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Saturday, June 30, 2018 |  Schenley Plaza, 3-10pm




3pm: Reimagination Artists, 6pm: Lyndsey Smith, 7:30pm: Low Cut Connie, 9pm: Langhorne Slim & the Lost at Last Band

Langhorne Slim & the Lost at Last Band

Langhorne Slim, hailing originally from Langhorne, PA and now residing in Nashville, is no stranger to the world of popular culture and commercial success. His latest release “Lost At Last Vol. 1” is his sixth full-length album. Throughout his career he has been defined by reflective songwriting and passionate delivery. He recently enjoyed his third appearance on Conan O’Brien’s late-night show, as well as a feature on CBS Saturday Morning, and the highest charting debut of his career. O’Brien, a personal fan of Slim stated, “After one listen, I became an instant, almost obsessive fan.” Slim has consistently toured on his own, and has appeared on extensive worldwide runs throughout his career with artists such as The Lumineers, The Avett Brothers, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Gregory Alan Isakov, Josh Ritter, The Devil Makes Three, Sara Watkins, and more. He’s also appeared on many festival stages, such as Bonnaroo, Newport Folk Festival, Outside Lands, Lollapalooza, and the Philadelphia Folk Festival.


Low Cut Connie

Low Cut Connie formed in 2010 in Philadelphia and gained national attention when President Obama included one of their tracks on a Spotify playlist in 2015. Front man Adam Weiner performed as a solo artist prior to starting Low Cut Connie. While living in New York City, he played piano in gay bars, karaoke bars, restaurants and ballet classes, often under the name Ladyfingers. Weiner started the project that would become Low Cut Connie with former members Dan Finnemore (from Birmingham, U.K.) and Neil Duncan (from Gainesville, Florida). The band's name refers to a waitress who often wore low-cut tops at a restaurant near where Weiner grew up. The band has been recognized by various media in the US for their high-energy live show, of which the Los Angeles Weekly said "Their ferocious live unmatched in all of rock right now."


Lyndsey Smith

Lyndsey Smith has been bringing music to the souls of music lovers for the past 6 years and has been gaining loyal fans on a regional, national and international level. Her Rock'N'Soul style gives her shows high energy and she knows that fans aren't just there as a formality, they are there as part of the show!​
Lyndsey Smith is raising the bar as to what music should be and how an album and concert should make each fan feel. Now in her 10th year performing, Smith is raising four sons, working as a performing-arts teacher and vocal coach, and still finds time to get up on stage and belt out a set with Soul Distribution. Their new album “Rhapsodize Me” was just released.

WYEP Reimagination Showcase

Featuring three of the youth bands in this year's Reimagination artist development program - Colorblind Coding, Kaelber, and Luke B. Wood


I Made It! Market | Bike PGH Bike Valet

 Enter to win a pair of tickets to Dawes at Stage AE, September 12th by entering our Instagram Contest. Follow us on Instagram at @wyeppgh. Come to the Summer Music Festival this Saturday and post your pictures via Instagram with the hashtag #WYEPSummer. A team of WYEP staff members will pick their favorite shot and name a winner. Enter by midnight, Saturday June 30th. WYEP staff will pick their favorite for the winner. Winner will be contacted the following week via Direct Message. Must enter on Instagram. Must be a photo from WYEP's Summer Music Festival. 

Get to know the artists from their past visits to WYEP:

Live & Direct with Langhorne Slim & The Law                          Local 913 Live with Lyndsey Smith & Soul Distribution      

Listen here                                                                                 Listen here:


Join us for WYEP's Final Fridays:

July 27th- Donora and Chet Vincent & Biirdwatcher

August 31st- Dave Hause and the Mermaid and Punchline


WYEP's Made in PA summer concert series is presented by

UPMC Health Plan

and is also sponsored by

Dollar Bank, Pittsburgh Magazine and Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy