By: Sarah Steighner
Less Than Jake/ Anti-Flag
The 2013 “Fat Tour” will make its rounds to Pittsburgh Nov. 13 at Stage AE. Less Than Jake will be headlining while Pittsburgh punk native band, Anti-Flag, will also perform. Masked Intruder and Get Dead will also be part of the Fat Tour.
The “In the Round” tour will be bringing Josh Groban to the Consol Energy Center, Nov. 2. The audience will no doubt appreciate Groban’s 360 stage that will allow everyone in the venue to get a glimpse of this iconic singer.
Jam band fans will not want to miss The Werks performing at Mr. Smalls on Nov. 3. For anyone who has not witnessed any of their memorable festival performances, this is definitely a worthwhile opportunity to appreciate The Werks live.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
Singers of the catchy “Thrift Shop” and powerful “Same Love” songs, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis will perform at University Park Nov. 7th.
Dubstep producer and DJ, Joshua Steele, more prominently known as Flux Pavilion will be at Stage AE on Nov. 8 for all his fans who just “can’t stop” craving the bass.
Country fans will no doubt want to catch Keith Urban as his 2013 “Light the Fuse” Tour makes its way to University Park on Nov. 22. Also accompanying to perform on tour will be Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch.
The band, MGMT, that produced such classic hits such as “Electric Feel”, “Kids” and “Time to Pretend” will be performing at Stage AE on Dec. 2.
Singer/Songwriter Vanessa Carlton will be at Club Café November 29. Many may recognize her from her hit “A Thousand Miles.” For others, her talented piano playing, lovely vocal timbre, and meaningful lyrics will most definitely provide a magnificent performance.
August Burns Red
After the recent release of their album “Rescue and Restore” made it to No. 9 on the Billboard Top 200, fans will have the chance to see August Burns Red at the Altar Bar on Nov. 2. The Pennsylvania originating band will be joined by Blessthefall, Defeater, and Beartooth.
American country singer Martina McBride will be performing on Nov. 4 at Station Square. McBride is most recognizably known for her songs such as “Concrete Angel” and “Independence Day.”