Here’s how to spend a January jumping around Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH, PA – A disappointment after the holidays? Not in Pittsburgh. January is packed with concerts, live theater performances and, of course, the usual dinosaur attraction after the holidays.

Don’t let the winter weather keep you indoors. Go out and enjoy some of these events:

It’s a little early for Halloween, but the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust will be screening six classic and new horror films at the festival with a free screening of John Carptenter’s “The Thing” on January 1. The other films are “Hellbender”, “Night Drive”, “Eyes of Fire”, “Let the bad in” and “We all go to the World’s Fair”.

  • Oklahoma! January 4-9, Benedum Center, Downtown.

It’s Oklahoma! reimagined for the 21st century and winner of the Tony Award for Best
Cover of a musical. These aren’t your mom and dad’s Rodgers and Hammersteins.

This one-of-a-kind exhibit features lifelike, life-size dinosaurs that come to life with their realistic movements and roars. Discover the most popular dinosaurs – Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, Diplodocus, Velociraptor and explore recent discoveries with exciting finds.

Nine acres of recreational vehicles will be on display at the nation’s largest indoor recreational vehicle show. You will find light trailers, travel trailers, fifth wheel trailers, toy trailers, various motor homes and more.

This show parodies classic “Golden Girls” moments – with puppets. Get ready for an evening of cheesecake, laughs, jazzercise, epaulettes, sex, quick wit scolding.

Citizen Cope – also known as Clarence Greenwood – released seven studio vinyl records which won him a loyal following although he was never fully embraced by mainstream media.

and commercial radios. He brings his songs to Pittsburgh in one of the first concerts of the year.

Featuring one of the world’s oldest art forms – classical Chinese dance – along with patented interactive backgrounds and entirely original orchestral compositions, Shen Yun brings enchanting beauty and deep wisdom to life. of ancient China.

The 60th annual MaxMotive World of Wheels is a gathering place for car enthusiasts who want to enjoy a weekend full of all things custom cars.

Pink Floyd co-founder and drummer Nick Mason, Spandau Ballet guitarist Gary Kemp, longtime Pink Floyd touring bassist Guy Pratt, guitarist Lee Harris and keyboardist Dom Beken will put on a psychedelic Floydish show.

The synth pop group will be on tour to promote their 18th studio album, “The Neon”, released in 2020. Expect to hear new songs such as “Nerves of Steel”, “Hey Now (Think I Got A Feeling) “and” Fallen Angel “, as well as classic Erasure hits.

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