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.