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Entertainment planner: Sept. 13-26

(center) Drum major, David Ricklis, of Baltimore Maryland, leads the second wave of the mass bands during the welcoming ceremony at the Ligonier Highland Games held at Idlewild Park in Ligonier, PA on Saturday, September 22, 2012. Rebecca Emanuele | for the Tribune Review
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Steve Green of Springdale and his 3-year-old son, Dylan, take a ride on the Ferris wheel Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017 at Riverview Memorial Park on the first night of the Tarentum Fall Festival. The event continues Friday and will conclude with a fireworks display for Tarentum's 175th anniversary at 10:15 p.m. on Saturday.
(from left) 'Grandpa Dudley' (Robert Dudley of Michigan) and friend 'Ohio Tom' (Tom Curtis of Antwerp, OH), take a rest and sample some food at the 'Hobo Picnic' held at Derry Station Heritage Park on Thursday evening. The friends say they travel together to visit different festivals. Rebecca Emanuele | for the Tribune Review
Michael Tallerico | For the Tribune-Review

Thursday , Sept. 13

Hobo Picnic, A.V. Germano Hall, Derry.

Tarentum Fall Festival, Riverview Park, Tarentum. Through Sept. 15. Facebook

Friday , Sept. 14

Art on Tap, The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg. 724-837-1500 or

Associated Artists of Pittsburgh 104th Annual Exhibition, 2708 Sidney St., Pittsburgh. Through Oct. 27. 412-361-1370 or

Chrissy Costa’s Broad Squad Comedy Show, Club Cafe, Pittsburgh. 866-468-3401 or

Saturday , Sept. 15

Classic Stones Live, Rolling Stones tribute, Lamp Theatre, Irwin. 724-367-4000 or

Ligonier Art Walk, events at six Ligonier venues. Facebook

Star Gazing Party, with Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh, Kunkle Park, Washington Township.

“The Two Gentlemen of Verona,” Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks, Arsenal Park, Lawrenceville. Also Sept. 16.

Sunday , Sept. 16

Rising Stars Concert, Pittsburgh Opera Headquarters, Pittsburgh. 412-281-0912 or

Monday , Sept. 17

Gary Numan, Mr. Smalls Theatre, Millvale. 866-468-3401 or

Tuesday , Sept. 18

“One Slight Hitch,” Mountain Playhouse, Jennerstown. Through Sept. 30. 814-629-9220 or

Wednesday , Sept. 19

“The Making of Native American Clothing,” Bushy Run Battlefield Museum, Penn Township. 412-527-5584 or

Thrival Innovation + Music Festival, various venues, Pittsburgh. Through Sept. 21.

Thursday , Sept. 20

“A Comedy of Tenors,” Apple Hill Playhouse, Delmont. Through Sept. 29. 724-468-5050 or

Friday , Sept. 21

Aaron Abernathy: Wall of Sound Series, August Wilson Center, Pittsburgh. 412-456-6666 or

Cultural District Gallery Crawl, Downtown Pittsburgh. 412-456-6666 or

“Play With PICT” Gala, benefits PICT Classic Theatre, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Garfield. 412-561-6000 or

“Shrek the Musical,” presented by Stage Right, The Palace Theatre, Greensburg. Through Sept. 23. 724-836-8000 or

Saturday , Sept. 22

Henry Rollins’ “Slide Show,” The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh. 412-237-8300 or

Katelyn Rose/Willow Hill, Twin Lakes Park Expansion Area, Hempfield. 724-830-3950 or

Ligonier Highland Games, Idlewild Park, Ligonier Township. Also Sept. 23.

Sunday , Sept. 23

Brighton Heights Citizens Federation House Tour, featuring nine homes in Brighton Heights. 412-734-0233 or

“Mythburgh,” presented by 12 Peers Theater, Brillobox, Pittsburgh. 4121-626-6784 or

Tuesday , Sept. 25

Justin Timberlake, PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh.

Randy Bachman, The Palace Theatre, Greensburg. Through Sept. 23. 724-836-8000 or

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter @shirley_trib.

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