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Post Gazette Pavilion


One of the Pittsburgh area's most popular live entertainment venues, the Post-Gazette Pavilion is an open-air amphitheater located in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. With a capacity of over 23,000 (7,070 seats in the pavilion and 16,000 for lawn seating), the Post Gazette Pavilion features some of the biggest names in musical entertainment on its summer concert schedule - rain or shine!

**Scroll down for 2008 Concert Schedule**

Post-Gazette Pavilion
Rt 18 and Rt 22
Burgettstown, PA 15021
724 947-7400


Tickets for concerts, shows and other events at the Post Gazette Pavilion can be purchased online at LiveNation.com and Ticketmaster.com. Charge by phone at (412) 323-1919. Tickets can also be purchased at Ticketmaster Outlets, including select Giant Eagle locations, and on the night of the show at the Pavilion's box office (providing the show isn't previously sold out).

Food & Drinks:

Guests can bring their own small food items, packed in a 1-gallon clear plastic baggie. The only beverage you can bring in with you is a single sealed 20-oz. bottle of water. Tailgating is permitted in the parking lot, but no glass bottles. Several food courts within the pavilion offer a wide variety of fast foods, beverages and specialty snacks. Favorites include Primanti Brothers, Benkovitz Seafood, Starbucks and Domino's Pizza. Beer, wine and mixed drinks are served with proper ID.

Things You Shouldn't Bring:

Glass bottles, umbrellas, strollers, key clasps, wallet chains, pocket knives, posters, skates, skateboards, camcorders, audio equipment, laser pens, fireworks and large bags and purses are NOT permitted into the Post Gazette Pavilion at any time. Non-professional cameras and blankets may or may not be permitted - at the request of the specific artist.
You can bring your own "beach style" lawn chair (seat can be no higher than 9" off the ground) into the Post Gazette Pavilion. Special lawn chairs are also available for rental at the pavilion for the pretty reasonable fee of $5.00.


Well-lit parking lots located adjacent to the Pavilion offer secure parking for a $10.00 fee per car ($12 for festival shows). Premier parking, close to the entrance at the East Gate, offers a quick getaway after the show, and can be purchased online in advance for $22. Parking lots generally open two hours before the show, with the Pavilion gates opened one hour before showtime.

Post Gazette Pavilion Roundtrip Bus Service:

Roundtrip transportation to the Post Gazette Pavilion from various Pittsburgh area locations is available through Lenzner Coach Lines. Pick-up locations include:
  • North Hills (Best Buy, 4801 McKnight Rd)
  • Station Square (Hard Rock Cafe)
  • Monroeville Mall (at the PAT bus stop near Firestone)
  • Waterworks Mall (parking lot near Dingbats)
  • North Huntington (Eat 'n Park)
  • Robinson Town Center (Best Buy)
  • Westmoreland Mall (Eat 'n Park)
Ticket price is $16.10 ($13 plus $3.10 service charge) for the roundtrip bus service. Bus tickets go on sale when the show goes on sale and are available at Ticketmaster Outlets or on-line. The departure time will be printed on your ticket but, in general, the buses depart for the Post Gazette Pavilion about 2 to 2 1/2 hours prior to the concert.


The Post Gazette Pavilion is located about 25 miles due west of downtown Pittsburgh at the intersection of Route 22/30 west and Route 18 south in Burgettstown, PA. See Mapquest directions for a map and driving directions from your area.

Post Gazette Summer Concert Schedule 2008:

A variety of great acts are performing at the Post Gazette Pavilion for 2008, including Brooks & Dunn, Jimmy Buffett, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, the Police, Rush, and many more! Concerts at the Post-Gazette Pavilion generally run May through September.

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