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Plenty of Pittsburgh-area concerts on tap this summer

Jonna Miller
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Pittsburgh’s own Wiz Khalifa will perform July 20 at KeyBank Pavilion with with French Montana, Playboi Carti, Moneybagg Yo and more.
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New Kids on the Block
New Kids on the Block headline the Mixtape Tour, with a stop in Pittsburgh.

Think you missed all the music?

Garth, Ariana and The Who have moved on from Pittsburgh, but there are still plenty of great concerts to fill the rest of your summer.

Notable artists on area stages:

JUNE

• June 23 — New Kids on the Block, PPG Paints Arena

• June 28 — Zac Brown Band, KeyBank Pavilion

JULY

• July 2 — Peter Frampton Finale, Benedum Center

• July 5 — Get The Led Out, The Palace Theatre

• July 6 — blink-182 and Lil Wayne, KeyBank Pavilion

• July 7 — “Weird Al” Yankovic, Benedum Center

• July 10 — Shinedown, KeyBank Pavilion

• July 12 — Thomas Rhett, KeyBank Pavilion

• July 13 — 311 and Dirty Heads, KeyBank Pavilion

• July 19 — Alice Cooper and Halestorm, KeyBank Pavilion

• July 20 — Wiz Khalifa, KeyBank Pavilion

• July 21 — Hootie and the Blowfish, KeyBank Pavilion

• July 26 — Breaking Benjamin, KeyBank Pavilion

• July 27 — Dierks Bentley, KeyBank Pavilion

• July 27 — BJ Thomas, The Palace Theatre

• July 28 — John Mayer, PPG Paints Arena

• July 29 — Khalid, PPG Paints Arena

• July 31 — Queen and Adam Lambert, PPG Paints Arena

AUGUST

• Aug. 1 — Heart, KeyBank Pavilion

• Aug. 1 — Jeff Lynne’s ELO, PPG Paints Arena

• Aug. 2 — Florida Georgia Line, KeyBank Pavilion

• Aug. 2 — Happy Together, The Palace Theatre

• Aug. 6 — Shawn Mendes, PPG Paints Arena

• Aug. 7 — Train/Goo Goo Dolls, KeyBank Pavilion

• Aug. 8 — Nelly, TLC and Flo Rida, KeyBank Pavilion

• Aug. 10 — Chris Stapleton’s All American Road Show, KeyBank Pavilion

• Aug. 16 — Marilyn McCool & Billy Davis Jr., The Palace Theatre

• Aug. 17 — Iron Maiden, PPG Paints Arena

• Aug. 17 — Korn/Alice In Chains, KeyBank Pavilion

• Aug. 23 — Knotfest Roadshow, KeyBank Pavilion

• Aug. 24 — Chris Young, KeyBank Pavilion

• Aug. 31 — Brantley Gilbert, KeyBank Pavilion

SEPTEMBER

• Sept. 3 — Jonas Brothers, PPG Paints Arena

• Sept. 11 — ZZ Top, KeyBank Pavilion

• Sept. 14 — Backstreet Boys, PPG Paints Arena

• Sept. 14 — Jason Aldean, KeyBank Pavilion

• Sept. 15 — Frankie Avalon with guest Lou Christie, The Palace Theatre

• Sept. 21 — Rascal Flatts, KeyBank Pavilion

Jonna Miller is a Tribune-Review features editor. You can contact Jonna at 724-850-1270, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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