It's Time to Celebrate Festivus in Pittsburgh
You can mark the holiday, made famous by “Seinfeld,” at an event at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Known as “A Festivus for the rest of us,” the holiday parody made famous in the classic Seinfeld episode “The Strike” is normally celebrated on Dec. 23.
In Pittsburgh, the celebration comes a month early, from 8 to 11 p.m. on Thursday at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Oakland.
Rick Sebak will serve as the Head of the Household, presiding over such traditions as dancing around the Festivus pole, the airing of grievances and the Festivus Feats of Strength.
For those of you in need of a Festivus refresher..
Order tickets online here for $10 (or pay $15 at the door).