Part of the Tri-State Expo 2021 Juneteenth Celebration
What is Juneteenth...
Two years after Abraham Lincoln declared the end of slavery with the Emancipation Proclamation (January 1,1863) African Americans in Texas were still in slavery. It was not until June 19,1865, that African Americans in Texas finally learned that slavery had been abolished ...they began to celebrate with prayer, song, dance, and feasting.
Purchasing a ticket will give you access in and out the Dothan Civic Center all day during the Juneteenth Celebration. You will sample cuisines from three amazing chefs from Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. As well as access balcony or floor seats to enjoy the stage Play, "From His Prison Bed to Yours" at 6:00PM
Come and ENJOY!
This Fall, come experience songs from Zach Williams’ latest album, Rescue Story, as well as some of your favorites like “Chain Breaker”, “Fear Is A Liar”, and “Old Church Choir.” He can’t wait to join you for an inspirational night of music and stories, and he hopes that this tour will help you to have a real encounter with the God who loves you and cares deeply for you. On October 24th Zach Williams will appear live on stage, ticket information is as follows: Special Meat & Greet dinner Experience $165. The Meat and Greet VIP Experience will include early entry into the venue, a dinner prepared by Paul Fields, the Chef/Owner of Twenty Below in Napa Valley CA, a gift bag and premium seats to the show.. Floor seating $45 each, Riser seating $34 each, Lower Balcony seating $29 each and Upper Balcony seating $23 each. All tickets include 9% sales tax, credit/debit card and handling/mailing fees will be added at purchase. All tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangable unless the show cancel.s For information on this or any show at the Dothan Civic Center & Opera House, please call the box office at (334) 615-3175 Mon-Fri, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, (holidays excepted). If you get the automated answering system, please leave us your name and number and we will call you back.