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Picklesburgh, held Aug. 20-22 Downtown, featured vendors, live music and a 35-foot-long Heinz pickle balloon.

Picklesburgh a big dill for downtown Pittsburgh

By Anna Ligorio, Senior Staff Writer August 24, 2021
The sixth annual “Picklesburgh” festival — presented by Kraft Heinz and produced by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership — was a Friday-to-Sunday celebration on the Andy Warhol Bridge of all things pickled, and included vendors and live music.
Picklesburgh will return from Aug. 20-22 on the Andy Warhol Bridge. The summer food festival centered around pickles will also include cooking demonstrations, pickle drinks, pickle ice cream and more.

Picklesburgh to return in late August

By Jon Moss, Editor-in-Chief July 13, 2021
Picklesburgh, the iconic pickle festival held every summer on one of Pittsburgh’s three sister bridges, will return in full fermented form from Aug. 20-22 on the Andy Warhol Bridge.
This year’s Picklesburgh will go from July 26 to July 28 on Roberto Clemente Bridge.

Soon, pickles here, there and everywhere

By Vaibhav Gupta, Staff Writer July 16, 2019
A giant Heinz pickle balloon floating high over Downtown Pittsburgh’s Roberto Clemente Bridge can only mean one thing: Picklesburgh has touched down.
Pittsburgh’s fourth annual Picklesburgh celebration was staged on the Roberto Clemente Bridge for three days, July 20-22, this year instead of its usual two. (Photo by Anne Amundson | Staff Photographer)

Picklesburgh packs Roberto Clemente Bridge

By Grey McGettigan, For The Pitt News August 20, 2018
Picklesburgh’s fourth annual gathering did not disappoint, featuring a longer, larger and brinier celebration of all things pickled.
Pittsburghs Picklesburgh to be a jarring experience

Pittsburgh’s Picklesburgh to be a jarring experience

By Elaina Zachos / A&E Editor May 13, 2015

Pittsburgh is about to relish in a new cultural festival.On May 13, the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership announced Picklesburgh, a new, culinary festival concerning gherkins galore. The Partnership will...

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