SAVE THE DATE!
Sunday, August 13th, 2017 1PM-9PM
2nd Annual Crosstown Cookout
presented by Fame15 Creative in association with Riverlife
-> Mon Wharf Parking Lot
Come party on the Mon Wharf for $5 from 1PM-9PM, check out live artists, live music, river activities, food trucks, drinks, games, vendors, and more!
General Admission $5 — includes entry to the event
Check out photos + info on last year's event here -> fame15creative.com/crosstowncookout
All Food/Drink Vendors are cash/card (varies according to vendor… so bring plenty of cash just in case!)
Event is PET FRIENDLY! If you're pets are friendly, then they're welcome. We just ask that you clean up after your pet.
Food trucks, artists, bands, and additonal entertainment will be announced over the summer — make sure to keep checking back for updates and announcements.
Event is kid friendly + pet friendly… just make sure to clean up after both. :P
Note: This event has been promoted as 21 and over, however kids are welcome! The reason we promote the event this way is that we do not have any activities specifically tailored to children. We are also strictly carding due to the presence of alcohol.
A portion of proceeds will benefit Riverlife.
Riverlife’s mission is simple: To reclaim, restore and promote Pittsburgh’s riverfronts as the environmental, recreational, cultural and economic hub for the people of this region and our visitors.
Riverlife (formerly Riverlife Task Force) is a public-private partnership established in 1999 to guide and advocate for the redevelopment of Pittsburgh’s riverfronts. Riverlife works out front and behind the scenes with riverfront property owners, developers, public officials and community groups to reconnect Pittsburgh with its rivers. Since 1999 we have successfully brought recreation, ecological restoration and economic opportunity back to our Downtown waterfronts. Today, Riverlife’s stewardship extends up the Allegheny River to the 31st Street Bridge, down the Monongahela River to the Hot Metal Bridge, and along the Ohio River to the West End Bridge.