Win 2 Free Passes to the Carnegie Museum

One of my favorite things to do in Pittsburgh is to visit one of our many art or historical museums. This month, Geekstar.com is giving away 2 passes to one lucky reader.

How do you win?

Leave a comment below listing one of your favorite events, places, bands, restaurants, or activities you enjoy in Pittsburgh. Why is your choice so stand-out? Leave up to one comment a day through April 15th to increase your chances of winning.

How does geekstar choose a winner?

All of geekstar.com’s readers are so unique and interesting that the best way to choose a comment is by using a handy dandy random number generator! A comment at random will be chosen. Increase your odds by leaving one comment per day. Make sure you leave your email address so I can contact you if you win! (It is not posted on the site.)

Where’d you get those passes?

The Carnegie Museum passes are generously provided by Pittsburgh Budget Cars. Pittsburgh Budget Cars specializes in selling used cars in Pittsburgh to buyers with budgets of $10,000 or less. Thanks Pittsburgh Budget Cars!

What was one Geekstar.com’s favorite Pittsburgh events? I loved the Chris Cornell concert at Starlake Amphitheater (I still call it Starlake) in July 2008. I love Chris Cornell and I love Soundgarden (so excited about the reunion). However, what we all loved most about the concert was FLAG MAN!

Relive this monumental event here…

flag man


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15 Responses to “Win 2 Free Passes to the Carnegie Museum”

  1. Favorite thing to do in Pittsburgh? It’s live music, hands down. Let’s see… today is Thursday. I know Lava Lounge has something cool going on… what else?

    I’ll just go over to Burgh Sounds and see…

    I am always amazed at the diversity of music talent here.

  2. Zenith brunch is one of my fav regular things that occurs in Pittsburgh! They have a lot of cool things in there, plus a bathroom completely decorated in owls !! The food is amazing, especially the peanut noodles, and sometimes you get seated with some cool people.

  3. My favorite event place has to be THE SCHMUTZ LODGE! This Saturday there will be an awesome event including live music, a taco tasting, and even an easter egg hunt.

  4. My new favorite thing is beer tasting night at Bocktown Beer and Grill. Last week they had four chocolate beers for tating! Tasting occurs every Wednesday from 6 – 8 p.m. A big plus is that their food is totally bar and beer appropriate and so so so delicious. Only craft beers on tap as well!

  5. Two of my favorite things to do in the burgh are the Gallery Crawls in the Cultural District and First Fridays on Penn Ave. Both are sweet events because of the art and bands and food, but more because it brings everyone out. What I like about the burgh is it is small and you can run into people you know all over the place.

  6. My favorite new place is the Embury, a vintage handcrafted cocktail bar located underneath the Firehouse Lounge. Went with some friends this Wednesday and it was awesome. Great atmosphere, unique drinks, and very knowledgeable bartender. It is a bit pricey though, $10 per drink not including tip. However, I would recommend it for an upscale night on the town (we all dressed up that night).

  7. We just moved to Brighton Heights, North Side and I’ve fallen in love with Riverview Park. I was born and raised in Pittsburgh (South Hills) and had NO IDEA such a gorgeous park was right in the city! It’s got beautiful trails and picnic areas – it feels so rural that you’d have no idea you’re still in the city.

  8. Rosemary M. Says:

    I love the Frick! The Museum has the most beautiful permanent collection of art and they get some incredible shows there. Right now there is one called “1934” about the art that came out of the depression. On Fridays they have gallery talks; in the summer there are concerts of all kinds, they have the world’s coolest auto museum and the tour of Clayton is amazing. Everything except Clayton is free–yes free! The Cafe is also terrific but sometimes hard to get into without a reservation.

  9. Discovery Church on the South Side. Fantastic. I really feel comfortable and at home there:)

  10. Back in my college days, I would go up to Mt Washington with my friend Jay. We would go up around 12 and smoke and talk and watch the sun rise over the city. Truly an amazing experience.

  11. Third Thursdays at WYEP. It’s free! On the third Thursday of every month they have a local music act come in and play a 45 minute set. They also have complimentary Penn Brewery beers as well as some snacks!

  12. Walking through the strip on Saturdays after eating breakfast at DeLuca’s. I love the energy!

  13. My favorite thing to do in Pittsburgh is visiting the Warhol. No matter what the exhibit is you will always see something new. The starch yet cozy atmosphere is my time warp back to a time when things were blooming and popping.

  14. i love to walk around the reservoir at highland park followed by a lil something at Tazza D’Oro cafe and espresso bar on north highland ave.

  15. There are so many favorites in this city. Number one has to be the Mattress Factory on Pittsburgh’s North Side. It’s an eclectic mix of artists and a freeing experience. Ever changing and always an amazing time, I could spend hours just sitting in the garden.

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