Last Minute Tickets in Pittsburgh: January 10-16

Try something new this year and make a resolution to see as many live shows as you can. Not only do you get to spend time out at the theater dressed in your best for an inspiring night, but you get to support many friends and neighbors who make their living in the arts. Remember, when you’re out seeing a show you’re not just supporting the performer but the entire staff that make these shows possible. 

Browse below and grab your last minute tickets for the next week of entertainment before they’re all sold out. We’re here to make sure you don’t spend this year at home on the couch!

Girl From the North Country

Benedum Center, January 9-14

Hear Bob Dylan’s music like you’ve never heard it before as you adventure alongside a group of wayward travelers in 1934 Minnesota. The Tony Award winning musical makes its stop in Pittsburgh to deliver its beautiful musical message of life and hope.

Moni Stephenson

Lounge at the Greer Cabaret, January 10

Vibe in the atmosphere of the beautiful Greer Cabaret with classic soothing jazz. Moni Stephenson takes the stage to give us a show of jazz standards and guilty pleasures featuring her special guest guitarist, Ian Arthurs.

Delana Flowers

Lounge at the Greer Cabaret, January 11

This duo is ready to be the soundtrack to your unwind. With everything from R&B and soul to standards and classics, you’re sure to snap, clap, and sway the night away with Delana and Mila. There’s nothing like the simplicity and intimacy of voice and guitar to set the mood.

Dave Hollister Matters Of The Heart Tour

City Winery, January 11

Contemporary R&B artist Dave Hollister, a veteran vocalist whose style is firmly rooted in gospel and soul tradition, established his career well before his membership in Teddy Riley’s Blackstreet. Now he brings his magnificent voice to City Winery for a night of music.

Pictures at an Exhibition

Heinz Hall, January 12-14

Journey down the museum corridor with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and hear the sounds of art in Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition. Yulianna Avdeeva returns with Prokofiev’s Third Piano Concerto, written to be reminiscent of the coastline of France, led by the debut of conductor Petr Popelka.

Wick Monet International Film Festival

Harris Theatre, January 13 

Instead of spending money to see another mass-release franchise film, support independent filmmakers from Western Pennsylvania and beyond at the Wick Monet International Film Festival. Split into three showing blocks, the festival is a beautiful education on international short films. 

Mike Tomaro Quintet

Lounge at the Greer Cabaret, January 16 

Performing original music from his new release, “4 Seasons,” Mike Tomaro has been the Director of Jazz Studies at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh since 1997. He now brings his own authentic touch to the Greer Cabaret with his upcoming performance.

Story by Kylie Thomas

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