It's going to be a very busy weekend at Penn's Peak.

Three events are scheduled. They are:

Ÿ Tonight - 7 Bridges, the Ultimate Eagles Tribute Band, 8 p.m. Tickets are $22 at the door.

Ÿ Saturday - Raymond the Amish Comic, 8 p.m. Opening is guest comedian Chipps Cooney. Tickets are $20 at the door. This event contains adult humor.

Ÿ Sunday - Arrival, the music of Abba, 8 p.m. Tickets $22 and $27.

7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience, is an accurate tribute to the music of the Eagles. Using no backing tracks or harmonizers, 7 Bridges faithfully re-creates the experience of an Eagles concert from the band's most prolific period.

Every show features one brilliant hit single after another with some mighty Don Henley and Joe Walsh surprises sprinkled into the mix. 7 Bridges offers the perfect blend of songs to capture all levels of Eagles devotees.

Raymond the Amish Comic is thrilled to be bringing his stand-up show back to Penn's Peak for his annual July ha-ha.

Raymond has been performing stand-up for the past 22 years. He's a regular guest on the WZZO Morning show with the Bearman and Keith - 95.1FM in the Lehigh Valley. He's also been on the Miserable Men Show on Howard 101 and Opie and Anthony on Sirius Satellite as well as their comedy radio channel.

Raymond has developed a cult-like following selling out small theatre's, firehalls, comedy clubs, fundraising events.

Raymond The Amish Comic was part of the workshop production of Sony Entertainments recreation of The Gong Show Live. Amish Comic was buzzed off Season Five of America's Got Talent in an unprecedented five seconds.

Cooney has entertained audiences doing his stand up comedy act at The Hard Rock Cafe,The Riviera In Las Vegas,The Claridge, and the Borgata in Atlantic City.

He has also performed in New York City at the New York Comedy Club, Dangerfield's, The Improvisation, and the legendary Pip's Comedy Club in Brooklyn.

The Swedish band Arrival is the world's most popular and most selling ABBA show and the only one with exclusive rights (granted by ABBA's original clothing designer Owe Sandström) to identically create exact versions of ABBA's original outfits.

They have been touring since 1995 all over the world.

They perform everything live and they are so convincing that even die-hard ABBA enthusiasts on Swedish radio believed Arrival's version of "Dancing Queen" was really ABBA.

The band recently received exclusive permission from ABBA to perform and record an unreleased ABBA song.