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4 Pittsburgh Events not to Miss in September

Letís be honest, Summer is amazing, but it can be a little overrated, donít you think? This is especially true when you are dealing with a lively city like Pittsburgh. The Steel City features numerous exciting events all year round and the Fall season is no different. As such, our Pittsburgh transportation service has compiled a list of some exciting events scheduled to go down this month in Pittsburgh in the hopes that your summer bliss extends into the new season.

Also, consider employing the services of our Pittsburgh car service for all your transportation needs as you head to each one of these events. Enjoy a luxurious, hassle-free ride with the comfort that a professional is behind the wheel ready to transfer you to and from to any one of these amazing venues.

 

Millvale Days

This event is set to go down at the Borough of Millvale in Millvale from the 13th to the 15th of September. You can expect to enjoy delicious food courtesy of local food trucks, live musical performances from local artists including Jim Donovan and the Sun King Warriors, Wreck Loose, Andre Costello, and many more. There will also be a parade on the final day of the events starting at 11am; the parade will travel from North Avenue and down Grant Avenue, where it will come to an end. This yearís event will be a celebration of the townís 150th anniversary and is expected to be the biggest celebration yet.

 

The Great Race

This will be the 41st annual event of its kind. The Great Race is Scheduled for the 30th of September in Downtown Pittsburgh. The 5K run will kick off at 8am while the 10K run will kick off at 9am, so be there early if you donít want to miss out on any of the fun. Both the 10K and 5K courses are downhill races, which makes them easier on less experienced runners. The races will begin at Forbes Avenue, down along Fifth Avenue, Boulevard of the Allies, and end at Point State Park. The 10K course is a 6.2-mile stretch while the 5K is a less demanding 3.1-mile stretch.

 

Last Dance Party

The Last Dance Party is scheduled for the 15th of September at the Cruze Bar along Small Man Street. Pittsburgh Strip District has been undergoing some radical redevelopment lately and there are countless new possibilities to be explored. However, change is never easy and one unintended change that has taken place is the closure of one of the Steel Cityís LGBT-friendly clubs, the Cruze Bar. A building sale has been concluded and the barís space is set for demolition; as such, Cruze Bar will be hosting a dance party as a final hurrah. Hopefully, with all the new changes, the vibrant atmosphere the Cruz Bar brought to the Strip District will find a home in the new District. Only time will tell, but for now, go dance your night away.

Posted on Sep 12 2018

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