reservations recommended

 

dinner seating starts at five thirty pm

show starts at seven fifteen pm

 

see below for show prices - includes dinner

(drinks & tip not included)

Dinner Menu

Choice of

 

Bonner's Prime Rib

Oven Roasted, Palace Spices,

Creamy Horseradish, Au Jus

 

Citrus Salmon

Atlanic Salmon, Citrus Glaze, Oven Baked

 

smothered Chicken

Chicken breast, smothered with grilled onions &

  mushrooms and topped with melted Monterey Jack cheese

An evening with two of America’s favorite song writers!. Bob Henke on guitar & vocals, who played with Glen Campbell for many years; Alan Harkarder on vocals, guitar, bass & keyboard; & Clyde Score on vocals & drums. Hear some of their top hits like America, Song Sung Blue, Rhinestone Cowboy & Wichita Lineman. It’ll be an evening you don’t want to miss!

$37

It’s The Beatles! Well, okay not really, but this show will sure please any Beatles’ fan. Join Brant Hopkins and Kerry Jackson as they bring back great melodies from one of the world’s most celebrated bands. 

$37

South of Winslow, an Eagles Tribute Band comprised of six area musicians, invite you to share in their love for this music. The Eagles - possibly the most widely known and universally loved band of the last 40 years, strikes a chord with everyone. Don’t miss it!

$40

SECOND EAGLES SHOW

ADDED MARCH 5th

TUESDAY

High energy, tight harmonies & fine guitar performed by local favorites, Rick, Ron, Bill & Mary of MacDougal Street West. Their stage presence & humor as well as their musical presentations create a time warp back to the time when life was a little more carefree!

$37

The music of old time true friends, country musicians Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson. Performed by local performers, Danny Romero & Sky Daddy. A fun filled evening of old country classics!

$37

An Evening with Prescott’s Pioneer Families featuring Melissa Ruffner and Gail Steiger. Step into Prescott’s past with historian/writer/Arizona’s Culture Keeper, Melissa Ruffner and cowboy poet/award-winning film maker, Gail Steiger. Natives of Prescott, their families colorful roots have helped shape our city into what it is today.  Music, poems and wonderful stories will highlight this evening. Only here for one appearance this year! Don’t miss it!

$37

Come enjoy a tribute to the music of the only three-time inductee to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Eric Clapton. Performed by Sky Daddy, songs will include Layla, Tears in Heaven, After Midnight, Can’t Find My Way Home, Lay Down Sally and others.

 

$37

Bill has played with many well-known musicians and opened for Country Legend Ian Tyson on his Gravel Road Tour and also opened for Leon Redbone and Leon Russell.  His tribute to Kenny Rogers will include classics as Ruby Don’t Take Your Love to Town, The Gambler, The Greatest and many more.

$37

The Roy & Marty Show takes two wonderful talents in the music industry & recalls the days of the roots of musical country blues. Come hear favorite songs by these two famed song writers, singers, & Grammy winners, performed by Kerry Jackson & Brant Hopkins. Favorite songs like “Crying”,  “Pretty Woman”,  “Don’t Worry About Me” & “My Woman, My Woman, My Wife” will highlight the evening.

$37

The Rusty Pistols Reloaded are favorite performers at the annual Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering and play music from the 1860’s to present day. The band can also be seen in the movie Only the Brave about the 19 Hotshot Wildland Firefighters performing Ghost Riders. Join Bob Wood, Suzie Killman, Duane Steinbrink and Donn Pease as they take you through a fun western filled evening. Only at The Palace once this year, so you surely don’t want to miss them!  

$37

Wed, Oct 9 - taking reservations

 

South of Winslow, an Eagles Tribute Band comprised of six area musicians, invite you to share in their love for this music. The Eagles - possibly the most widely known and universally loved band of the last 40 years, strikes a chord with everyone. Don’t miss it!

$40

Tues, Oct 8 - Sold Out

Here the story of Dr. John Henry Holliday as he made his journey from one who heals to one who kills. “Wyatt says that dentistry and a reputation for killing compliment each other.” A one man play by TERRY EARP, directed by A. NANNETTE TAYLOR, featuring WYATT EARP (relative of Wyatt Earp) as “Doc” Holliday.  

$37

 

 

Phone  928-541-1996

120 S. Montezuma St

Prescott, AZ  86303

whiskeyrowpalace@gmail.com

 

Sun - Thur  11am - 10pm

Fri - Sat  11am - 11pm

​Happy Hours

M, W, Th  4 - 6,    Tu & Fr 4 - 8

Kitchen closes 1 hour before closing
 

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