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The Italian gallery at The Frick Art Museum is currently closed for conservation work.
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Our parking lot is closed today. Free parking is available along Reynolds St. and Homewood Ave.
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Summer Fridays at the Frick!

Join us for live music, food trucks, artmaking, and family fun!

Summer Fridays are back at the Frick June 17, July 22, August 19, and September 2. Join us for live music, food trucks, artmaking, and family fun on the beautiful Frick lawns! See the full season schedule below.

While you're here, don't miss Romare Bearden: Artist as Activist and Visionary at The Frick Art Museum. Our museums are open until 9:00 PM on Summer Fridays evenings.

For the safety of our visitors and historic structures, we ask that you please leave pets, Frisbees, balls, hockey sticks, scooters, and drones at home, and refrain from smoking or vaping. Please park bicycles at the racks near the Penn Avenue and Reynolds Street entrances and do not ride them onto the garden paths or grass.

Program Information

Summer Fridays at the Frick!

Dates: August 19, 2022
Location: The Frick Pittsburgh
Free and open to all

In cases of rain, please check our website and social media pages for outdoor activity and performance updates.

Please note that the Penn and S Homewood Avenue entrances will close promptly at 9:00 PM on Summer Fridays evenings.

Season Schedule

Performances begin at 6:30 PM on the North Lawn

Featuring the Urban Impact Jazz Band, Jessica Lee & Friends featuring Hugo Cruz and Rick Purcell, musical yoga with Lydia Kilian, an instrument petting zoo for kids courtesy of Brighton Music Center and Unisound, and a play-it-forward instrument donation drive with the Farina Foundation.

Food: Bruster’s Real Ice Cream Truck, PGH Pierogi Truck, MR Bulgogi, Revival Chili, Steve & Benny’s, The Café at the Frick

Musical Yoga
5:30–6:30 PM on the Great Lawn
Urban Impact Jazz Band
6:30–7:15 PM on the North Lawn
Jessica Lee & Friends
7:30–8:30 PM on the North Lawn
Instrument petting zoo and play-it forward instrument donation drive
5:00–7:30 PM in the Community Room Courtyard
Bell Family Band are what the name implies. Grammy award drummer, Producer Poogie Bell, and saxophonist, and national recording artist Winston Bell will perform their unique blend of jazz, funk, hip-hop infused music. Playing original music along with covers reimagined. From Miles Davis to The Beatles.

Food: Beatnik Sweet Eats and Dessert Truck, PGH Halal Truck, Revival Chili, Revival Pasta, The Café at the Frick
A celebration of the music, design, and culture of a new generation of creatives from the African diaspora bridging tradition and modernity.

Food: Beatnik Sweet Eats and Dessert Truck, Rolling Meatballs, Steve & Benny’s, The Café at the Frick, Wood Fired Flatbreads
Savor the last days of the season by traveling back in time with the little big band Swingtet 8 and vocalist Debbie Zugates.

Food: Brisketburgh, Hummus Pittsburgh, Graeter’s Ice Cream Truck, Secretos, The Café at the Frick