Musical acts continue to draw crowds to Point State Park this week, as the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival brings 10 days of free performing and visual arts to Downtown Pittsburgh. On Tuesday night, Leftover Salmon, a jam band from Boulder, Colo., brought its rootsy, string-based music to the main stage. Old-school soul singer Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, dubbed “The Screaming Eagle of Soul,” was the headliner on Wednesday night.
Check out photos from both performances in our photo slideshows below; plus, don’t miss our photos from last Sunday night’s headliners Ibeyi here
The Arts Festival continues through Sun., June 12. That night, headliner Lake Street Dive, a soulful pop band frequently heard on local independent radio station WYEP's playlist, takes the stage at 7:30 p.m.