Are you ready to rock?

30 bands take the stage this weekend in Prescott Valley’s Music Festival

Dollskin. (Courtesy)

Dollskin. (Courtesy)


Dash Cooper’s band CO-OP. (Courtesy)

For two days, on two stages, the Prescott Valley Music Festival will rock the town Saturday and Sunday, May 19-20 at the Theater on the Green, Civic Center Stage, 7501 E. Civic Circle.

This multi-genre concert will feature 15 bands/artists each day from across the country. More than 25 vendor and food booths are available for people to choose their favorite snack or meal.

Presale tickets are $15 for a one-day pass, $25 for both days. At the gate, tickets are $20 one-day pass, $35 two-day pass. Active military pays $13 for a one-day pass, $20 for a two-day pass. Children under 5 are free. Concerts begin at 1 p.m. and play through 10 p.m. Gates open at noon.

For the comfort and safety of all, no pets are allowed, only service animals. Bring blankets and chairs, if you wish. Coolers with water only will be allowed. No tents or umbrellas permitted.

Saturday’s headliners are Dollskin, an all-girl rock n’ roll band under Megadeath’s David Ellefson’s EMP Label Group. On Sunday, find Dash Cooper’s band CO-OP playing. Dash is the son of Alice Cooper and his musical talent should come as no surprise.

Special guests include Vermillion Road, Society Falls, Whstle, Usagi, Well Dressed Mannequins, Emric, Edge of Paradise, Melody Monroe, Danielle Durack, Sammy Maximin, Sam Braxton, Reliance, and The Take Over.

For more information and to see the band line-up, visit

The concert is presented by Green Kite Records, Out of Order Live Music, and the Town of Prescott Valley.