Prescott Park Arts Festival: What’s Happening
The 2018 Prescott Park Arts Festival returns with a full season of music, theater and entertainment, right in downtown Portsmouth's beautiful Prescott Park. Here's what's coming up next:
MARCH 9, 2018
Red Hook Brewery is once again hosting an evening of wits, revelry and delicious local fare in support of the festival's 2018 season. The greatest pub trivia event on the seacoast. Nearly twenty teams will compete to be the Knock-Out Champions and bring home the Grand Prize! Teams - come in costume and win a fantastic prize! Reserve your table now before they sell out!
JUNE 2, 2018
The annual WOKQ Chowder Festival offers some of the best Chowder on the Seacoast. Each year, more than 4,000 people help kick off the Prescott Park Arts Festival summer season by enjoying more than 500 gallons of piping hot chowder served up for tasting.
About Prescott Park Arts Festival:
Prescott Park Arts Festival celebrates its 44th season of presenting music, art, theater and dance on the banks of the Piscataqua River. Since 1974, it has successfully reached over 3.5 million people through more than 10,000 productions offered at no fixed admission.
The primary objective of the Festival is to provide quality family entertainment, promote artistic excellence in the community and maintain quality presentations of both entertainment and educational events. Implicit in this charge is the exercise of cultural leadership, sensitivity to the community and fiscal responsibility.
Located on 3.5 acres in beautiful downtown Portsmouth, the arts festival has a long and rich history of successfully presenting the arts with no fixed admission. Because of this policy, many people have their first experience with a live performance at Prescott Park.
None of this is possible without the support of the many individuals and businesses in our community who join us as Members, Sponsors and Advertisers or give a donation at the gate.