Millvale Music Festival Pittsburgh 2023 Guide

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Millvale Music Festival is back and this year it really is bigger and better than ever! The festival will host over 300 musical acts on 28 stages. They will be spread over several blocks in Millvale. It is within a 6 mile area which makes it very walkable.


The performers include

  • Sunny Daze & The Weathermen
  • Dan Petrich
  • Mountains Meet The Moon Band
  • Steel Mill Rising
  • Neon Witch Rising
  • Melodiq
  • savesomeone
  • Malik Long
  • Devin Sherman
  • Miss Freddy’s Blues Band
  • Pete Bush & the Hoi Polloi
  • Fall Off The Earth
  • Find Ethel
  • Stereo Scandal
  • Shug Mac
  • Wild Blue Yonder
  • Craig Veltri & the Vagabonds
  • Ira Soul
  • Bitter Coast
  • Royal Haunts
  • Dayz Off
  • Truth&rites
  • Horace Whispers & the Empty Hand
  • The Biscuits
  • Pierson & Carr
  • Star Viper
  • Paul Luc Band
  • Father Sage
  • Victoria Fire
  • Caleb Kopta
  • Ki Lyrics
  • My Politic
  • Katie Roman Music
  • Elliott Pullen
  • Tiny Wars
  • King Mar
  • Blues Attack

and many more.


Comedy is an important component of the festival and this year they’ll have over 20 comedians, including

  • Asher O’Briant
  • Zivan Vasquez
  • Matty Malloy
  • Chris Nakis
  • Zach Funk
  • Christopher Scriva
  • Jared Helfer
  • Blake Scala
  • Addy Petschke Haas
  • Jeff Fieldhouse
  • Jesse Feng
  • Eric Damon

and more. Be prepared to laugh yourself silly.

Additional Information

There will also be 10 Spoken Word/Poets there who will be sharing their work.

Over 30 visual artists will be at the festival and will bring their creations. You’ll see paintings, sketches, ceramics, woodwork, stained glass, crafts and more.

Food trucks will be at the festival with delicious dishes, snacks and desserts available for purchase. You can also purchase beer (21+) and other beverages.

And I’m saving the best for last – this festival is free!!

So, come and munch on a pierogi and sip on a beer while listening to some of the best music ever! If you think that sounds like a fun way to spend a weekend, you’d be right!

If you’d like to visit Millvale/Pittsburgh for the music festival on May 19th and 20th, then you should consider hotels that are offering discounts which can save you money on your stay.  You can find hotels offering 5% to 19% off the regular rates.