Enjoy rock-steady music and mellow vibes with thousands of mountain bikers, plus their friends & family, 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 Beer Garden will open near the finish line on Saturday at 10 am, making for the perfect place to unwind with an oat soda while glorious music fills the air into the evening.
– 2020 TBA soon –
Saturday, April 27th
Roger Clyne and The Peacemakers – 7 pm
The “Springsteen of the Southwest” is back to rock Prescott’s historic Whiskey Row. Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers will be returning as our musical headliner, taking the stage at 7 pm. With roots that run deep, starting in the mid-1990s with The Refreshments, they have grown to an independent band with a genuine connection with its fans. RCPM is fresh off their 10th studio album in 20 years – “Native Heart” – and their legacy continues with their unique American Southwest rock and roll sound.
Opening for RCPM at 5 pm on Saturday is Arizona’s finest purveyors of punkgrass, Haymarket Squares. Known for long sets and short songs, fast tempos, and a blindingly fast mandolin, this righteous anger meets 4-part harmony sound will be sure to bring the ultimate moshpit hoedown!
At 2:30pm Vacation Day will take the stage with a presentation of stylistically eclectic songs filled with inspiration and vibe to keep the good times rolling after Prescott’s own, The Cross-eyed Possum starts off the Concert Series at 1 pm. Starting the day off right at 11:30am is Prescott’s own, South of Winslow, an Eagles Tribute Band, performing hits admired by all generations.