Join Us for She Sings 2020

At Blackburn Center, we are fortunate to have the support of members of the community. Individuals, businesses and organizations donate, volunteer, and otherwise contribute to our mission. One great example of this type of support is She Sings: An Evening of Art and Music. This event will take place on March 28, 2020 at 7 p.m. at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Campana Chapel.

This event was founded by Lauren Condon of The Heavenly Biscuits. Originally titled “Chicks with Picks,” the name was changed to “She Sings” in 2018. This year marks the fourth event that Lauren has hosted to benefit Blackburn Center — and the third annual She Sings concert.

She Sings will feature talented female artists:

  • The Heavenly Biscuits, Lauren Condon and Vanessa Beggs

  • Meredith Holliday

  • Detention, Jane Debone and Amanda O’Leary

  • Antolena

Each year, these women give an amazing concert to a packed house — playing crowd-pleasing favorites as well as original works.

She Sings 2019. Photo Credit: Anthony Frazier

In addition to music, the evening will include an array of art and baskets donated by local businesses and individuals. You can purchase tickets for a chance to win your favorite items. As with tickets for the concert, all proceeds from the baskets and art will go directly to Blackburn Center.

She Sings is truly a community event, with each artist involved donating her time and talent. The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg has donated the use of Campana Chapel, food and beverages for the event (through food service provider Chartwells), as well as a sound system and the use of a sound tech for the concert. The University is also covering the cost of admission for all students. And The Heavenly Biscuits have worked their magic in pulling it all together. .

In 2019, She Sings raised over $3,000 for Blackburn Center, and played to a crowed that filled over half of the chapel. We can’t wait to see how many people come together to support these generous women and this wonderful event in 2020!

All are welcome at this event — including kids! We hope to see you there!

Date & Time: March 28, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

Location: University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Mary Lou Campana Chapel

Tickets: $15 per person, with all proceeds benefitting Blackburn Center; free for University of Pittsburgh students

Reserve Tickets: call 412-554-9762 or email

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