“The Local Color Radio Hour,” a variety show packed with music, history, comedy and more, is set to premiere its ninth live show in the River Valley on July 10 at the Harry E. Kelley Riverfront Amphitheater at downtown Fort Smith.

The Boss Tweeds, who describe themselves as “rockabilly roots with a modern twist”, will be among the performers. They performed with Marty Stuart, Rosanne Cash and Arkansauce. They have appeared on stage at the Johnny Cash Heritage Festival, the Arkansas Roots Festival and across the Mid-South. And in 2016, they recorded at Sun Studios in Memphis. Their recent release “Hot Rods to Hell” has aired on national and international radio programs and podcasts.

Special guest Nick Probstfeld, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, will bring original tunes and join the house group for several tunes. Roving Rambling Ranger and Cody Faber, along with his sidekick Shawn Mann, will also perform.

The event will also feature music by Joe Hardin, Maggie Jones, The Numskulls, Dennis Siler, Katrina Brandli, Marion Laird, Kevin Jones and Will McCoy.

Caroline Speir, Executive Director of the Fort Smith Museum of History, will make an appearance to share “Little Known Facts” and talk about what is on display at the museum.

The doors will open at 6 p.m. and the show will begin at 7 p.m. The event is open to all ages. General admission will be $ 15 for adults, $ 5 for ages 6-15, and free for children under 6. Garden chairs are welcome. Food trucks and Kona Ice will be available.

The event is a production of Grand Finale Productions and Spinnin ” Round Productions, and is sponsored in part by Italian restaurant Taliano, German restaurant Emmy, Jennifer and Tom Kelly, Jeremy Wann, lawyer and Yeager Hardware.

For tickets, call (479) 783-7841, or visit fortsmithmuseum.org/event-details/local-color-radio-hour. Proceeds will go to the Fort Smith History Museum.