Monday, October 31st, 2016
OUTrageous Bingo proved to be a night full of surprises. The event, which always sells out, has been held monthly, since the ’90s and supports the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Pittsburgh. There were tons of fun Halloween costumes, lots of prizes to be won, and baked goods for sale. It was amazing to see such a diverse crowd, with people of all ages, getting together to have a good time. Performing hit songs like “I Need a Hero” and “Blown Away,” drag queens and kings created a spectacular interactive performance that kept everyone singing along to their favorite tunes!
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
Thrival Festival returned to Pittsburgh this past weekend, and as always, it was quite the event. Continuing to highlight Pittsburgh’s roots in the steel industry with their venue choices, Thrival was held at Homestead’s Carrie Furnace, a site made up of the remains of the former Homestead Steel Works.
Tuesday, August 30th, 2016
On Saturday, September 27th, the Sonic Unrest Tour rolled through Pittsburgh and stopped to play at Mr. Smalls Theatre. The tour lineup featured Toothgrinder, Chon, Sikth, with Periphery as the headliner. Periphery is a progressive metal band hailing from Washington D.C. and is known as a pioneer of the “djent” movement within progressive metal. This particular tour was to promote the band’s new album Periphery III: Select Difficulty.
Wednesday, July 13th, 2016
ShowClix was built by fans of live events, so it should come as no surprise that we get out there and enjoy as many live experiences as we can. From time to time, we’re asking our team members to share stories from their favorite events right here on the ShowClix Blog. Welcome to the ShowClix Fan Journal!