Styx to Perform at Benefit Concert for Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children
Styx, best known for their hard-rock guitar riffs and pop rock sound, will be moving their arena style show to a more intimate setting this November.
The band, which originally formed in 1970, will be coming to The Music Center at Strathmore to perform a benefit concert for Montgomery County based non-profit, Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children (CSAAC). CSAAC provides direct services to children and adults diagnosed with autism across their lifespan.
On Nov. 10th at 8 p.m., Styx will be performing a mix of their chart-topping hits at Strathmore. A guitar signed by the band will also be auctioned off at the end of the show.
You can find out more about Styx and listen to clips of their music on the band’s website.