Opened as Coca-Cola Starlake Amphitheatre in 1990 with rocker Billy Joel performing, First Niagra Pavilion is a popular outdoor ampitheatre located in rural Washington County.
Rain or shine, every summer some 40 national acts perform at the venue, which can accommodate approximately 23,000 fans --- 7,100 in a reserved seating open-air pavilion and an additional 16,000 on a general admission lawn.
The ampitheatre is owned and operated by Live Nation, a California company that promotes or produces over 22,000 events across the country. The venue is named after First Niagra, a bank founded in 1870 and based in Buffalo, New York that expanded into the Pittsburgh area in 2009.
Varies per show.
The pavilion has its own parking facilities.