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First-year guard Aaryn Battle (1) dribbles the ball during Thursday evening’s game against Wake Forest in the Petersen Events Center.
Pitt women’s basketball falls back into their old habits, fall to Wake Forest 65-50
By Sara Meyer, Staff Writer • February 23, 2024

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First-year guard Aaryn Battle (1) dribbles the ball during Thursday evening’s game against Wake Forest in the Petersen Events Center.
Pitt women’s basketball falls back into their old habits, fall to Wake Forest 65-50
By Sara Meyer, Staff Writer • February 23, 2024

Concerts coming to Pittsburgh in February

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A few of the biggest stadium acts in the world will pass through Pittsburgh throughout the month of February, along with a handful of bands and singers filling in smaller venues. Here’s a look at the most notable concerts in and around Pittsburgh over the next month.

Madonna | Feb. 5 at PPG Paints Arena

The “Queen of Pop,” whose subversive musical artistry took pop culture by storm in the 1980s, is bringing her “Celebration Tour” to downtown Pittsburgh.

Plain White T’s | Feb. 9 at Thunderbird Music Hall

The quintessential 2000s pop rock act will arrive at the Thunderbird in Lawrenceville on the ninth. Hey, there Pitt News reader, what’s it like in Pittsburgh, PA?

Riley Green | Feb. 9 at Petersen Events Center

If you’ve heard “Hey There Delilah” one too many times, climb Cardiac Hill to hear country star Riley Green play at the Pete.

Band of Horses | Feb. 12 at Roxian Theatre

The equestrian-sounding band, from Seattle by way of South Carolina, brings its indie rock to McKees Rocks in February.

Drake and J. Cole | Feb. 16-17 at PPG Paints Arena

Few living artists command the attention that Toronto rapper Drake has enjoyed for a decade. North Carolina emcee J. Cole backs him up on the “It’s All a Blur” tour.

Neck Deep | Feb. 21 at Stage AE

Do you miss the 2000s? Welsh pop-punk band Neck Deep is coming to Pittsburgh to help you relive your Blink-182 phase.

Boyz II Men | Feb. 22 at Rivers Casino

The harmonious R&B vocal group Boyz II Men will bring their smooth, sentimental ballads to the casino on the North Shore.

Aimee Mann | Feb. 27 at Carnegie Library of Homestead

The “Til Tuesday” singer and movie composer, known for her 1990s collaborations with indie producer Jon Brion, is coming to Homestead.

About the Contributor
Patrick Swain, Culture Editor
Patrick Swain is a junior economics major with a minor in Hispanic language and culture. He begrudgingly removes Oxford commas as the culture editor of The Pitt News. You can find him rooting for the Buffalo Bills, invoking the third amendment and remembering the Alamo.