Voodoo Brewery Homestead
Stock up on Pepto-Bismol now, because this free event is back for its fourth year of glorious food truckin'. Twenty of the city's most excellent on-the-go restaurants will be joining Voodoo Brewery to bring you some of your favorite mobile eats including Bluebird, Franktuary, PGH Sandwich Society, Oakmont BBQ, Doce Taqueria, and Millie's Ice Cream, just to name a few.
Cost: Free admission
April 6 - April 7
Bradys Run Park
Join the Beaver County Conservation District for an all-you-can-eat pancake (buttermilk AND buckwheat) breakfast bar with 100% pure Bradys Run Park maple syrup. After all, it's the 42nd Maple Syrup Festival and it would be wrong to NOT eat a ton of pancakes. After you gorge, take in some outdoor entertainment, handmade crafts, and pony rides.
Carnegie Music Hall of Oakland
Douse yourself with an extra dose of satire this spring. Humorist and author David Sedaris returns to Pittsburgh to bring the city another night of poignant comedy. Pulling from his unconventional upbringing in North Carolina, Sedaris brings a less-than-common wit and sense of observation to his comedy. His 2019 tour will be full of new stories and observations, followed by a book signing.
Carnegie Library Music Hall of Homestead
Unless you've been living under a rock with no Wi-Fi, you've likely heard of the breakout Netflix reboot of Queer Eye. The reality show's ensemble cast of remaking experts includes Jonathan Van Ness, hairstylist to the stars and one of the cast's most beloved members. With one show already sold out in Pittsburgh, Van Ness will be performing a second showing of Jonathan Van Ness: Road to Beijing, a stand-up comedy performance influenced by his lifelong hero Michelle Kwan.