The Carnegie of Homestead was one of the first public libraries founded by Andrew Carnegie to include a 1,047-seat Theater. Its stage has been graced with some of the most prominent, world-renowned performers in entertainment for over 125 years.

The Carnegie of Homestead’s Music Hall is home to Drusky Entertainment. In addition, the Music Hall can be rented out for corporate meetings and conferences, business seminars, ceremonies and presentations, screenings, commencement exercises, school plays, educational classes, and dance recitals. We do not host weddings, receptions, or banquets. Please note that due to our heavy programming schedule, organizations and businesses that are established/existing partners of the Carnegie of Homestead will be given priority over others.

All events should be appropriate to the overall artistic profile of our organization, and align with our mission and vision statements. To be considered for a rental, please fill out the form here.

UPDATE (as of 5/15/2024)

Please note the Music Hall will be closed for renovations from June 17th, 2024 until August 9th, 2024. We will not be accepting any rental inquiries for events looking to be hosted during that timeframe.

The Music Hall is one of Western Pennsylvania’s most beautiful and historic concert halls, featuring:

  • 1,047 seats with great line of sight

  • Handicapped accessible seating and lobby

  • Air conditioning

  • Ample nearby on-street parking (free)

  • Historic and beautiful space

  • Affordable fees and amenities for your event

    • Unfortunately, we do not host wedding events at this time

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