Lead guitarist Jeff Ballew said the show is a high-energy classic rock performance that will appeal to people of all ages.
"We do anything and everything to make it sound like it did on the Eagles' albums," said Ballew. "If you closed your eyes while we play, you'd swear the Eagles were really there."
Desperado plays everything live, using a variety of instruments, including 13 guitars, to emulate the sound of the Eagles. During the 90-minute set, Desperado will perform about 15 songs, including the hit "Hotel California."
Ballew and his bandmates, Aaron
Broering, Kevin O'Connell, John Morrison and Brad Zapper, have been performing
Eagles' songs for almost five years.
The Eagles, who were known for their hybrid of country and rock, were popular in the 1970s.
Ballew said the Eagles have great appeal because they are like an American version of the Beatles.
Recreation supervisor Tom Burt said people should come out early with their lawn chairs and blankets to claim their spots in
"I would expect (Desperado) to draw a pretty good crowd. They are well known in the area," said Burt.
Starry Nights will go on hiatus for the Fourth of July weekend and CornFest. The next concert will take place July 14 when Mystique brings Latin rock and soul to City Park.