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Rivers Casino Pittsburgh host The Bill Henry Band

29 March 2021

(PRESS RELEASE) -- The Bill Henry Band will bring its R&B show — featuring hits off their album "Ride," including their #1 Indie Soul track "Slow Down" — to The Event Center at Rivers Casino Pittsburgh on Saturday, 24 April, at 7 p.m.

In keeping with recently revised guidelines from the Commonwealth, The Event Center will now allow up to 25% indoor occupancy.

The Bill Henry Band’s stylings effortlessly segue through R&B, soul, funk and hip-hop. The band's performances are well-rehearsed and of high quality — perfect for a standalone performance or an opening act. The Bill Henry Band has opened for R&B acts including Boney James, Tom Browne, Avant, Case, Bobby Valentino, Lakeside, and ZAPP, to name a few.

Tickets are $10, and attendees must purchase a minimum of two. Tickets are on sale now at and at the Rivers Casino Gift Shop. Beverages will be available for purchase in the room.

"The Bill Henry Band is one of Pittsburgh’s top R&B acts, and we’re excited to have them back here for a great night of music," said Shannon Redmond, vice president of marketing at Rivers Casino Pittsburgh.

All COVID-19 health and safety protocols remain in place, including wearing of masks or approved face-coverings, temperature checks, and social distancing for guests and Team Members, with no exceptions. The Rivers Clean Team continues to work around the clock to keep the casino safe and sanitized. Air filtration technology from airPHX and AtmosAir runs 24/7 property wide, continuously disinfecting surfaces and indoor air.

Rivers Casino Pittsburgh follows best practices from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and meets or exceeds all COVID-19 Casino Reopening Protocols outlined by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB). Additionally, Rivers Casino adheres to all guidelines issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and meets all operating requirements set by the Allegheny County Health Department.

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