Three concerts are on the Penn's Peak schedule for this weekend.
Tonight, Styx will be performing beginning at 8 p.m.
The Outlaws with special guest Blackberry Smoke take the stage to rock the venue tomorrow night at 8 o'clock.
On Sunday, country music sensation Trace Adkins makes a return here at 8 p.m., with newcomer Kip Moore opening.
Styx has garnered several albums with platinum certification. Their hits include "Come Sail Away," "Renegade," "Blue Collar Man" and "Fooling Yourself."
The 80's would allow the band the biggest hit of their career, "Paradise Theater."
In the mid 80's, Styx went on a hiatus with the majority of the members pursuing solo projects. They reunited for a full-on reunion tour in 1996, which resulted in a sold-out success that no one in the band was expecting. As a result, Styx released a live album/video called Return To Paradise in 1997.
The Outlaws of today are on the threshold of a new era with their guitar-driven country rock sound. The band has endured much sorrow over the years with the loss of members Frank O'Keefe, Billy Jones and, most recently, Hughie Thomasson. But original singer/songwriter/ guitarist Henry Paul and original drummer/songwriter Monte Yoho are forging ahead. They have enlisted some new members and they hope to keep the legacy of the Outlaws alive and kicking.
Adkins has a new album with a song that is quickly climbing the charts, an up-beat song "Just Fishing." Other hits he has had include "Every Light In The House," "Honkey Tonk Badonkedonk," and "You're Gonna Miss This."