Thursday, May 26, 2016

Plan Your Visits to the Three Rivers Arts Festival Ahead of Time

  The Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, a popular annual Pittsburgh event, runs for ten days this year starting on June 3. If you’re either a veteran Festival-goer or a newbie, it might be wise to plan your visits ahead of time to catch your favorite performers and events

The Festival’s new website is built to work on-the-go and always has the latest schedule info. With  it, you can sort events by genre or date, check the map, get walking directions and more.

It’s also advisable to stay connected via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for Festival updates.

No matter where you’re staying or where you live, there’s an easy, affordable, and environmentally-responsible way to commute to the Festival. Learn more about the Free Bike Valet supported by Colcom Foundation, public transportation options, and parking-made-easy with

Count on new amenities in 2016 that will enhance the Festival experience for all visitors - a sensory-friendly break area supported by Autism Connection, a climate-controlled comfort station for families including a semi-private feeding area, and more.

All aboard The Gateway Clipper Fleet’s QUEEN vessel for the 57th Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival Opening Night Party!

All-new this year, join the fun after work on Friday, June 3 for the Festival kick of - and the unofficial start of summer! Enjoy delicious appetizers, drinks, and live music by Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing prior to the Festival’s opening headliner, Michael Franti and Spearhead.

The Queen will be docked near Point State Park from 5 to 8 p.m.. Come and go as you please; the wristband issued to you at check-in gives you all-night access to the festivities.

Tickets are $35 and include:
 Admission to the party from 5 to 8 p.m.
Appetizers and one complimentary drink (cash bar following)
Entertainment featuring Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing
For tickets phone 412-456-6666 or visit

Please note: Children under three are not permitted; all children must have a ticket and be accompanied by an adult.
Accessibility: Wheelchair Seating

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