110 North Main and Byers Ave
New Stanton, PA 15672
Phone: (724) 925-6755
Fax: (724) 925-3097
The Palace Theatre in Westmoreland County has been in operation since 1926. The venue seats up to 1,320 people and host several musical concerts each year. Some of the regular performers are the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra and the River City Brass Band. Past performers include Joan Baez, Connie Francis and Buddy Guy. Wheelchair access is available only on the main floor. For tickets and other information, check the website.
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is an exquisite art museum and holds immense significance. The museum specifically focuses on the art cultures and depictions of the Southwestern Pennsylvania. The museum site was opened to the general public in the year 1959. There is an array of eminent artists' collection that permanently stays preserved in the museum. The museum operates from Wednesday through Sunday, each week. Further details can be gathered by visiting their official website.
ExpoMart Monroeville is a vast event space that holds wide-ranging events including business meetings, trade shows, exhibitions, concerts and more. The space is well organized and has the latest facilities required to host every kind of event; thus making it the most preferred venue among the organizers. Visiting ExpoMart Monroeville is a great idea as you are sure to witness some informative and entertaining events.
If you're into metal and punk rock, you are sure to enjoy the shows at Dock 5. This is a concert venue that does not restrict the line-up only to local bands, although bands like Heartless, which originated in Pittsburgh, have performed here. There is an attempt to bring musicians from around the country to this one spot, resulting in some fabulous performances.
Greater Pitt Dek Hockey Center is a major venue for most of the hockey events in Penn Hills. The center is host to a lot of hockey matches, leagues and championships. The center is well equipped with scoreboards, rinks, a snack shop along with qualified referees and coaches. You can also come her to have a dip in their pool or join their swim club for many swimming events and activities. Check the website for further details.
Pittsburgh Improv is a part of the legendary Improv Comedy Showcase, which has been the stepping stone to success for many comedians in the U.S. Comedians from David Spade to Robin Williams and from Jerry Seinfeld to Adam Sandler have graced its stage. The Pittsburgh Improv carries on its legacy with shows sold out to packed houses. It also has a dinner club on its premises that dishes out delicious fare and is the perfect place to relive moments from the show.
Dave and Buster's huge complex contains a restaurant, two bars, pool tables, Skeeball, shuffleboard, video games and Virtual World, which is something like a virtual-reality ride. The complex is the size of a warehouse and the perfect playground for adults, although you will find a lot of children running around as well. The food is American cuisine and served until "it quiets down." The bars are well stocked with beer, wines and mixed drinks. The place is always packed and noisy. On most nights there is an hour wait for dinner.
This 300-seat cinema hall has been a part of the Pittsburgh Filmmakers organization since 1998. It shows independent American and foreign films, as well as classic features on Sunday nights. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or visit their website.
The Quantum Theatre company performs anywhere in the city. In the spirit of installation art, each location is carefully chosen to reflect the spirit of the production. The company has been performing for eight years. Productions have included everything from Shakespeare to original works. The company is also known for adapting classics to modern performances.
Nestled in the heart of the Squirrel Hill area, this cinema has earned a reputation for being one of the oldest in the neighborhood. But if you are here looking for the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, you might be a tad disappointed. The venue mainly screens family-oriented films and rather rare art productions. Romance, drama and comedy too get to share the screen space. The venue’s courteous staff has earned it brownie points over the years. Hit the website for the movie schedule.
The Katz Performing Arts Center, located at the Jewish Community Center in Squirrel Hill, is credited with being the center of Jewish artistic life in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. The center is home to Kol Isha, a Jewish women's theater group. It also hosts a variety of concerts, dinners, recitals, talent shows, children's programs and other events.
If you have a weak heart, don't even think of visiting the Manor House between September and October! This month-long event, brimming with ghostly scares and frightening shocks, is only for those who seek thrills and chills. Enjoy the technology that allows you to revisit the days of witchery and phantoms—with spirits and ghosts hiding in every nook and corner, you're sure to lose your wits for a while! Thank your heavenly stars if you last the entire journey! See website for concert calendar and more.