August 9, 16, 23 at 7:30pm at The Highline

FREE and open to the public!

Come celebrate summer…

with some of Pittsburgh’s top musicians in a family-friendly riverfront setting at the Highline in Pittsburgh’s South Side.

There’s no need to register ahead—just bring some lawn chairs or blankets, enjoy 2 hours of free onsite parking, and come and go as you please. Make a day of it with drinks and food from Sly Fox Brewery and Restaurant and cocktails from De Fer. A perfectly Pittsburgh evening awaits.

This event is free and open to the public, with no advanced registration required. We’ll see you at the Highline!

Alejandro Pinzón Quintet

Tango and other Sensations

Tuesday, August 9 (raindate August 10)
free and open to the public • 7:30pm

Conductor, musician, and tango dancer Alejandro Pinzón performs an eclectic mix with a string quartet, featuring two members from the Grammy Award–winning Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Inspired by revolutionary tango composer Astor Piazzolla, this performance explores the dynamic range of moods embodied by tango through a combination of Piazzola’s works, Latin music, and contemporary compositions.

C Street Brass

Tuesday, August 16 (raindate August 17)
free and open to the public • 7:30pm

C Street Brass, a creative and bombastic brass quintet formed at Carnegie Mellon University, present a program guaranteed to get you grooving. Dedicated to all genres of dance music, the concert showcases the quintet’s wide range of musical styles, including jazz, tango, classical, and Broadway. Described by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Principal Trumpet player, George Vosburgh, as “the new sound, look, and feel of the modern brass quintet,” C Street is famous for their fresh approach to this chamber music staple.


Tuesday, August 23 (raindate 24)
free and open to the public • 7:30pm

“Musical polymath” INEZ brings her rich vocals and songwriting prowess to the Highline for a genre-bending concert. Blending R&B, soul, jazz, hip hop, and world music, INEZ shares her experiences in life and love. A proud Homewood resident and alumna of Berklee College of Music, INEZ was named Pittsburgh Music Artist of the Year for 2020 by 91.3 WYEP in honor of her recent solo album, Voicemails and Conversations. She hopes to continue using the full spectrum of her gifts to uplift, advocate, and create space for Black women and femmes.