Weekly Rundown: 4/10-4/16

By A&E Staff

Thursday, April 10

Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II

Heinz Hall

600 Penn Ave., Downtown

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Admission: Starting at $15, prices vary

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra merges classical music and classical cartoons, featuring all most the iconic Looney Tunes characters and brand-new 3D theatrical shorts.

Friday, April 11

St. Vincent

Stage AE

400 N. Shore Drive, North Shore

Time: 7 p.m.

Admission: $22 advance, $25 day of show

Annie Clark stops in Pittsburgh for her Digital Witness tour in support of her joyfully strange and paranoid self-titled album.

Saturday, April 12

Beers of the Burgh Festival

97 40th St., Lawrenceville

Time: 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Admission: $45 Regular, $79 VIP, $15 Designated driver

This Saturday, 39 local breweries are coming together to welcome spring and celebrate Pittsburgh’s local beer scene.

Sunday, April 13

Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings

Byham Theater

101 Sixth St., Cultural District

Time: 8 p.m.

Admission: $32.25-$42.25

Soul revivalist Sharon Jones and company take over the Byham Theater for a night, playing tracks off their stunning and powerful record “Give the People What They Want.” 

Monday, April 14

“Past Presence”

Through April 20

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

6300 Fifth Ave., Shadyside

Time: All day

Admission: $5 general admission

This innovative sculptural gallery by Keith Lemley combines roots and uprooted trees from around his home with white neon to meaningfully illuminate areas of the wood. 

Tuesday, April 15

Danny Brown

Altar Bar

1620 Penn Ave., Strip District

Time: 8 p.m.

Admission: $18

Danny Brown returns to the Altar Bar for his second Pittsburgh show in the past year, but this time, he’ll likely show off more songs from his excellent album “Old,” which was released just after his September show here.

Wednesday, April 16

“RACE: Are We So Different?”

Through Oct. 27

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland

Time: All Day

Admission: Free with admission to museum

Developed by the American Anthropological Association, “RACE” is a nationally traveling exhibit that explores personal stories, history and the science behind how we perceive race in America.