The Heinz History Center isn’t the first place you would think of to have an all-night party, and I suppose that’s the beauty in it all, as History Uncorked, an annual fundraising event to support educational programs offered through The Heinz History Center, will open their doors once again to a large crowd of supporters for an evening of music, food, dancing, and other camera-worthy moments that ensue after 4 to 5 hours of steady drinking.
Guests can view the center’s newest exhibit, #Pixburgh, which highlights Pittsburgh’s rich history through 400 images from the center’s photo vault. Guests will have access to the museum’s six floors of other exhibits, and along with food, drinks, and treats from various eateries, Lee Terbosic will do his best David Blaine impression as he performs strolling magic for the audience, and live music will come courtesy of The Delaneys.
For more information, visit The History Center
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