Thank the Blue Community Concert Featured

The Thank the Blue Community Concert is presented by the Prescott Valley Police Foundation.

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  • The Prescott Valley Police Foundation presents a community concert
  • This is the Thank the Blue event
  • Held at the Prescott Valley Civic Center’s Theater on the Green
  • Bring your own chair or blanket
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Thank the Blue!

Prescott Valley Police Foundation presents Thank the Blue, a community event to show appreciation for our law enforcement officers. 

This free community concert takes place at the Prescott Valley Civic Center’s Theater on the Green. Bring your own lawn chair or blanket to sit on. 

This will take place on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at 7 PM.

The Prescott Valley Police Foundation dedicates this event to the men and women of the Prescott Valley Police Department. 



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