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Come join us in our neighborhood!

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania known as the “Steel City,” and the “City of Bridges” will host our 2014 Conclave Theatre Tour.

Home to the world’s first Nickelodeon, Pittsburgh is chock-full of internationally renowned venues that we can’t wait to share with you.

We’ll start the tour in the heart the Steel City, visiting Heinz Hall, Benedum Center, The Byham Theatre, The O’Reilly Theatre and The Harris Theatre. In a new friendship with The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, we’ll receive unprecedented back-stage access to these architectural gems. Next we’ll take you on a stroll through the unique neighborhoods of Oakland, Dormont, Carnegie, Homestead, McKees Rocks, and East Liberty.

Once we’ve introduced you to the ‘burgh, we’ll show off the beautiful highlands of Pennsylvania with stops in Zelienople, Erie, Grove City, Meadville, Vandergrift, Uniontown, Connellsville, and Scottdale. In each town we’ll spotlight an architecturally significant movie theatre, civic auditorium, vaudeville house, or Carnegie Library, which feature elegant music halls built by American industrialist Andrew Carnegie.

Not just known for its theatre architecture, lately our neighborhood is making headlines as a must-see city.

National Geographic Traveler rated Pittsburgh one of the “Top must-see places in the World” and Forbes.com named us a “Top ten comeback city.” Just this year, Jetsetter.com called Pittsburgh “One of the Best World-wide Destinations in 2013.“

We hope you’ll join us June 24-30, 2014 for Conclave Theatre Tour —
once you’ve seen Pittsburgh, it won’t just be our neighborhood, it will be yours too.

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