If you’ve just arrived or you’ve been living in Pittsburgh your whole life – you know March is a time to start getting out and letting that sunshine in. The harsh winter is starting to give way to spotty warm snaps and everyone is ready to come out of hibernation. Here are some must-see things to do this month.
BURNING BRIDGES COMEDY FESTIVAL
Four venues and 50 comedians from across the U.S. make up this festival’s line up. Enjoy a good laugh and check out some new talent at this event. Check out the locations and event times: burningbridgescomedyclub.com
An annual event benefiting the Quantum Theatre – this is a must-attend event. This year’s theme is –the enduring power of love. The night will feature food from Black Radish Kitchen, drinks and dancing at HIP one of the area’s hottest venues: quantumtheatre.com/q-ball
Enjoy a performance based on the life of Simon Wiesenthal who was a Holocaust survivor that was responsible for bringing more than 1,100 Nazi war criminals to justice. Performances will be held at the August Wilson Cultural Center. trustarts.org
KISS END OF THE ROAD TOUR
This is the end of an era and you don’t want to miss it. KISS has sold more than 100 million albums over their 45-year career. Visit uptown for their last tour and be a part of history. ppgpaintsarena.com
We hope you’ll find some time to get out and enjoy the city! With these tips, you’ll be able to experience all that the beginning of spring has to offer.