2019 concert series
FREE Concerts on Wednesdays, July 17-August 24 in Pioneer Park on 3rd & Elm Streets in Prineville. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, dinner, and friends! Alcohol is not allowed in the parks. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are welcome!
Don't forget the August 7th concert (Modern Gentleman) will be held as part of the Crook County Fair.
Precious Byrd - July 17
Precious Byrd is one of the most sought after bands in the Pacific Northwest. Voted #1 Party Band in Oregon multiple years running they have played for brands like Nike, Deschutes Brewery, Pendleton Whiskey, and more! Their fresh renditions of modern and classic hits, along with a number of high energy originals are sure to fill the dance floor and get people on their feet!
Joe Shinkle & 99 West - July 24
This country dance band will have you on your feet with the best of country classics and today's country western.
THE ROCK BOTTOM BOYS - July 31
Rock ‘N Roll with Hillbilly Soul! Join Lucky, Red and Henk. “Twisting and warping rock and roll hits” for fans across America! Hold on there because we have…“Tantalizing three part harmonies, superior musicianship and incredible showmanship” that all add up to something that is virtually unmatched in today’s entertainment market…a show that tickles the memories, makes you laugh, and leaves you smiling.
The Modern Gentlemen - August 7
At the Crook County Fair
This dynamic quartet feels very fortunate to be curators of this timeless songbook having worked alongside many of the artists they celebrate. When THE MODERN GENTLEMEN take the stage, they bring their charm, high energy, and spot on vocals with harmonic perfection!
The voices behind FRANKIE VALLI over the past decade!”
Classic Hits. MODERN Style!
The Notables - August 21
The big band era comes alive whenever the Notables Swing Band plays the great swing music of the 1930's - 50's. We are a 17-member band in Central Oregon that provides rousing, live, big band music for dancing and entertainment. Our playlist includes the classic swing music popularized by musicians such as Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Glenn Miller, but also a big variety of more recent favorites, all played with the traditional full sounds of a classic big band. We play to renew the
memories of that music for those who used to dance to swing and, importantly, we play to draw in completely new generations.