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Jim Riley, a volunteer for Prescott Frontier Days for over 40 years, sings the National Anthem to kick off the first performance Monday night at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds.
Performed before sporting events and when lowering the flag at night, The United States' national anthem, "The Star Spangled Banner" is a song that every American knows. But where there's a song to be sung, there's also a singer. And for this year's rodeo, there are about six different singers performing the national anthem ...
It'll be strictly blues next week at the Prescott Center for the Arts as Blues Dawg performs on Saturday, July 11. A pure blues band was founded by Joe Neri, who performs guitar and vocals, about 20 years ago.
Rodeo week may be over, but that's no cause to put all the cowboy paraphernalia away. Instead, bring it to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center on Thursday, July 9 for this month's Prescott Opry.
There's always something entertaining to do in Prescott, but sometimes that entertainment might just be a little bit out of the norm.
On Saturday, June 20, JD Productions will present "A Midsummer Night's Queen" Drag Show at Prescott Center for the Arts' Stage Too. Hosted by Kendra Katour, the show also features CoCo St. James, Mya McKenzie and Luna Love St. James.
Heading downtown for some food can cause some serious indecision due to the number of eateries in downtown Prescott. One choice is the Prescott Brewing Company, a brewpub that has been in business for about 21 years.
Spending a day downtown has the chance of sparking up a big appetite that can only be satiated by eating like a cowboy. And for that, there's Lone Spur Café, nestled in the heart of downtown Prescott, serving hearty breakfasts and lunches. After recently reopening following remodeling and expansion, Lone Spur Café not only sees business from local regulars, but from people all over the world.