Crook County Foundation brings people, resources, and inspiration together for the enrichment of the Community
FREE Concerts on Wednesdays, July 20-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!
THE ROCK BOTTOM BOYS - July 21
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 Band Fresh - July 28
Known as the West Coast's #1 Selena Tribute Band, this group will feature favorite Latin hits, along with country and top 40's. They will have you dancing in the aisle, so practice those Salsa moves!
The Diamonds - August 4
At the Crook County Fair
Through the years since the release of Little Darlin’ THE DIAMONDS have learned one important lesson—the durability of this classic rock and roll music is as much about the future as it is about the past. As a result, THE DIAMONDS continue to expand their audience to this day, performing in a variety of venues and settings worldwide. These performances include — with Symphony Orchestras, in Performing Arts Theatres and major concert halls, on cruise ships, in casinos, at county and state fairs.
High Street Band - August 11
Our "Party Band" is known nationwide for playing the Hottest Dance Hits from the 70s, 80s, 90s and Top 40!
Headlining National Festivals for the PGA Tour and more in all 50 States as well as Cruise Lines in the Caribbean! The High Street Party Band is one of the Top Rated Wedding, Corporate Event and Festival Bands on the West Coast!! Dazzling crowds with the best of MOTOWN…70’S-80’S-90’S DANCE HITS…TOP 40…JAZZ…R&B…BLUES…FUNK…PARTY ROCK N ROLL!
Olivia Harms - August 18
Born and raised on a century farm in Canby, Oregon, Olivia Harms grew up knowing hard work was a way of life. So was music. Olivia’s mom is Joni Harms – singer/songwriter and Western Hall of Fame inductee. Music and hard work went hand in hand for Olivia. She joined her mom on the road playing music before she could walk. Her music includes traditional country tunes as well as her own music.
Olivia will be accompanied by local musicians, the Moss Brothers.