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Stage AE moving three concerts indoors due to extreme heat in Pittsburgh

Due to heat, Stage AE moving 3 concerts indoors this week
Due to heat, Stage AE moving 3 concerts indoors this week 01:15

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Stage AE on Pittsburgh's North Shore has announced that three upcoming concerts are being moved indoors due to extreme heat in the area.

The concert venue shared the news on social media that this week's Brothers Osborne, Walker Hayes and The Clarks shows are all being moved away from being held outside.

Most of the Pittsburgh area is under an excessive heat warning through Friday with high temperatures forecasted to be in the mid-90s all week. Cooling centers have been opened throughout the region amid the potential heat wave.

Tickets are available for all three shows. Stage AE's indoor capacity is less than half of its outdoor capacity. 

Over at The Pavilion at Star Lake, the New Kids on the Block concert scheduled for Wednesday is moving forward as planned. To help people deal with the heat, the venue will have courtesy hydration stations, complimentary sunscreen and misting tents.

The venue is also allowing people to bring up to 2 one-gallon containers of water. 

Several thousand customers throughout the area are currently dealing with power outages after severe weather moved through the region on Monday evening. Some customers may not have their power restored until this coming weekend.  

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