2021 Festival of Trees Prescott

November 18-20 | 10 am – 8 pm

Open to the general public

100% of Net Proceeds to Benefit Prescott Area Shelter Services

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THANK YOU! From the bottom of our hearts for all of the participation and support this year! We cannot wait for 2022! Sign up below to join us. We wish you all a very happy holiday season!

General Admission $5 (12 & under free)

Thursday – Saturday, November 18-20, 10am – 8pm each day.

Forest of Decorated Christmas Trees & Wreaths Shop Designer Trees & Wreaths •  Voting for People’s Choice & Kids’ Choice • Raffles & Prizes • Crafts & Ornaments • Santa & Mrs. Claus • Live Music & More! 

“Jingle Mingle” Opening Night Event. Wednesday, November 17 from 6pm to 9pm 

This is our kickoff event before we open for general admission. 

Mingle Amongst the forest of fully decorated designer Christmas Trees, see our Judges chose for 1st place in several categories, enjoy hor d’oeuvres and holiday cocktails, learn more about the nonprofit, Prescott Area Shelter Services, and have first opportunity to buy these beautifully decorated Christmas trees and wreaths.  The Jingle Mingle will be from 6pm to 9pm on Wednesday, November 17th at the Sam Hill Warehouse located at 232 N Granite Street, downtown Prescott. 

Tickets are $45 and it comes with hor d’oeuvres provided by Greenway Catering by El Gato Azul and one drink ticket.

This is an adult only event.  Ticket price increases to $55.00 after 10PM on Monday, November 15th.

Map to Location

The Festival of Trees is held at the Event Center at the Sam Hill Warehouse and Hilton Garden Inn, located in Downtown Prescott at 232 N. Granite Street Prescott Arizona

Live Performances

We have an exciting and fun lineup of entertainment for you!

Thursday – 10am-8pm: Festival of Trees hours.

11am-7pm: Holiday bar

10am-11am: Miss Copper State

11:30am-2pm: Santa       

2pm-4pm: Whiskey Row Renegades

3:30pm-4:30pm: Miss Yavapai County’s Outstanding Teen 

5pm-6pm: Miss Yavapai County 

5:30pm-6:30pm: Festive Flute Duo 

6:30-7:30pm: Miss Yavapai County 

7pm: Raffles close – winners announced 

Friday – 10am-8pm: Festival of Trees hours

11am-7pm: Holiday bar

11:30am-2pm: Santa 

2pm-3pm: Festive Flute Duo

3pm-6:30pm: Santa 

3:30pm-4:30pm: Elsa 

5pm-6pm: Elsa 

6:30pm-7:30pm: Polynesian Dancers 

7pm: Raffles close – winners announced 

Saturday – 10am-8pm: Festival of Trees hours

11am-7pm: Holiday bar

11am-12pm: Elsa

11:30am-1:30: Mrs. Claus 

12:30pm-1:30pm: Kids/Adult Choir

2pm-3pm: Polynesian Dancers

3pm-6:30pm: Santa

5pm: FINALE ~Voting closes

5:55 pm: Winners announced for People’s & Kids’ Choice Award (s)

6pm: Tree and wreath auction closes

6pm-6:45pm: Keyboard Soloist

7pm: Raffles close – winners announced 

7:15pm: Closing remarks 

8pm: 4th Annual Festival of Trees Prescott 2021 closes 🎄

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About the Festival of Trees

The Festival of Trees is an annual holiday community event where local businesses come together to celebrate Prescott’s heritage as Arizona’s Christmas City.

In 2017, the event began as a fundraiser for the nonprofit group known as Kind Defined. In 2021, Kind Defined closed its doors and passed the torch over to StarStruck Event Planning to carry on this annual Christmas tradition. StarStruck Event Planning has chosen Prescott Area Shelter Services, an amazing local nonprofit, to benefit from this event.

The Festival of Trees is a beautifully decorated forest of Christmas Trees & Wreaths. You can shop the designer trees and wreaths by submitting a bid and, the winning bid gets to take home the designer tree to display in their home or business for all to see.

The trees will be judged in several categories, including people’s choice and kids’ choice. Come cast your vote!

This event will be jam-packed with raffle prizes, ornament crafts, keep sake ornaments for purchase, photo opportunities with Santa & Mrs. Claus, live music and more!

Prescott Area Shelter Services exists to serve women, children and women veterans in our community by providing temporary housing, resources, individual case management and a pathway to permanent housing. 

Since opening in 2007 in the basement of a church, PASS has supplied over 65,000 bed nights and has served over 2,650 women and children in our community. PASS has an 88% success rate of guests transitioning into permanent housing.

When you bid on trees and auctions at this year’s Festival of Trees, 100% of net proceeds goes to benefit Prescott Area Shelter Services.