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Post-Gazette Pavilion
Coordinates 40°25′12″N 80°26′03″W / 40.420067°N 80.434044°W / 40.420067; -80.434044Coordinates: 40°25′12″N 80°26′03″W / 40.420067°N 80.434044°W / 40.420067; -80.434044
Type Outdoor amphitheatre
Location Burgettstown, Pennsylvania
Owner Live Nation
Former name(s) Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater
Seating type reserved, lawn

The Post-Gazette Pavilion (sponsored by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette), formerly known as the (Coca-Cola) Star Lake Amphitheater, is an outdoor amphitheater in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, United States, 25 miles west of downtown Pittsburgh via US 22. The Post-Gazette Pavilion is owned and operated by Live Nation.

Post-Gazette Pavilion holds approximately 23,000 fans - 7,100 in a reserved seating open-air pavilion and an additional 16,000 on a general admission lawn. In 2006, the venue hosted 29 concerts, 5 of which were sell-outs: Rascal Flatts, Jimmy Buffett, Dave Matthews Band, Kenny Chesney and Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers. In 2009, the venue hosted sold-out crowds for Phish, Jimmy Buffett. Dave Matthews Band played two shows at the venue, however neither sold out. Live Nation erroneously announced on their website that the shows were sellouts, with the venue itself announcing that roughly 4,000 seats went unsold. On August 14, 2009 blink-182 played in front of a crowd of 29,000 people.

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