Cheryl Wheeler, Patty Larkin, Jazz and more at Prescott Park

Cheryl Wheeler Wednesday Night!
Patty Larkin, Jason Spooner, Jon Nolan and Martin England on Saturday, Jazz Fest Sunday.




What a week coming up at Prescott Park!


The River House Restaurant Concert Series continues on Wednesday night (7pm) with none other than Cheryl Wheeler.


Cheryl is a folk icon who must be seen to be appreciated. From her albums, you can easily tell she's a gifted songwriter with a beautiful voice, but this doesn't prepare you for how entertaining a performer she is. A natural storyteller, Cheryl has a sense of humor that will have you rolling with laughter. I can't wait!!!


Join us for what will prove to be another magical evening in the park.


Then, on Saturday (1pm), join us for our first music festival featuring a stellar array of performers like Patty Larkin, Jason Spooner Trio, Jon Nolan, and 2010 Spotlight Winner Martin England.


And, on Sunday (noon), chill in the park for one of the best-loved jazz festivals around as the 16th Annual Tommy Gallant Jazz Festival takes stage.


You'll find some of the finest jazz musicians from throughout the Northeast  including the Paul Broadnax Quintet, George Garzone Trio, Press Room Trio featuring the Ballow Brothers, and the treasured Seacoast Big Band. 


Forget hefty ticket prices. You can find all the world-class and jaw-dropping music you need right here in the beautiful setting of Prescott Park for a mere $5 - $10 suggested donation.


Click to learn more about what's in store this summer.


See you in the park! 


Ben Sig

Ben Anderson

Executive Director
Prescott Park Arts Festival



Wizard of Oz a SMASH HIT!

The success of collaboration shows itself again!


Two independent organizations working side-by-side? People said we were crazy, destined for failure.


The result of this unique and special partnership can easily be found by watching our co-production of The Wizard of Oz.


Working alongside The Seacoast Repertory Theatre, this magical production is solid proof of the power of working together.


By far our best musical yet, this show is a required addition to your "must see" list this summer. 


Only two-weeks young, this show has already developed a serious buzz. Simply, do not miss it.


The Wizard of Oz runs every Thursday (7pm), Friday (8pm), Saturday (8pm) and Sunday (7pm) until the end of the summer. Two special matinees are also scheduled for July 30 (noon) and August 7 (1pm).


Learn more about The Wizard of Oz by clicking here.