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Based about 25 miles west of Pittsburgh in Burgettstown, PA, the KeyBank Pavilion opened in 1990 with a performance by Billy Joel. The venue changed names in 2010, as the KeyBank Pavilion was previously the Post-Gazette Pavilion from 2000-2009, and the Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheatre from 1990-1999. Today, the KeyBank Pavilion has 7,100 reserved seats and room for another 16,000 on the lawn for a total capacity of 23,000. Everyone from the Grateful Dead to Jimmy Buffett have performed at the KeyBank Pavilion over the years, including numerous music festivals as well.
The VIP and Premium Seating at the KeyBank Pavilion include prime seats and box suites, private VIP entrance, VIP parking closest to the venue, and access to a VIP exclusive club.
Pit seating is available for most shows at the KeyBank Pavilion and is located right in front of the stage. Pit seating is similar to a general admission section, where its standing room only with no assigned seats. This area is great if you are trying to get as close to your favorite artist or band as possible.
The lawn at the KeyBank Pavilion provides a great view of the stage with plenty of room, seating up to 16,000. Located right behind the reserve seating, the lawn is a general admission section, where many like to see their favorite artist or band for an affordable price. Its recommended to arrive early when sitting in the lawn, as it can fill up quick depending on the event. Most people will bring chairs or blankets for sitting on the grass too.
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