Carrie Blast Furnaces

Built in 1907, Carrie Furnaces is a National Historic Landmark in Pittsburgh. The former blast furnaces are an extremely rare example of pre-World War II iron-making technology that tower 92 feet over the Monongahela River. This location has a lot of soul and provides a very unique atmosphere for Glory Daze. Guided tours will be available for attendees to learn the significant history of the site.

The show will take place inside the Powerhouse building, with a large adjacent outside Courtyard area between buildings where many vendors will be. Attendees can park their bikes in this outdoor space, creating a secondary ride-in show where prizes will be awarded. There is endless parking on the property and a number of hotels, restaurants, and shopping located less than three miles away at The Waterfront.

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