Join Epic Rides, the City of Prescott and the Eagles Aerie 3600 Chapter for free live music Friday, April 28th at 5:30p and from 10a – 8p Saturday, April 29th on the lawn of the Courthouse Square in downtown Prescott. Days of rock steady music and mellow vibes includes a canned good drive for the Yavapai Food Bank – ALL attendees are requested to bring two canned goods for donation at the Food Bank tent.
The venue is perfect for reveling in the day’s effort as participants cross the nearby finish line from their challenging mountain bike ride in Prescott National Forest and even better for the boot scoot’n type as the sun sets over Thumb Butte directly west of the outdoor stage.
Once the concert concludes, attendees are encouraged to make the short migration across the street from the Courthouse Square to Whiskey Row, a historic landmark in the Old West mountain town formerly used to house bars and brothels. As of late, the brothels have made the jump to restaurants while the bars remain intact and fully functioning.
With thousands of mountain bikers, plus their friends and family members in town for the weekend, Prescott, Arizona is a town packed with mountain bike culture and promise for a better world through healthy outdoor pursuits.
With great cooperation from Yavapai County and the Prescott Downtown Partnership, the Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Beer Garden will open near the stage area Saturday at 11a, expanding to the beautiful south Courthouse lawn at 2p, and making for the perfect place to unwind with an oat soda while glorious music fills the air into the evening.