The July 23 concert was not listed Thursday morning as part of the Styx 2021 tour on the band’s website. However, shows in Fort Wayne, Ind. on July 22 and in York, Pa. on July 24 have been announced.
The band became prominent in the mid-1970s with the single power ballad “Lady.” It was followed with the albums Grand Illusion, which was certified as triple platinum, Pieces of Eight, Cornerstone — yielding the No. 1 single “Babe” — and Paradise Theater.
Styx features original members Chuck Panozzo (bass and vocals) and James Young (lead vocals and guitar), as well as Tommy Shaw (lead vocals and guitar), who joined later and helped Styx rise to fame.
Tickets for the show range from $40-$65 and $165 for a VIP package. They will go on sale at 10 a.m. June 5 at Fraze FanFare in Town & Country Shopping Center and at the Fraze Pavilion Ticket Office on that day only, according to the Fraze website.
They are also available online at etix.com or Charge By Phone 1-800-514-3849.