Tickets & Events

  • February 25

    Stand Up For Giving: Make Pittsburgh Laugh Again

    Mix and mingle with Pittsburgh's finest young adults and enjoy the comedic stylings of Noah Gardenswartz! YAD invites Jewish and non-Jewish adults ages 21–45 to the enjoy an evening of laughter and philanthropy!

  • KST Presents

    March 3 | 8-9p

    Hepner & Ross: Intersection*ology

    Working at the intersection between art, gender and technology, artists Lori Hepner and Kendra Ross utilize light, sound, movement and image to situate memories of the feminine past into today’s corporeality.

  • KST Presents

    March 3 | 8:30 am- Noon

    Rise & Shine – A Breakfast with Sunstars

    This year’s SUNSTAR is a celebration of the many dynamic, unstoppable women and femmes who build community through creative and artistic endeavors that unite us all and create opportunity for others.

  • March 4, 2017 | 8 PM

    The Mask and Wig Club of the University of Pennsylvania Presents “ No Place like Rome”

    The Mask and Wig Club, founded in 1889, is the nation’s oldest all-male collegiate musical comedy troupe. Created as an alternative to the existing theatrical and dramatic outlets at Penn, Mask and Wig has presented comedy, music, and dancing to audiences across the country while upholding its credo "Justice to the stage; credit to the University."

  • March 5


    Join Flamenco Pittsburgh for an unforgettable time of music, dance, singing, food, wine, and friends, all sharing the rhythms of Flamenco.

  • March 10 | 7:30 pm

    Kente Arts Alliance Presents “Whitfield Family Band” & “Mark Strickland Quartet”

    Considered the Best Guitarist in the Business by NYT, Mark Whitfield has collaborated with such notables as Art Blakey, Dizzy Gillespie, Gladys Knight, and Wynton Marsalis. He credits George Benson as being his greatest teacher and mentor. In this Pittsburgh engagement, he will perform with the The Whitfield Family Band which includes his two sons: Grammy nominated drummer, Mark Whitfield, Jr. and paints Davis Whitfield.

  • March 25

    José Can Speak

    Written and directed by Linda Nives-Powell, award-winning writer of Yo Soy Latina!, the monologues in José Can Speak explore the lives and relationships of Latino men. Inspired by real people, the monologues in José Can Speak range from comical to serious and explore a variety of topics. From the war in Iraq, to the guy at the Copa looking for love, or the gay Latino who marries a woman to get his father off his back. Performed as a series of colorful and diverse monologues, this show will entertain, educate, and provoke insightful thought about what truly resides in the heart of a Latino man as told by the Latinas.

  • KST Presents

    April 7 | 9p - 12a

    First Friday – Reggae Roots Dance Party

    Dance the night away as KST transforms its lobby into a Jamaican dance hall filled with your favorite new and old-school Reggae tunes, special performances, treats and more!

  • KST Presents

    April 22 | 11 AM- 2pm

    Let’s Move! Family Dance Party Spring 2017

    Grab your dancing shoes, your family, and join the fun at our summer dance party!

  • April 27

    #PGHYouthVision Town Hall & Display

    #PGHYouthVision is a platform to share youth perspectives about the future of our region with policy makers and organizers through a media campaign, data collection and the culminating town hall event on 4/27/17.

  • KST Presents

    May 12

    NewMoves Contemporary Dance Symposium

    newMoves celebrates rising talent and established artists alike, as local contemporary dancers and choreographers share the stage with visiting guest artists.

  • KST Presents

    June 3rd

    9th Annual Full Bloom: Summer Dance Party

    KST’s annual benefit bash is celebration of summer in the city! East Liberty heats up as crowds from all corners of the city converge for live performances, food and drinks, and a dance floor that’s home to the best movers and shakers in the city.