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June 2017

Night Nation Run Is the Only Race That’s More Like a Party

Take an average 5K, and add a dash of intrigue by setting the start at sunset. Mix in some live music along the race, add a heaping spoonful of interactive light shows, and stir it up with some party zones, DJs, and more craziness. What do you get?

A race that’s more like a wild dash from party to party for one wild night – it’s the Night Nation Run.

Run, Walk, Skip, or Dance at Running Music Festivals

This all-ages event is less of a serious race and more of a chance for some completely unique entertainment. If you’re looking for a timed race and a finisher medal, this is not the place.

Night Nation Run PittsburghHowever, if you want to have an exciting, exhilarating time racing, walking, or even skipping along a lighted course, making it to party zones with live DJs, taking a break for dancing and Selfie Stations, and finally crossing the finish line for the after party, this is the race for you.

The Details

Night Nation Run Pittsburgh will happen on July 22 at Stage AE. The gates open at 5:30 p.m., with a pre-party at 7:30 and the first wave of runners hitting the course at 8:30.

After the race, attend the Main Stage After Party for a show that will knock your socks off. There will be surprise performers, giveaways, fog machines, confetti guns, and all kinds of craziness.

Plus, the event supports a great charity, Stand Up to Cancer (SU2C). Donate $1 to receive a special race bib, buy a race t-shirt, or sign up a team to help raise money for cancer research.

Running music festivals don’t come along very often. If you plan on racing and having a blast at this fun-filled event, stay with us at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square.

It’s All Fun and Games at ReplayFX Arcade & Video Game Festival

It will be a gamer’s paradise at the ReplayFX Arcade & Video Game Festival. A wide array of games and lots of entertainment, contests, and competitions will be on offer. From retro joystick game lovers to high-tech multi-player RPG fanatics, there will be something for anyone who has ever enjoyed playing a video game.

Score 100 Points at Video Game Festivals in Pittsburgh

Attend on July 27-30 at David L. Lawrence Convention Center to get in on the action.  The main draw of attending this festival is the fact that there will be a huge collection of arcade games, pinball machines, tabletop games, and console games to try. The best part? You get to play to your heart’s content – it’s all free with admission. 

ReplayFX Arcade & Video Game FestivalOther attractions at the video game festival will include fun for the whole family. There’ll be live music, magicians, face-painting, balloon artists, and a showcase of new gaming products to check out. Compete in a cosplay contest, shop for merchandize, and even attend gaming seminars.

Pinburgh Match-Play Championship

One huge aspect of the festival is the pinball competition. Watch 800 players battle for pinball glory on 305 different machines over three days. The contest is sure to get heated, as there will be a guaranteed $100,000 prize pool up for grabs for the top 160 competitors.

Gamers and families alike are sure to have a blast at this exciting event. There will be a little something for everyone, along with fun and games galore.  All of us here at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square wish all the attendees a great time!

The Race is on at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix

What could be better than 10 whole days of souped-up vintage cars, racing, motorcycles, and more? Not much, especially if you’re an auto fiend. If you’re nodding in agreement, you need to visit the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. This is the ultimate car event happening in Pittsburgh this summer.

At PVGP, Enjoy the Ride with Vintage Car Racing and More

The 10-day event from July 7 to 16 is bookended by two weekends of vintage car racing. It all culminates with a huge car show featuring cool cars from all over the world.

Pittsburgh Vintage Grand PrixHistoric Races at Pitt Race Complex

The car extravaganza kicks off with historic car races spanning four days, from July 7-9. Here you’ll see vintage sports cars, sports racers, and others race over 2.8 miles of challenging track.

Race Weekend Car Show at Schenley Park + Vintage Races

The Vintage Races are celebrating their 35th anniversary. Join the spectators watching this exciting race along the public streets near the park.

Top it all off with a visit to the International Car Show, where you’ll see a broad showcase dedicated to the world’s sleekest cars, most amazing antiques, and coolest classics.

Drivers School

Want to learn how to race? Attend Drivers School on July 6 at Pittsburgh International Race Complex. Then, put your skills to the test at the Historic Race Weekend. Successful drivers who finish without any problems will get their racing license from the Vintage Motorsports Council.

Stay with us at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square if you’re planning to be where the action is for this exciting week of racing and car shows.

Don’t Miss Heinz Field’s Fourth of July Celebration

Looking for a fun, free event to celebrate the Fourth of July? Look no further. Bring the whole family to Heinz Field’s Fourth of July Celebration. This big party, the largest one in the city, brings all the entertainment you can handle onto the field for a happy 4th.

On July 4th, Watch Pittsburgh Fireworks and Rock Out

The celebration is scheduled to run from 2 p.m. to midnight on Independence Day. Admission is completely free. Bring your friends and family and prepare for a new yearly tradition.

Heinz Field’s Fourth of July CelebrationCome when the gates open to enjoy a day at the field. There will be food, fun and games, and lots of activities on Art Rooney Avenue. Free concerts will also be happening all day, leading up to the headlining show in the evening.

The headliners, The Cadillac Three, are a southern rock group who are big on the country charts. Their most recent album is a 2016 release called “Bury Me in My Boots.” Their hits include “White Lightning,” “Tennessee Mojo,” “The South,” “Party Like You,” and “I’m Southern.”

Get a Front Row Seat for Fireworks

The best seat in the city for Pittsburgh fireworks is at Heinz Field. Come to get a prime spot to watch this annual display of explosions, lights, and colors.

Plan on heading to Pittsburgh for great Fourth of July events and family fun. Celebrate our nation’s independence in one of the most iconic cities that played host to our founding fathers. While you’re visiting, make sure to book your stay with us at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square.