to leisure
The plans for the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival in June have changed.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announced Wednesday that Point State Park will now have outdoor gigs, food vendors, and artist market stalls. Previously announced headliners of the Dollar Bank Main Stage will now perform in Point State Park. The move to the park replaces performances that were originally intended to take place at the Byham Theater. This way, attendees no longer need to reserve advance tickets or use the CLEAR Health Pass app.
In view of the lifting of capacity restrictions, advance reservations are no longer required for the artists’ market or the Riverside Stage in the Allegheny Overlook Pop-Up Park. However, masks are required for all festival goers in all locations, both indoors and outdoors. All staff, volunteers and artists must use the CLEAR Health Pass app before checking in to the festival each day.
Virtual events will remain part of the festival, which will run from June 4th to 6th and June 11th to 13th.