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Comcast Main Stage | Ft. Duquesne Boulevard at Ninth Street
This stage is going to be the place to be for exciting entertainment culminating with national recording artist Andy Grammer. With hits like: “Fine By Me, ”Honey, I’m Good,” “Keep Your Head Up,””Fresh Eyes,” and the new hit “Give Love,” just to name a few – everyone will be singing along to the good time vibes of Andy and his band. Two of Pittsburgh’s hottest local acts will round out the night. You won’t want to miss the rock ‘n roll of Meeting of Important People who have been featured on numerous national TV shows, as well as JD Eicher who features personal songs of love, hope and acceptance. This stage will also offer an excellent view of the BNY Mellon Fireworks Finale.
BNY Mellon New Music Stage | Ft. Duquesne Boulevard at Sixth Street
This is the stage to pay attention to if you want to catch some amazing up-and-comers! With more than 24 million views of her fun, unique songs, Maggie Lindemann is best known for her hit “Pretty Girl.” Along with Maggie, you can catch some local Pittsburghers who are making quite a stir at clubs and festivals throughout the region, as well as opening for national touring acts. Don’t miss Emerson Jay’s catchy synth pop sensibilities and The Buckle Downs funky soul and rock.
Total Sports Rockin’ Blues Stage | Stanwix Street at Penn Avenue
If you love Steel Town Rock & Roll, then this is the stage for you! Featuring Pittsburgh iconic musicians Joe Grushecky, Jeff Jimmerson, and Lyndsey Smith and Soul Distribution. Stanwix Street will be a party all night long with bluesy rock, the Highmark Unity Tree Lighting, and food trucks!
EQT Jazzmasters Stage | EQT Plaza, 625 Liberty Avenue
Get your vibe on at the EQT Jazzmasters stage in EQT Plaza. This intimate venue is the perfect place on Comcast Light Up Night to enjoy world class jazz and is programmed in partnership with the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild. The incomparable Etta Cox, who has been named “Pittsburgh’s Best Jazz Vocalist” for the past 8 years will be leading the MCG Jazz All Stars through classic jazz, swing and contemporary favorites. The Django Festival All Stars emerged from New York City’s Django Reinhardt Festival and follow in the footsteps of 1930’s and 40’s Hot Jazz traditions, but move it forward with original, swinging compositions.traditions, but move it forward with original, swinging compositions.
6:00 p.m. | Django Festival All Stars
7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. | MCG Jazz All Stars featuring:
Tania Grubbs – vocals, Etta Cox – vocals, Cliff Barnes – piano,
Paul Thompson – bass, James Johnson – drums, Jared Sims – saxophones