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Three Rivers Arts Festival 2019

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Watch: The Best of Three Rivers Arts Festival

The 60th Three Rivers Arts Festival is history, but you can still soak in the memories of the music, art and food.

Artist Invites Public to Add to Time Capsule at Arts Festival

Toby Fraley’s love for historical photos inspired him to take the next step for Pittsburgh’s future.

One Person's Flip Flop is Another One's Art

Ocean Sole Africa’s mission is to reduce pollution and waste by collecting flip flops from the ocean and making them into art.

Things We Love — Three Rivers Arts Festival Edition

HOME editor Jessica Sinichak shares her favorite, locally made decorative items from the show.

Challenge Yourself: Use What You Have to Make Something New

Visit Reuse-a-Palooza at the Arts Festival to see where your creativity leads you and help the environment in the process.

Local Artists Bring Much More than Canvases

At the Three Rivers Arts Festival, local artists and artisans are around every corner — with a diverse range of one-of-a-kind offerings.

Don’t Forget to Stop at the Exhibit that Started It All

The Three Rivers Arts Festival Juried Visual Art Exhibition at the Trust Arts Education Center offers many thoughtful pieces you don’t want to miss.

Is the Arts Festival Cursed with Rain? You Decide.

With the start of the Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburghers are asking the annual question: Is it going to rain at the festival again this year?

Photo Essay: 2019 Three Rivers Arts Festival

Thousands turned out for the first Saturday of the Three Rivers Arts Festival and were rewarded with sunny skies and warm temperatures. If you haven't made it there yet, see what you've been missing.

Our Favorite Events and Experiences at the 2019 Three Rivers Arts Festival

A pick — and another one — for every day of the festival's 60th year.

Who Are the Headliners at the 2019 Three Rivers Arts Festival

All of the performances at the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, which runs June 7-16, are free.
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