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There are 5 activities to do in Pittsburgh this weekend from March 29-31

It’s the final weekend of March and it’s also Easter weekend. Here are some ways to spend it.

It’s the last weekend of March and it’s also Easter weekend. Here are some options for how to spend it.

Lunar Gala

On Saturday, Carnegie Mellon University’s Lunar Gala will take place. It is organized by a group of over 150 students from different majors and backgrounds presenting a fashion show.

The 7 p.m. show at Wiegand Gym on the Oakland campus is expected to have 1,500 guests in attendance.

Lunar Gala is teaming up with Style412, a Pittsburgh-based non-profit organization committed to the fashion industry. The event started with the Taiwanese Student Association’s Lunar New Year tradition and includes the Chinese zodiac animal of the year, which is the dragon this year. The theme is “Liminal,” which means ‘a threshold’ in Latin.

The starting price for tickets is $35.99.

Details: You can buy tickets at

“Mamma Mia”

The 25th anniversary tour of the Tony Award-winning “ ” is happening from Friday to Sunday at the Benedum Center, Downtown as part of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh series.Mamma MiaChristine Sherrill leads the tour as Donna Sheridan. Alisa Melendez plays Sophie Sheridan in the musical that premiered in London in 1999 and on Broadway in New York in 2001.

This is a story of a mother, a daughter and three possible dads on a Greek island paradise with music from ABBA.

Limited tickets are available at $125.

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Details: Country music singer-songwriter Kane Brown will perform at PPG Paints Arena, Uptown at 7 p.m. on Friday to a nearly sold-out crowd. Guests for his “In The Air” tour include Tyler Hubbard from the band Florida Georgia Line and country band Parmalee, known for the song “Take My Name.”

Kane Brown

Brown and his wife Katelyn Brown collaborated on the song “Thank God.” His other tunes include “Lose It” and “Like I Love Country Music.”

The starting price for tickets is $69.95.

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Details: Egg-stravagana!

The Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Oakland is hosting Super Science Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday.

The event, called Egg-stravaganza!, includes activities like a scavenger hunt where guests follow egg-themed clues to search for specimens throughout the museum, earn stamps and collect a goodie bag (while supplies last).

Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and $15 for students and children ages 3-18. Children under 2 get in for free.

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Details: The Kelly Strayhorn Theater in East Liberty is hosting an Edgar Allan Poe Speakeasy at various times from Friday to Sunday.


The speakeasy will take guests back in time to a bygone era and feature crafted cocktails inspired by four of Poe’s stories.

This event is for guests who are 21 years old and older.

Note: This production incorporates haze.

Tickets are $45 and can be purchased at

It’s the last weekend of March and it’s also Easter weekend. Here are some options for how to spend it.


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