Last Minute Tickets in Pittsburgh: February 28-March 5

In the heart of Pittsburgh’s vibrant cultural scene are artistic experiences waiting to be discovered by the adventurous and the spontaneous. If you’re craving an impromptu escape into the world of art, music, and theater, look no further. From captivating performances of national-hit musicals to thought-provoking classical music, the Steel City beckons with an array of last minute tickets just waiting to be claimed. All you have to do is take the initiative to click that “checkout” button and the gateway to unforgettable moments and enriching encounters is wide open. 

Oscar Nominated Shorts 

Harris Theater, February 28-March 7

Catch the best of short filmmaking in the last year as the Harris Theater presents a showcase of the 2024 Oscar-nominated shorts. Experience a diverse array of storytelling through entertaining animation, engaging live action, and thought-provoking documentaries.

The Book Of Mormon

Benedum Center, February 28-March 3

Catch the Tony Award-winning musical The Book Of Mormon written by South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker. With its clever humor, catchy tunes, and irreverent charm, this Broadway sensation follows two Mormon missionaries on the trip of their lives in Uganda.

Fearless: Yunchan Lim Plays Rachmaninoff

Heinz Hall, March 1-3

Gold-medal Olympian Pianist Yunchan Lim takes on powerful compositions with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Don’t miss Lim’s fearless interpretation of Rachmaninoff’s Second Piano Concerto followed by other selections from conductor Pablo Heras-Casado including Debussy and Manuel De Falla.

March Song Shop Concert

Blitz Opera Factory, March 2

Resident artists of the Pittsburgh Opera take the stage to present a free concert for the residents of Pittsburgh. Grab a group of friends and bring a small bite to eat as you listen to the artists’ showcase their favorite songs. 

Wayne Newton, Up Close And Personal

Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall, March 2

Listen to legendary entertainer Wayne Newton as he performs some of his favorite songs and shares his career story. He will also take questions from the audience and is sure to include as many people as he can in his show. 

Fat Ham

City Theater Mainstage, March 2-24

Shakespeare’s Hamlet gets an upgrade in this bold and inventive production. Fat Ham follows a queer, young Black man named Juicy who is haunted by the ghost of his father. His father demands that Juicy avenge his murder in this hilarious tragedy. 

The Center for Theater Arts’ One Night Only

Heinz Hall, March 2

Help the Center for Theater Arts’ in this benefit concert featuring current and past students in a variety of short musical and acting performances. Original Broadway cast member of Footloose, Jeremy Kushnier will also perform with other original cast members in support of the Center for Theater Arts.

Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE

Byham Theater, March 2

Immerse yourself in the artistry of New York dancers Ronald K. Brown and EVIDENCE in this production about the concepts of balance, equity, and fairness. Through powerful movement and evocative storytelling, this renowned dance company celebrates the rich tapestry of African culture.

Sound Fusion

Heinz Hall, March 5

Associate Conductor Jacob Joyce leads the Pittsburgh premiere of Mason Bates’ mixed-media concerto, Philharmonia Fantastique. This composition merges the creative brilliance of  distinguished American classics with the technological expertise of film and sound specialists. 

The Precipice Community Band

Lounge at the Greer Cabaret, March 5

Get ready to boogie in your seats along with this Caribbean-infused jazz and indie-pop band. The Precipice Community Band members Antonio Croes on piano and vocals, George Heid III on drums, and Ava Lintz on bass combine great American music with multicultural influences for something completely different.

Story by Kylie Thomas

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