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Rivers Casino announces April events, promotions

Jamie Martines
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Rivers Casino on Pittsburgh’s North Shore.

Rivers Casino on Pittsburgh’s North Shore has announced special events for April, including an appearance by the music band Blues Traveler on Saturday, April 27.

Tickets are $25 and parking is free.

The show will take place in the casino’s new event space, which was unveiled in February.

The second-floor space holds about 2,000 people and hosted Kool & The Gang for its opening concert March 9.

April gaming promotions at the casino include the chance to win $1 million in the casino’s “Penguins Shoot for $1 million” finale drawing Saturday, April 13, as well as a fundraiser for the National Aviary, also located on Pittsburgh’s North Shore.

All $10 cash donations made to the National Aviary by casino rewards club members will receive matching funds for slot and match play.

A full list of events and promotions at Rivers Casino can be found on the casino’s website.

Jamie Martines is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jamie at 724-850-2867, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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