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Entertainment planner: June 13-26

Shirley McMarlin
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Keb’ Mo’
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Pat McAfee
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New Kids On The Block
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Off the Wall Party
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Jazz in the Garden
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Lauren Jenkins
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Sunset Tour

Thursday June 13

Annual Open Show reception, Latrobe Art Center. 724-537-7011 or

Fire & Grace & Ash, Chamber Music Pittsburgh event, Ace Hotel Pittsburgh, East Liberty. 412-634-4129 or

Friday June 14

Birds of Chicago, St. Clair Park, Greensburg.

“Celebration of Queer Cinema,” Row House Cinema, Lawrenceville. Through June 20. 412-904-3225 or

Off the Wall Party, Penn State New Kensington. 724-344-6056

Sunset Tour, Fort Ligonier. 724-238-9701 or

Saturday June 15

Michael Blackson, Pittsburgh Improv, Homestead. Also June 16. 412-462-5233 or

“A Sporting Vision: the Paul Mellon Collection of British Sporting Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts,” Frick Art Museum, Point Breeze. Through Sept. 8. 412-371-0600 or

Sunday June 16

Awake at Last, The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls, Millvale. 412-821-4447 or

Free Association Reading, with John Fried, Sheila L. Carter-Jones and James Tasillo, Alphabet City, Pittsburgh North Side. 4121-435-1110 or

Tuesday June 18

Bombadil, Club Cafe, Pittsburgh. 866-468-3401 or

“Hyronomous A. Frog — The Frog Prince,” Johnny Appleseed Children’s Theater, Apple Hill Playhouse, Delmont. Through June 27. 724-468-5050 or

Wednesday June 19

“Disney’s The Lion King Jr.,” Looking Glass Plays for Children, Little Lake Theatre, Canonsburg. Through July 6. 724-745-7300 or

“The Jacobites: History and Culture,” History Speaks Series with Thompson Highlanders, Bushy Run Battlefield, Penn Township. 724-527-5584 or

Thursday June 20

Jazz in the Garden, with Benny Benack Jr. and Benny Benack III, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Oakland. 412-651-5281 or

Keb’ Mo’, The Palace Theatre, Greensburg. 724-836-8000 or

Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival, multiple downtown Pittsburgh venues. Through June 23.

Friday June 21

Brian Genovesi, Moondog’s, Blawnox. 412-828-2040 or

The Gatlin Brothers, The Palace Theatre, Greensburg. 724-836-8000 or

Laurel Highlands Bluegrass Festival, Waterford, Ligonier Township. Also June 22.

Lauren Jenkins, Jergel’s Rhythm Grille, Warrendale. 724-799-8333 or

“Nat & Natalie: Unforgettable,” Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh. Through June 23. 412-392-4900 or

Pat McAfee, Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall, Munhall. 877-987-6487 or

Urban Garden Party: Solstice, Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh. 412-231-3169 or

Saturday June 22

“Blurred Reality,” group exhibition, You Are Here, Jeannette. Through Aug. 4. 724-578-3332 or

DVE Rocker, with The Clarks, Gathering Field, The Hawkeyes and others, Stage AE, Pittsburgh.

Outlaw Music Festival, featuring Willie Nelson, KeyBank Pavilion, Burgettstown.

Peter Noone and Herman’s Hermits, The Palace Theatre, Greensburg. 724-836-8000 or

A Toast to the Rat Pack and Marilyn, The Strand Theater, Zelienople. 724-742-0400 or

Sunday June 23

New Kids on the Block, PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh. 800-745-3000 or

Wednesday June 26

Mark Toland: Mind Reader, Liberty Magic, Pittsburgh. Through Aug. 4. 412-456-6666 or

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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