The 63rd Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival is excited to announce that Restless Heart, will be headlining the festival in downtown Warren Saturday night, June 15, 2019. Opening for Restless Heart will be Fortunate Sons + One.

Bring your lawn chairs and get ready for a great festival in Warren, Arkansas just 2 1/2 hours from Texarkana and "Worth the Drive".

Friday, June 14th, Parker Mckay and Blane Howard will take the first night of entertainment.

Parker McKay

Parker McKay is described on the BCPTF Facebook page:

Parker McKay will be taking the stage as the opening act for the 63rd annual Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival Entertainment on Friday night, June 14th.

McKay is a rising country artist in the Nashville music scene. The native singer songwriter has established herself in Nashville as the breath of fresh air that pop-county needs.

Do you remember when Mario interviewed Blane Howard in the Kicker studios?

Yeah, that guy!

Saturday night the show will open up with Fortunate Sons + One, playing a mixture of the very best of classic rock from the 60’s & 70’s, plus blues, classic and today’s county hits. Songs from CCR, ZZ Top, The Eagles, Journey, Linda Ronstadt, Martina McBride and many others. Band members include Kenneth McDougald, Phil Wallace, Tommy Amasa, Nick Callaway and Tricia West.

Restless Heart personified the progressive county sounds of the 80's. You will instantly recognize the flawless harmonies of all five original members including John Dittrich, Paul Gregg, Dave Innis, Greg Jennings and Larry Stewart. With an early ACM award, gold and platinum records and multiple number 1 hits to their credit, this year’s 35th anniversary tour will include concert, festival, symphony and Christmas shows.

Numerous Restless Heart singles have charted over the years including “Why Does It Have to Be (Wrong or Right)” and “The Bluest Eyes in Texas” are just a few of the timeless hits that have left their mark on the genre. “I’ll Still Be Loving You” remains on the list of 50 top country love songs of all time and they’ve also achieved cross-over success, rare in the music world, with “When She Cries”, named BMI Song of the Year, followed by another top ten crossover single, “Tell Me What You Dream”.

The Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival Info:

The Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival™ is one of the oldest continuous running festivals in the state of Arkansas and has something for everyone – food, shopping, arts, crafts, contests, pageants, parade, carnival, games, live music – you name it, it’s probably there. …All in celebration of that symbol of Bradley County – the tomato.

For more information follow the festival on Facebook and on their website at PinkTomatoFestival.com.