Allegheny County Music Festival
Sunday, September 1 (Labor Day weekend)
The Allegheny County Music Festival will feature local, national and international favorite
RUSTED ROOT with special guest Joel Plaskett!
- A $20-per-car suggested donation is collected at the gate.
- Raffle tickets for a 50-50 raffle are sold throughout the concert.
- Proceeds benefit children and youth served through the Department of Human Services and/or Juvenile Probation.
The Allegheny County Music Festival Fund
The Allegheny County Music Festival Fund has been utilized for a wide variety of items and opportunities including:
- A week of “live-in” summer camp for at-risk young persons to allow them to engage in healthy activities outside their neighborhood.
- Lessons in dance, karate and music, and other positive outlets for self-expression for a child who is living in a homeless shelter with his or her mother to escape domestic violence.
- The opportunity for a child receiving mental health services to spend quality time with his or her family at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium or the National Aviary.
- The opportunity for a young man or woman, transitioning into adulthood, to attend a college tour and set the course for his or her future.
The funds to provide life-enriching items and opportunities to children are raised through two annual fundraisers: Allegheny County Music Festival and Candidates’ Comedy Night. As the demand for funds increases, so does the need to raise additional funds. Please consider donating to this worthy cause.
Checks can be made out to:
Allegheny County Music Festival Fund
One Smithfield Street, First Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
More about the Allegheny County Music Festival Fund
|Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald addresses the audience before the performance of Rusted Root at the 13th Annual Allegheny County Music Festival.|