- Magician David Blaine Announces First-Ever North American Tour The 40-city tour makes a stop in Pittsburgh on Sunday, June 25th at the Byham Theater.
- Matchbox Twenty, Counting Crows Announce Pittsburgh Concert The tour comes to Pittsburgh on September 12th at KeyBank Pavilion.
- Hanson Announce Pittsburgh Concert Hanson will play Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall on Wednesday September 27th.
- Train to Replace OneRepublic at NHL Stadium Series Game OneRepublic will no longer perform at this weekend's NHL Stadium Series game at Heinz Field between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadephia Flyers, due to the illness of lead singer Ryan Tedder. Train will perform instead.
- OneRepublic to Headline NHL Stadium Series Game at Heinz Field On February 25th, the Pittsburgh Penguins take on the Philadelphia Flyers in an NHL Stadium Series game at Heinz Field. During the first intermission, OneRepublic will perform for the crowd.
- Lady Gaga Announces 'Joanne World Tour,' Pittsburgh Concert Following her Halftime Show performance at Super Bowl LI, Lady Gaga has announced the "Joanne World Tour."
- Kings of Leon Announce Additional 'Walls' Tour Dates, Including Pittsburgh Concert Coming off the first leg of their "Walls" tour, Kings of Leon have announced additional dates for the tour in support of their latest album, "Walls."
- The 1975 Announce Pittsburgh Concert The 30+ city tour comes to Pittsburgh's Stage AE on May 11th.
- Mumford & Sons Announce Pittsburgh Concert Mumford & Sons are headlining three special U.S. concerts this May. One of the shows will be held May 24th at KeyBank Pavilion.
- Train Announces Pittsburgh Concert Train's "Play That Song Tour," with special guests O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield, comes to Pittsburgh June 23rd at KeyBank Pavilion.
- U2 Announces Concert at Heinz Field U2 announced they’ll be returning to stadiums for “U2: The Joshua Tree Tour 2017,” including Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on June 7th.
- Mariah Carey Announces Pittsburgh Concert Lionel Richie and very special guest Mariah Carey will play 35 shows during their "All The Hits Tour," marking the first time they have toured together.