Western Pennsylvania’s KeyBank Pavilion Becomes S&T Bank Music Park Western Pennsylvania’s KeyBank Pavilion Becomes S&T Bank Music Park
Western Pennsylvania’s Keybank Pavilion is heading into its 30th year in Washington County, and now, its unveiled its new name. The outdoor venue has... Western Pennsylvania’s KeyBank Pavilion Becomes S&T Bank Music Park

Western Pennsylvania’s Keybank Pavilion is heading into its 30th year in Washington County, and now, its unveiled its new name.

The outdoor venue has now been named S&T Bank Music Park amid a new sponsor.

“S&T Bank announced today that they will be the new name-in-title sponsor for Live Nation’s outdoor amphitheater, formerly known as KeyBank Pavilion,” the venue said in a statement this week. “Located in Burgettstown, Pa., the newly named “S&T Bank Music Park” will host some of the most popular concerts this summer!”

The facility, located about 25 miles west of Pittsburgh, first opened as the Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater in June 1990 and featured two shows from rock icon Billy Joel. It has since changed names over the years, dubbed the Post-Gazette Pavilion, First Niagara Pavilion, and most recently, the KeyBank Pavilion. It is one of the largest venues in Pennsylvania, offering a capacity of 23,000, including 16,000 lawn seats.

S&T Bank Music Park already has a full lineup for this summer. Ozzy Osbourne and Marilyn Manson will stop at the park in June, followed by shows from Maroon 5 and Meghan Trainor, Journey with The Pretenders, Jimmy Buffett, Chicago with Rick Springfield, and The Black Crowes. The Doobie Brothers and Kiss will round-out summer shows in August.

For more information about the venue, visit stbank.com/landing/musicpark.