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The Pavilion at Star Lake - Burgettstown, PA
The Pavilion at Star Lake, known initially as Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater, is located at 665 Route 18, Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. It is an outdoor amphitheater that was formerly known as the Post-Gazette Pavilion (2000–2009), First Niagara Pavilion (2010–2016), the KeyBank Pavilion (2017-2019) and S&T Bank Music Park 2020. The venue has a seating capacity of approx — 23,000; 7,100 in a reserved-seating, open-air pavilion, and an additional 16,000 on a general-admission lawn. The amphitheater is under the ownership and is operated by Live Nation. It was open for the general public on June 17, 1990.
The first event to be held at the The Pavilion at Star Lake was a national act by Billy Joel, on June 17, 1990. The second show was again arranged at the venue due to the record-breaking response on June 18, 1990. Since then, the pavilion is famous for hosting several concerts performed by some big names such as Grateful Dead (played twice), Metallica, INXS, Michael Hutchence, Phish, Josh Groban along with Sarah McLachlan, Coral Reefer Bandz, and a few more.
The venus also hosted some musical festivals such as All That! Music and More Festival, Vans Warped Tour, Identity Festival, Uproar Festival, Lollapalooza, Farm Aid, Lilith Fair, Family Values Tour, and many more. The pavilion was featured on a 2002 episode of The Daily Show.
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