AcoustiCafé Open Stage. Club Café. 7 p.m.
Mark Pipas as The Sleaze. Club Café. 10:30 p.m.
JazzLive. Featuring Patrick Arena. Backstage Bar at Theatre Square. 7 p.m. 412.456.6666.
Calliope Acoustic Open Stage. Bloomfield Bridge Tavern. 9 p.m. 412.361.1915.
Pittsburgh Banjo Club. Allegheny Elks Lodge #339. 8 p.m. 412.321.1834.
Rock ’n’ Roll Wednesday. Atria’s Restaurant & Tavern at PNC Park. 6 p.m.
Etta Cox. Local singer performs jazz standards. Firehouse Lounge. 8 p.m.
Fashion: Fran on Fashion. Screening of Andy Warhol’s cable TV series. Andy Warhol Museum. 12:30 p.m.
Boy Eats Girl/Dead and Breakfast. Andy Warhol Museum. 7 p.m.
Station Square Street Jam. Featuring Good Brother Earl, a local rock band. Station Square. 5 p.m.
Rascal Flatts. The concert also features Taylor Swift. Post-Gazette Pavilion. 8 p.m. 724.947.7400.
Old Mill. Modern rock band made up of native Pittsburghers. Club Café. 10:30 p.m.
Mötley Crüe. Post-Gazette Pavilion. 5 p.m. Tickets start at $29.50. 412.323.1919.
Alphaville. Regent Square Theater. 8 p.m.
Marc Unger. Funny Bone. Aug. 28–30.
Andy Warhol’s TV on Saturday Night Live. Andy Warhol Museum. Aug. 29–31.
Pittsburgh New Works Festival. Open Stage Theatre. Sept. 4–28.
My Winnipeg. Named Best Canadian Film at the 2007 Toronto Film Festival. Regent Square Theater. Aug. 29–Sept. 10.
Baghead. Largely improvised 2008 horror film. Actors seclude themselves in a cabin in the woods, only to find out that they’re not alone. Harris Theater. Sept. 5–11.
Death of a Salesman. Pittsburgh Playhouse. Sept. 4–21.
Remembering Hiroshima, Imagining Peace. 707/709 Penn Avenue Galleries. Sept. 5–27.
Wicked. Popular musical telling the story of the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz. Benedum Center. Sept. 3–Oct. 5. 412.456.4800.
From The Alley. Exhibit showcasing artwork by local artist Anne Lee. Her works portray Pittsburgh scenes, including those of her neighborhood. Trinity Gallery. Sept. 7–Oct. 11.
Treading Water. Local artist Tim Oliveira displays pop art paintings. Slaughter House Gallery & Studios. Sept. 6–Oct. 18.
Your Town, Inc. This exhibit, which is inspired by the artist’s new book, takes a look at what Americans and people everywhere have done with abandoned buildings. The exhibit shows 80 photographs of the buildings as they are used now. Regina Gouger Miller Gallery. Aug. 29–Nov. 23.