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Robert Coombs, Prescott Chamber of Commerce July 02, 2022 116

It’s Rodeo Week. Need we say more?

Big idea:

  • Rodeo
  • Parade
  • 4th of July Fireworks
  • Read more…

Ride ‘em, Cowboy!

July 1st-3rd

World’s Oldest Rodeo Dances

Depot Marketplace 8PM-1AM / www.worldsoldestrodeo.com 

July 1st-4th

World’s Oldest Rodeo Performances “Celebrating Junior Bonner”

Rodeo Grounds 1:30PM & 7:30PM / $15 / www.worldsoldestrodeo.com 

Downtown Rodeo Experience

Mile High Field 12N-10:30PM / www.worldsoldestrodeo.com 

Saturday,  July 2nd  

Rodeo Parade “Celebrating Junior Bonner”

Downtown Prescott 9AM / www.worldsoldestrodeo.com 

July 2nd & 4th

Live Horse Racing

Arizona Down / Post Time 1:45PM / www.arizonadowns.com

Saturday,  July 2nd

Independence Day Bash!

Hilton Garden Inn 4-9PM / 928-277-4637 www.hilton.com

July 2nd-4th

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Courthouse Plaza 9AM-5PM  / 928-445-5220 / www.prescottdowntown.com 

Mon.July 4th

4th of July Fireworks & Festival

Watson Lake Park 3-10PM / www.prescott.events 

 More Exciting Community Events at www.prescott.org & www.visitarizona.com
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