Prescott Jazz Summit 2012

Our Other Events

The Prescott Jazz Summit has expanded our endeavors to presenting jazz music in the quad-city area all year long, and one of our most successful concert series events in the past has been “Howlin’ at the Highlands” at the Highlands Center for Natural History.  We have also performed free concerts at Courthouse Square in Prescott to large enthusiastic audiences.

We continue to bring musicians to our area to perform for our jazz fans, as well as striving to educate our young people about “America’s True Art Form,” JAZZ MUSIC.

Musicians Announced for 2019 Prescott Jazz Summit (See the Lineup Here!)

Preview the Schedule of events in this year's program! Prescott Jazz Summit Program 2019

The Prescott Jazz Summit is in its nineteenth year as a successful jazz festival, with strong ties to the music education community.  We book well-known jazz musicians from all over the United States and Arizona, as well as many of our own local musicians.  Our musicians this year will perform at Courthouse Square, The Elks Opera House, The Ruth Street Theater at Prescott High School, and The Top of the Elks for our Sunday Brunch, and All-Star Jam Session.  There will be free educational workshops during the day on Saturday at Prescott High School. The festival for 2019 is being held on August 23-25, with a free Courthouse Concert on Tuesday, August 20.

Our Dedication to Music Education

In keeping with our dedication to music education, we have had musical groups make assembly presentations in Prescott schools, as well as schools all over northern Arizona, at no charge to the schools.  These mini-concerts have been very well received by the students, parents and faculty at every school.  We have performed jazz workshops that have been attended by high school jazz bands from all over our state.  We have also donated funds to local high school music programs.

Find Out About This Year's Concerts...

The festival for 2019 is being held on August 23-25, with a free Courthouse Concert on Tuesday, August 20.