The Elks Theater and Performing Arts Center, (ETPAC) was built by the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks, Lodge # 330 in 1905; listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
The 487 seat Theater, fully remodeled, has been restored to it's original turn of the century style and beauty inside and out. With stadium style seating and opera boxes there is not a bad seat in the house. The Theater is the perfect place in the Quad Cities to see a musical show, a theatrical presentation or hold a graduation or dance. It is also available to lease for weddings, musical presentations or business meetings.
The Performing Arts Center occupying the top two floors of the Theater complex finished remodeling in 2016. The second floor has two dance halls, each over seven hundred square feet with state of the art music systems, lighting and temperature controls. Dance Hall 1 has a professional Sprung Marley floor with Ballet Barre while Dance Hall 2 sports a floating Hickory surface. Complementing the dance halls on the second floor are five Wenger "SoundLok" Music isolation booths for voice and instrumental practice.
On the third floor of the Performing Arts Center there are two event halls with a total floor capacity of up to 200 people. Event Hall 1 also has a full kitchen attached. It is the newest place in Prescott surrounding the Courthouse Square to hold your reception, party, Quinceanera, business meetings or seminars.
The ETPAC is a 501c3 charitable organization. As part of the purchase agreement from the city an endowment was set up for the perpetual operation and maintenance of the Theater and Performing Arts Center.
The mission of the ETPAC is to enhance the community of Prescott by providing space for practice, rehearsal and training of the performing arts.
All spaces are available for the community, please inquire for rates and availability.
Theater Information; 928-777-1370
Performing Arts Center Information; 928-756-2844
The Prescott Film Festival is a 100% volunteer organization dedicated to promoting Tourism in Prescott and the quad city area through independent film and filmmakers. Each month we screen a short feature and usually have a guest filmmaker for a Q&A with the audience. We are at the beautiful Yavapai College Performance Hall on select Wednesday evenings and the first film starts at 6:30 pm. Our multi-day festival is August 6, 7 & 8th and we will be marketing the festival across Arizona (focusing on Phoenix, Tucson and Sedona) and also in New Mexico and Los Angeles area. Both the Sedona International Film Festival and the Phoenix Film Festival are assisting us with getting the word out about|the festival and allowing us 'backstage access' to their very successful festivals. Our |many sponsors can be found on our website, and we are very excited about the high level of support we have found in our wonderful Prescott community! Announcements of upcoming films and trailers can be found on our website, www.prescottfilmfestival.com
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Four concerts per year for the area. The performers are all volunteers and include performers of all ages. Middle school and up. The organization donates money to school music programs & the quad-city area and have an endowed scholarship fund at Yavapai College.
We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that performs classical orchestral concerts for the greater Prescott area. We provide educational and enrichment opportunities for children and senior citizens, offer performances and learning opportunities for music students with world class musicians, and give scholarships to students to further their musical education.
YMCA is an international non-profit organization that serves to address community needs such as youth, childcare, enrichment, pre-school, swim & scuba lessons, youth leadership programs and adult obesity.
The Yavapai Symphony Association is a cultural, non-profit corporation founded in 1967 with the mission to provide and deliver relevant and entertaining quality
classical symphonic music content and performances to the local Prescott area.
For over 50 years YSA has fulfilled this mission by producing an annual 7 concert series of performances by the renowned Phoenix Symphony at the Yavapai Performing Arts Center. Our concert season runs on Sunday afternoons from September through May. Tickets can be purchased for the entire season as well as for individual performances.
Our current schedule of performances, world class guest soloists, and ticket prices can be obtained by visiting our site at www.yavapaisymphony.org
Tickets can only be purchased by:
Visiting our office at 228 North Alarcon, Prescott from 9am to 2pm Monday through Thursday or
Calling our office at (928) 776-4255
SEE YOU AT THE SYMPHONY!
The Northern Arizona Suns will tip off the 2016-17 season, their inaugural campaign in Prescott Valley, when the team hosts the Iowa Energy at Prescott Valley Event Center on Saturday, November 12. The NAZ Suns will open the regular season with 11 of its first 15 games set to take place at home.