Promchella, a Two-Day Summer Music Festival Announced For AZ Teens Missing Prom

Local, family-owned Nick’s Menswear is teaming up with one of the state’s largest event companies for the first ever Promchella. Set to happen this July in Phoenix, the two-day music festival is an alternate event for high school juniors and seniors who were unable to enjoy prom this year. The event will feature live music, DJs, local food vendors and more.

A pre-prom tailgate party will kick off before the event and include an assortment of food trucks. Tickets will be $70 and include a $20 food truck voucher, entry into the event, pre-prom tailgate party and access to the firework show. Promchella is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all proceeds will go directly to local students and families affected by COVID-19.

There will be performances from local and national bands, DJs at the pre-party and hundreds of door prizes and giveaways throughout the night. Organizers have partnered with local businesses, sports teams, media and are currently in talks with big name musical acts to perform at Promchella. Guests are invited to stay until the end for the after-prom fireworks extravaganza. Promchella is the summer camp, house party and music festival for any high school junior or senior.

“Prom is a quintessential high school experience and many students saw that slip away this year. In an effort to provide students with an amazing,
one-of-a-kind event this is an excited launch and an entirely new approach to what prom is.”

Austin Morrow, Senior Class President at Chandler High School

Promchella is closely monitoring all aspects of the coronavirus situation and making daily decisions on how to best move forward to bring guests an incredible, safe experience.

For updates, including when tickets will be available for purchase and musical lineup announcements, visit

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