Fans headed for the Aug.1 Triple Threat Tour show at the Mississippi Valley Fair in Davenport, Iowa, should plan to stay for a few days and enjoy the entire fair and the other great entertainment since there are no individual tickets sold for the grandstand shows. The $35 Fun Card is good for all six days of the fair and for the grandstand shows. The Triple Threat Tour opens the fair on Tuesday night while Terri Clark, Brooks and Dunn, the Doobie Brothers, Sugarland and Billy Currington finish out the rest of the week. http://www.mvfair.com/

As they roll through Colorado for the next show, Restless Heart is making a stop at the Jones Radio Network Studios in Denver for an extended interview session. The network is America’s leading independent radio programming company. Through its subsidiaries, the company serves more than 5,000 radio stations with a full menu of radio programming and services. JRN’s personality lineup includes Country radios hottest star Lia, heard Monday through Saturday from 7 p.m. to midnight on more than 175 stations; Danny Wright All Night, now on 100 stations from nidnight to 6 a.m., seven days a week; and GAC’s Classic Country Weekend with Bill Cody. Air date is not set, yet, but will be published on this site as soon as possible.

Whiskey River Saloon, Grand Junction, Co., is the site for the Aug. 3 Restless Heart show. This should prove to be a fun audience – one online reviewer said the Whiskey River clientele would make a “good movie bar fight crowd.”

It’s back to a family friendly environment on Aug. 4 when the Triple Threat Tour performs at the Sweetwater County Fair in Rock Springs, Wyo. All concerts at Wyoming’s Big Show are free with paid fair admission. Seating for the concerts is festival style. http://www.sweetwaterevents.com/wbs.html

With no rest for the weary (or is that wicked) Restless Heart takes the stage at 8 p.m. at the Unitah Basin in Celebration, Aug. 5 in Roosevelt, Utah. This 100 year celebration brings thousands of people home to the Uintah Basin to renew friendships and celebrate the unique culture of Northeastern Utah. Family activities include swimming, bowling, children’s games, and a local art and photography show. Bring blankets and chairs and stake out your space on the lawn at the amphitheater. For more information contact Chad Mortensen at 722-2143 or the Duchesne County Area Chamber of Commerce 722-4598.

The ProRodeo Hall of Fame Arena is the site for the Aug. 6 show at 8 p.m. in Colorado Springs, Co. It’s time for RoughStock 2006. A two day pass is $40 and includes shows by Ricochet, Trent Willmon, Cowboy Crush and more. http://ticketswest.rdln.com/EventDetails.aspx?evt=48424

On Aug.7, Restless Heart headlines the Laramie County Fair, performing in the Frontier Park Arena, Cheyenne, Wyoming. As the oldest and largest exhibitor county fair, this promises to be a great day for the family capped off by the evening performance. http://www.laramiecountyfair.com