The Carnegie Library Music Hall is a popular music venue in the Pittsburgh area. Though it isn’t as large as some venues in the city, such as Stage AE, Consol Energy Center and the many theaters downtown – Carnegie Library Music Hall hosts some big names in both music and comedy.
Carnegie Library Music Hall is located in Homestead, right near the popular restaurant and shopping destination, The Waterfront. Carnegie Library Music Hall is a unique venue, for the inside is very similar to a small theater. It looks like a down-sized version of the Byham Theater which is located downtown.
The venue is for musical artists, comedic acts and special speakers that can be listened to for fans wanting to sit down in their seats. Shows at Carnegie Music Hall are more intimate and easy going – you certainly don’t have to worry about mosh pits and beer being spilt all over your fancy shoes. The theater has been restored and remodeled, but still has all of the historical features and art that makes the venue unique. The theater has been reconstructed so that all acoustics could be heard from every seat in the venue. Many artists that have performed at Carnegie Library Music Hall have mentioned in interviews that it is one of the best venues to perform in throughout the entire country! Now that is something Pittsburgh should be proud of!
Carnegie Library Music Hall is unique because not only is it a venue for music and comedic acts coming through Pittsburgh to perform, but it also still stands as a library for locals in the area.
If you are looking to catch an intimate show, with no mosh-pitting or viewers standing and dancing, just some easy listening music or comedic acts – be sure to check the schedule that Carnegie Library Music Hall has posted for upcoming concerts and events. The venue is unbeatable and certainly worth the visit.
510 E. 10th Avenue
Homestead – Pittsburgh