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Please Note:  Below is the event information for our 2015 Event, which has completed.  Check back in December for our 2016 information.

 

6th Annual P83 Party Featuring Tyler Farr

The P83 Street Party has become a signature event for West Valley residents, Spring Training fans and patrons throughout the Valley looking for a family friendly event that delivers major entertainment. In addition to the concert, there is a beer, wine and spirits garden, an interactive zone for adults and children, and local vendors. The stage and event activities occur on 83rd Avenue, closing the street between West Mariners Way and Stadium Way across from the Peoria Sports Complex Anticipated attendance for this event is 7,000-10,000. Tickets are on sale now. Click here to access online. 

Columbia Nashville’s Tyler Farr broke through the country and all genre charts last year with his debut album, Redneck Crazy, which landed at #2 on the Country Albums Chart and #5 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart, marking the year’s highest entry by a debut male country artist on the all-genre Billboard 200 album sales chart at its debut. His #1, platinum-selling title-track “Redneck Crazy” was called the “song of the summer” by The New York Times and earned Tyler a CMT nomination for “Breakthrough Video of The Year.” Farr went on to celebrate back-to-back #1 singles, and his first #1 as a songwriter, with his Gold-certified hit “Whiskey in My Water.” Tyler’s first single off an upcoming Columbia Nashville LP, “A Guy Walks into a Bar.”

 

Saturday, March 21, 2015
3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
We shut down 83rd Avenue for the best party in the West Valley!

General admission tickets are $10. VIP tickets are $25. Children under 12, when accompanied by an adult, are free for general admission only. Attendees to any Peoria Spring Training game during the month will get into the party for FREE with a ticket stub. Tickets available for purchase now

For more information visit P83 Party Official Website

 

Street Closure Information:
Hard Road Closure - 83rd Avenue closed at Mariners Way to Paradise Lane. Streets will begin closing at 4:00am on 03/21/15 and reopen on 3/22/15 1:00am.

Advanced warning of the Street closure will be placed at:

  • 83rd Ave north bound at Thunderbird Road.
  • Thunderbird Road both east and west bound at 83rd Ave.
  • 83 Avenue south bound at Bell.
  • Bell Road both east and west bound at 83rd Ave.
  • 83rd Ave & Acoma north bound traffic.
  • Arrowhead Fountain Center Drive north and south bound near Stadium Way.

For more information regarding the P83 Project, click here