Annual artists’ market returns to Pittsburgh

June 25, 2017 by  

The 13th annual Southside Works Exposed festival is taking place for three days next month in Pittsburgh.

The artists’ market will feature over 60 local artisans who will be selling a variety of homemade items such as jewelry, origami, furniture, fashion, and prepared food and drinks. It will be an excellent opportunity for local artists to showcase their talent, as well as a chance for the public to discover unique items suitable for gift giving.

There will be musical performances taking place on all three days; this year’s performers will include Tres Lads, No Bad JuJu, Blended Reality, and the Rest of the Week Band. There will also be food trucks and cocktails from Hofbrauhaus.

July 9 will be Kids’ Day and will feature attractions such as the Wild World of Animals, and performances from Magician Dave and the Dance Fusion Kids. There will also be face painters, balloon twisters, and several other fun activities.

People from all over Pittsburgh will probably attend at least one day of the festivities. In order to spread the word, organizers may invest in the services of a favorite stationery printing firm to create printed advertising.

The Southside Works Exposed festival will take place at Southside Works from July 7 to 9, beginning at 5:00 PM on Friday and from 12:00 noon during the weekend. Admission is free of charge. To get the most recent information about this event, visit its Facebook page.