It's almost St. Patrick's Day and this weekend's Penn's Peak performance will get you in the spirit a little early.

Rhythm in the Night, The Irish Dance Spectacular is currently in the middle of its fifth anniversary tour and is set to perform at Penn's Peak Saturday night.

It's not the first time the group has taken the stage in Jim Thorpe and Justin Boros, the creator of the production, says it's become one of his favorites.

"It's an amazing venue. It's my favorite venue because backstage if you look on the walls, there's all kinds of performers...rockstars, country singers...everyone has performed there," said Boros.

Rhythm of the Night features twenty unique dancers. From ages 16 to 36, the cast represents multiple countries. Dancer Hannah Shackley comes all the way from New Zealand.

"I didn't know anyone coming into the tour but everyone's been really lovely and welcoming and we're all getting along," said Shackley.

When lead dancer Eoin Halpin isn't stepdancing, he's running his dental practice in New Jersey.

"It's a little different, people are kind of surprised when I tell them. My patients enjoy it when I tell them, it's different," said Halpin.

Saturday's show at Penn's Peak starts at 8 o'clock and is sold out.