MegaZound, West Virginia's largest sound and concert production company's "Big Rig" will set the stage for the Appalachian Classic's Saturday, June 15, evening concert.

Planet 22 and Prophet's Thumb among others will perform for Classic participants and spectators.

The concert is free, but donations for the park are gladly accepted. Bring your blankets and chairs and enjoy an evening under the stars.See Appalachian Classic

Planet 22 is a five-piece free-form-funk-folk-fusion jam band based in State College, Pennsylvania with time-tested local following. Planet 22 is manned by Caleb Gwinn on guitar, Jack Ray on saxophone, Eli Gwinn on keys, Joe Speers on bass and Josh Gwinn on drums. With their hearts in the grass-roots music movement, they have headlined numerous music festivals and benefit concerts for the past five years as well as radio shows.

Planet 22

Prophet's Thumb performs high energy alternative, acoustic and electric jammin', with a taste of mountain music. For more information on the local band see their web site Prophet's Thumb

Prophet's Thumb

MegaZound's sound stage

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