Trey Odum Band

Trey Odum Band

Last night’s 6th Annual Party in the Pines was actually near the cottonwoods that line Granite Creek adjacent to the Prescott Mile High Middle School football field. For $20 . we received a commemorative glass and 8 drink tickets. Funds raised during this event support the Adopt a Classroom organization and will be spent on teaching supplies in local classrooms. More than 40 different kinds of beer were offered from many breweries. While my wife sampled wheat and fruit beers, I stayed with dark porters and stout.Her favorite was Orange Wheat from Hangar 24, Redlands, California. I stayed local with the chocolate porter, Achocolypse, from the Prescott Brewing Company. We split a serving of fry bread and a cheese stick. We moved two folding chairs that were away from the music around a large table located in the sun to a spot in the shade near the front of the music stage. High school students in a group called Cross-eyed Possum and Generations warmed up the growing crowd for the Trey Odum Band, out of Phoenix, that played a mix of high energy country and rock. We didn’t stay for the main headliners, the Black Moods, from Tempe, although we watched them set up for merchandise sales. It’s too bad we must raise money to support teachers, but this was a fun way to do it.

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