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15 can’t-miss Pittsburgh shows for your summer music calendar

Whether you prefer Charlie Daniels to Justin Bieber, or Harry Styles to Ozzy Osbourne, there should be something for you on the Pittsburgh summer concert calendar. From country to pop to metal, here are 15 can’t-miss shows to consider.

Charlie Daniels Band/Marshall Tucker

April 30, UPMC Events Center, Moon

Charlie Daniels himself promises concert-goers “a big ole Southern-style good time.” What more do you want? Daniels says his band has played more shows with Marshall Tucker through the years than any other band. Their 40 years of shared history should make for a seamless show of Southern-rock hits, from Daniels’ barn-burning “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” to Marshall Tucker’s wistful “Can’t You See.”

Kenny Chesney

May 30, Heinz Field

Chesney’s Pittsburgh fans take his “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” anthem seriously, making his Heinz Field dates notorious not just for the music, but also for the accompanying tailgates, the tons of trash left behind, the arrests and the general mayhem. Though tamer in recent times, a Chesney concert may be the biggest event Pittsburgh sees in any given year.

Ozzy Osbourne

June 11, ST Bank Music Park

Lately, Ozzy could have used Mark Twain’s “reports of my death are greatly exaggerated” quote. In 2019, the Prince of Darkness had numerous health issues that led to canceled tour dates, so it’s probably good to see him while you can. Really, how much longer can this 71-year-old be expected to ride the crazy train?

Maroon 5

June 19, ST Bank Music Park

In September, the band released “Memories,” the expected lead single off their still-in-progress ninth studio album — and a stripped-down, introspective change from the band’s usual sexed-up pop songs. Does it signal a new direction for Adam Levine and

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