Lost Highway, The Hank Williams Story
Famous Old Time Music
Times: Fri. 07:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
20322 US 33
Produced by Grand Lake Theatrix, Lost Highway is the true story of the talented but tragic singer/songwriter Hank Williams, SR. Featuring all of Hank's hit songs, the show follows Hank from boyhood through national stardom on the Grand Ole Opry through his death from drug and alcohol abuse. If you like Hank's music, this is the show for you. Show is $10. Dinner is priced separately and served from 6-7pm Showtime: 7pm
Sidney High School
Times: Sun. 07:00 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.
1215 Campbell Rd
This 1950's quartet is best known for hits like "Why Do Fools Fall in Love", "Church Bells May Ring", and "Little Darlin." There is no age barrier with The Diamonds, as kids from 1 to 92 enjoy their tight harmonies, humor, and lively choreography. Having sold over 40 million records, The Diamonds have appeared 33 times on American Bandstand. They have performed in a myriad of surroundings, with Symphony Orchestras, in major concert halls, on cruise ships, and have toured throughout the world in countries such as England, Ireland, Brazil, Chile, Korea, and Japan. The Diamonds have appeared with the likes of Joan Rivers, Crystal Gayle, Frankie Avalon and Red Skelton.