Annual Prescott Antique Show and Vintage Market on July 23 & 24th

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The Prescott Antique Show & Vintage Market will be held at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley on July 23rd and 24th. Organizers are delighted to report that interest in the upcoming Event is nothing short of fantastic!  

There will be a huge variety of quality antiques in every category plus authentic vintage items with wide appeal—including popular repurposed, rustic barn, 50s & 60s, and so much more. Enjoy the cool temperatures of the Prescott area while you shop the “Antique Capitol of Arizona.”

The beautiful Findlay Toyota Center, 3201 N. Main St., is a spacious event center featuring an arena area with surrounding seating for more than 5000 plus a concourse area with food concessions. Close to 80% of available Show spaces are now sold. Due to anticipated demand, dealer spaces have been opened at the front of the arena entrance as well as the south concourse in addition to the north concourse. 

Space size is a generous 10’ x 15’ with an additional 4’ to 5’ area for dealers’ personal use or display. Space cost remains the same as last year—$200 plus $15 for the required Town of Prescott Valley Special Event License. Applications and show information can be found on the website. 

Friday Early Bird hours are 3 to 6 p.m. with $15 admission that includes free entry on Saturday. Hours on Saturday are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with $5 admission. Children under 12 are admitted free. Parking is free. 

Plan to set aside the weekend to visit the Prescott Antique Show & Vintage Market and then spend more fun time browsing through the multitude of shops in the area—some in Prescott Valley and many more in Prescott along Cortez, Gurley and Montezuma Streets. Be sure to visit Prescott’s newest store, Prescott Antiques at 915 E. Gurley.

The Prescott Antique Show & Vintage Market is sponsored by the Thumb Butte and Yavapai chapters of The Questers with 100% of the profit going to preservation and restoration of historic sites, buildings and artifacts. More recently, the organization turned its attention to historical education that includes projects such as historical markers, traveling interactive historical exhibits, brochures and the like. 

This led the way for these two local chapters to recently underwrite the cost of historical markers placed at the former site of Prescott’s Miller Valley School and on the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix railway bridge spanning Granite Creek adjacent to the new downtown Hilton Hotel complex. Another recent project was the roof replacement for the Skull Valley Depot on the site of the Skull Valley Museum. 

Look for information on the Prescott Antique Show at or Facebook, Instagram and on the Findlay Toyota Center website at You can also contact Arlene Bright, Show Organizer, at 928-443-1862 or email Safety measures due to Covid-19 may be in place during the event. Check the website for up to date information closer to the Show dates.  

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