Prescott AZ Events
Prescott AZ provides events sure to please even the most discriminating. From The World’s Oldest Rodeo to a Prescott Bluegrass Festival, Art Exhibits and the annual Prescott Holiday of Lights parade, you are guaranteed to find an adventure for the entire family to enjoy.
The World’s Oldest Rodeo has been a traditional event since 1888. Sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), the excitement of the rodeo itself along with events for the entire family to do is sure to keep you returning every year.
If the World’s Oldest Rodeo isn’t enough the Prescott Bluegrass Festival will get your toes tapping. The only free bluegrass festival of its kind in the western United States, it boasts roughstock, judged and timed events. You can also enjoy the Prescott Frontier Days ® Inc. Parade along with a rodeo dance.
Shifting seasonal gears, Prescott was designated “Arizona’s Christmas City” by Governor Rose Mofford in the late 1980’s due to the towns tremendous Christmas spirit. The city gears up for the holiday event in late November and one of the highlights of the season is the annual Courthouse Lighting Ceremony, an event that should not be missed.
In all of its rich old west history and at an elevation of over 5,000 feet Prescott has a wonderfully mild four season climate with bountiful sunshine 300 days a year which is perfect for attending a variety of events that also include Native American art shows, Car Shows, Music Festivals and more!
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