Spend the evening with us! Join artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs in the Silver Street event space surrounded by a canopy of lights and rainbow walls. Cash bar, El Sabor Latin Kitchen food truck, and music onsite.
Final Fridays are part of The Pop District, a new vision for programming and outdoor public space on the eastern North Shore. Silver Street was the first of many new public art and public realm beautification projects bringing a new wave of energy and innovation to the neighborhood.
The Warhol is proud to partner with artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs via its Superstars affinity group program for the final Friday of the month to network, celebrate life in Pittsburgh, and to have fun!
May 26: DJ Jarrett Tebbets DJ Jarrett Tebbets is a Pittsburgh based DJ, promoter and event producer. For the past 12 years, Jarrett has made his mark across the city with his long-standing residency at Hot Mass with his free open air discos at Trace Brewing. He’s warmed the floor for the likes of The Blessed Madonna, Tama Sumo, GE-OLOGY, and so many more. Jarrett’s sound is eclectic, unique and heavy on the disco. When he’s not spinning records, you can find him searching for the perfect Italian hoagie.
June 30: DJ Deesus DJ Deesus is a Pittsburgh native and well-known for his soulful house music and hip hop fueled sets. He has played clubs all over the region and is a staple in throwing energetic parties and events that keep the culture of house and hip hop music alive in the community.
July 28: Arie Cole Arie Cole is an open format DJ based in Pittsburgh. More than a DJ, he curates the vibe with sharp cuts and face scrunching mixes of songs you’re more than familiar with or hearing for the first time. Cole does what a DJ does best–plays the music that makes the people want to dance.
August 25: DJ Huny HUNY XO (she/they) is a DJ, nightlife curator, and king of all trades soundtracking and producing events via the Mostbeautifullest collective. Bred in NYC and currently residing in Pittsburgh (named Person of the Year in Music 2021 by Pittsburgh City Paper), her work in music and visual arts is rooted in exalting Black women & QTPOC communities. HUNY XO sets are genre-defying: hip hop, house, techno, and dancehall.
September 29: DJ Pretty Tony DJ Pretty Tony, is a multimedia producer, U.S. Navy Veteran, and DJ with over twenty years experience. Locally he has held co-residencies at Hot Mass, Spirit, and Goldmark, and has performed for Netflix, Pittsburgh Fashion Week, The Carnegie International opening gala, and much more. Currently you can catch him playing the open air, daytime party “Disco Sunday Disco” at Trace Brewing.
Reserve your timed tickets to visit the museum before attending Final Fridays! Museum admission is half-price on Fridays starting at 5 p.m.