Picklesburgh is the destination for all things pickled.
A culinary celebration that goes beyond the dill pickle, Picklesburgh celebrated its inaugural year in 2015 on the Rachel Carson (9th Street) Bridge and has quickly become a Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania tradition.
2019 Festival Dates, Times, & Location:
July 26 – 28, 2019
Friday and Saturday: Noon – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday: Noon – 6:00 p.m.
Roberto Clemente (6th Street) Bridge & Ft. Duquesne Boulevard between Stanwix and 7th Streets.
Admission is always free.
- The countdown to Picklesburgh 2019 is on! Download the press release announcing this year’s vendors and activities.
- Now in its fifth year, Picklesburgh is doubling in size for 2019, which means more ways to experience all the pickled fun. Download the press release announcing Picklesburgh’s expansion.
- Earlier this year, after weeks of dedicated voting by passionate pickle fans, Picklesburgh was named the #1 Best Specialty Food Festival in America by readers of USA Today. Download the press release announcing Picklesburgh’s win.
Photos are available for download here. No commercial use of photography is permitted without prior permission. Please photo credit: “Renee Rosensteel for the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership.”
Support for Picklesburgh:
Picklesburgh is produced by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership and presented by KraftHeinz, with support from the Pittsburgh Pickle Co., Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jim Shorkey Auto, KDKA-TV2, the Pittsburgh CW, Q92.9FM, BobFM, and YaJagoff! the Pittsburgh Podcast.
About the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership:
The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership (PDP) is a dynamic, nonprofit organization comprised of business and community leaders, property owners, civic organizations, foundations and residents who provide energy, vision, and advocacy for Downtown Pittsburgh. Working collaboratively with its partners, the PDP strives to create a positive Downtown experience for residents, workers and visitors alike. The PDP’s strategic initiatives include clean and safe services, transportation, and economic development and advocacy. For more information, visit www.DowntownPittsburgh.com.
The PDP also develops and implements some of Pittsburgh’s most successful and imaginative events, including Comcast Light Up Night, the Market Square Farmers Market, Night Markets, Yoga in the Square, and the Peoples Gas Holiday Market.