Here are 11 things to do this weekend in Pittsburgh:
The popular boy band O-Town will be performing Saturday at the Hard Rock Cafe at Station Square.
The event in the Strip District is back for its fifth year and takes place the second Sunday of every month through October. There will be food trucks, vendors, workshops and more.
Chris Jamison will perform at the South Park Amphitheater as part of the 2018 Allegheny County Summer Concert Series. There will also be food trucks and craft beer at the event.
This 21+ event at Spirit Hall in Lawrenceville will include a dance party, a cash bar with Prince-inspired cocktails, purple raspberry chocolates and Prince artwork on display. The doors open at 7 p.m. and the movie starts at 9 p.m.
The eighth annual Italian Heritage Day is happening this Sunday at Kennywood. The day includes food, entertainment and festivities.
Dollar Bank will have free movies in several Pittsburgh parks through Aug. 31.
Friday - "Wonderstruck" at Arsenal Park in Lawrenceville.
Saturday - "Wonderstruck" at Grandview Park in Mt. Washington and "Jumanji (2017)" at Riverview Park in Observatory Hill.
Sunday - "The Star" at Schenley Park at Schenley Plaza.
With the warmer months upon us, that means our favorite farmers' markets are back with fresh produce!
This family fun exhibit includes familiar faces such as Thomas, Percy and Gordon. Kids can learn the inner workings of an engine, take pictures with Thomas, use problem-solving skills to fit freight onto a train car and much more.
Boyce Park Wave Pool, North Park Swimming Pool, Settler Cabin Park Wave Pool & Dive Pool and South Park Wave Pool are now open through the summer.
The three-hour brewery tours are held every Saturday. There are tastings at three different breweries. Tours are $40.
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