Jason Isbell, Black Pumas, Lake Street Dive Top First Maple House Music + Arts Festival In Pittsburgh

Maple House Music + Arts Festival will make its debut at Hartwood Acres Park in Pittsburgh, Pa., May 21, topped by Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Black Pumas, Lake Street Dive and Elle King.

Tickets go on sale Friday, March 25.

The event is owned by Pittsburgh record label Maple House and produced by Elevation Festivals, which recently announced lineups for its WonderBus (Columbus), WonderStruck (Cleveland) and first-year WonderRoad festival in Indianapolis.

Maple House President Da’Lyn Bauman stated, “We are so excited to bring this world-class festival to our hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. Our hope is that this festival inspires an even greater community around the local music scene rooted in rock and blues.”

Proceeds from the one-day music fest will benefit the Allegheny Parks, which includes Hartwood Acres Park. Other artists on the Maple House lineup include local band Ghost Hounds, Noah Kahan, Joseph, Ripe, Welshly Arms, Eric Gales, Adia Victoria and Big Sam’s Funky Nation.

Elevation Festivals recently announced a fund-raising initiative to benefit Ukraine, partnering with MedWish International and making a $25 donation for every festival ticket sold within the next 30 days, along with an initial $10,000 donation to cover the cost of shipping for more than 20,000 lbs of supplies to Ukraine.

Vampire Weekend is headlining both WonderStruck In Cleveland and WonderRoad Indianapolis this year, while the Lumineers will be headlining both WonderStruck In Cleveland and WonderBus. Duran Duran and Lorde are the two other headliners for WonderBus, while Lord Huron will serve as the second headliner for WonderRoad Indianapolis.

Maple House tickets start at $59, with discounts for children as well as free entry for those 2 and under.