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Q: Where is the best place to park for this year's Regatta?

There are plenty of lots and garages around the event perimeter and downtown. For an easy overview of their locations, < click here >

Q: How much is parking?

Parking prices vary depending upon which lot you choose. Check the online map of the lot prices by < clicking here >

Q: What are the river restrictions for this year's Regatta?

The U.S. Coast Guard, along with Homeland Security, mandates all river restrictions for the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta. View the complete list of river restrictions by clicking here.

Q: What are the river restrictions during the fireworks?

The U.S. Coast Guard, along with Homeland Security, mandates all river restrictions for the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta. View the complete list of river restrictions by clicking here.

Q: Can I bring my pet?

Yes, but there are rules to observe if you do. Because the Regatta is an outdoor, family event, we ask that dogs and other permitted pets remain leashed at all times while enjoying the festival. Point State Park regulations require pets to be leashed.

Q: Can I bring a cooler?

Yes, you may bring your cooler to this year's EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta.

Q: Can I bring my own alcohol/beer?

Alcoholic beverages/beer are not permitted.

Q: Can I bring my own food?

Yes, you may bring your own food but food at the event is reasonably priced, with lots of delicious variety. We strongly recommend our many different food concessions, found at all of our venues this year.

Q: Are there food vendors on site?

Yes, this year's EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta will have a number of different food vendors on site offering a wide variety of foods, drinks and desserts.

Q: How many different venues make up the Regatta?

The EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta encompasses three different venues:

Q: What is the walking distance between the venues?

It is approximately 900 feet between each of the three venues at this year's EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta.

Q: What do you have for kids to do?

Regatta has an outstanding “Kids Zone” in Point State Park complete with a misting tent, inflatables, petting zoo, games, face painters, caricature artists and a fantastic art project titled: Moving the Lives of Kids Mural Project.

Q: Can I bring my own lawn chair or blanket to the events?

Yes, we encourage it.

Q: Is there any seating for the events?

Due to the volume of spectators, Regatta does not provide individual seating areas.

Q: How much does the Regatta cost?

It's all FREE. There is no admission fee and no charge for any of our concerts, acts, activities or events.

Q: Is the Regatta handicap accessible?

Yes, the events and activities at this year's EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta are handicap accessible.

Q: Where are the restrooms located?

There will be Portable Restrooms conveniently located throughout all three major venues of the event.

Q: Besides the website, where else can I find out more information about this year's events and acts?

Become a fan of the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta at www.facebook.com/threeriversregatta and learn more about this year's events and acts and to participate in this year's contests.

Q: What are the hours of this year's event?

Generally speaking, the Regatta opens at noon and runs to approximately 9:30 p.m. each night. Check the event schedule for a complete list of individual start times.

Q: Still have questions?

E-mail us at: Regattamediacontact@gmail.com

Go Ahead, Ask Us!

Check out our list of most Frequently Asked Questions about the Regatta, answered here to help make your time at the event carefree and enjoyable.

Can't find the answer you're looking for?

E-mail us at Regattamediacontact@gmail.com ... we're always looking to update the list with useful tips and info for all spectators.

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