Taco takeover amongst 5 enjoyable weekend actions in Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH, PA – If you’re looking for something to do by the time it comes to the beach, or if you’re bored of returning from there, here are some patch suggestions to get you out of the house this weekend bring to:

Twenty of Pittsburgh’s best food trucks will be on hand to offer their best tacos. But the family-friendly event also features live music, beer, tequila, margaritas, blast furnace tours, and more.

  • Steelers Festival, July 31, 10 am-5pm, Art Rooney Avenue, North Shore

No, it won’t be as fun as Cam Heyward sacked Raven quarterback Lamar Jackson during the regular season, but fans will have access to games and activities, prizes, a Steeline Drumline performance, and will be the first to hear the announcement the Hall of Honor Class 2021. Fans who want to attend the training camp training in Heinz Field at 1:30 p.m. need a mobile phone ticket to enter.

  • Berlin, July 30, 7:30 p.m., South Park Amphitheater

For 1980s kids who now have grandchildren, it is time to put down the sticks and try to dance to one of the most popular synth-pop bands of the era at the newest event in the Allegheny County Summer Concert Series. All three original members will be performing and you don’t have to worry about losing your whole Social Security check as the show is free.

This two day festival will feature acts such as Joanna Conner, Anthony Gomes, the Vanessa Collier Band, Billy Price Band, Jim Donovan and the Sun Kings Warriors and more. The event will benefit Band Together and the Autism Society of Pittsburgh.

Explore the original filming locations of the many blockbusters and independent films that were made in Pittsburgh, and learn about the history of the actual landmarks that appear in various movie scenes. The two hour tour and you will be walking about two miles so you probably won’t be ready for it if you go to the Berlin concert on Friday night.

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