Gary Allan, Jimmy Buffet tribute at Penn's Peak
Amy Miller/TIMES NEWS Gary Allan in previous concert at Penn's Peak. The country singer is making a return visit to the venue on Wednesday, March 27.
Three more spring concerts have been announced for Penn's Peak in Jim Thorpe.
They are "America's Premier Jimmy Buffet Tribute," Changes in Latitude; country music sensation Gary Allan, and The Fab Four, "The Ultimate Tribute."
Tickets for two of the concerts - Changes in Latitude and Gary Allan - go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Changes in Latitude will perform at the venue on Saturday, March 2. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 the day of the concert.
Allan will be returning to Penn's Peak on Wednesday, March 27, riding on the crest of a promising new album which already has produced a hit single. Tickets are $45 for PIT (standing room only in front of stage) and $40.
The Fab Four is coming to the Peak on Friday, June 14. Tickets, which are $24 in advance and $29 at the door, won't go on sale to the general public until Jan. 19.
Meanwhile, performing tomorrow night at Penn's Peak is Dickey Betts, a founder of the Allman Brothers Band.
Opening for Betts and Great Souther is the Scott Weis Band. The concert gets underway at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $32.
Changes In Latitudes is considered the country's premier tribute show to the Mayor of Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffett.
This nationally acclaimed band travels the country with beach balls and leis flying, dancing conga lines, and "Trop Rock" fun for all.
Over their 10-year history, the band has travelled from Maine to Barbados, Cape Cod to Chicago. From the 900-seat Walt Disney Theaters aboard the Disney "Magic" and "Wonder" cruise ships, to the National Hamburger Festival in Akron, OH, in front of 6,500 fans looking for their "Cheeseburger In Paradise," Changes In Latitudes has thrilled audiences with their amazingly authentic reproduction of the Jimmy Buffett concert experience
You can expect to hear such classics as "Margaritaville", "Come Monday", "Cheeseburger In Paradise", "Volcano", and, of course, "Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes", as well as other crowd-pleasing favorites, like "Brown Eyed Girl", "Southern Cross", "Another Saturday Night", and the Alan Jackson/Jimmy Buffett smash hit "It's Five O'clock Somewhere."
Allan's new album, "Set You Free," is scheduled for release on Jan. 22.
The first single off the LP, "Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)," is already certified gold with over 500,000 downloads. It sold over 112,000 copies in the first week of January.
The song if ranked number five this week by Billboard on the country chart.
Allan has had quite a few major hits over the years including "Watching Airplanes," "Nothing On But the Radio," "Tough Little Boys," and "Life Ain't Always Beautiful."