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We are happy to share DCA's 2021-2022 season. It's both our 30th anniversary season and our long-awaited reopening season. We’re glad to back and are doing everything we can to stay open. Please review our COVID Protocols prior to purchasing and again, prior to show night.
ALL TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE.
Check out our 30th Anniversary Playlist on Spotify. The playlist features one track representing each season performance in chronological order.
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Thursday, August 19 @ 8:00 pm
Date: Thursday, August 19, 2021 | Time: 8 p.m.
Tickets: $ 60 / 78 / 88
• For the foreseeable future, masks will be required for everyone on site including patrons, staff, volunteers, crew, caterers and performing artists (except when removed as needed and desired for performance). Masks are required regardless of vaccination status.
• We urge anyone feeling unwell to stay at home. Full refunds are available.
• As protocols and data changes, patrons may request a full refund.
• In fall 2020, Door Community Auditorium’s HVAC system was upgraded by Gibraltar Schools. Ionization bars were installed within the air handlers and outside air damper (fresh air) was increased. Filters in the HVAC system were upgraded from Merv 7 to 13.
• We will mail advance sales tickets if possible rather than holding them at the box office to reduce face to face contact and close proximity queuing.
• 10 hands-free hand-sanitizing stations are placed strategically around the facility.
• Playbills will be available as electronic, not print, documents.
• Most performances will last about 70-90 minutes and include no intermissions, no merchandise signing, no concessions, nor artist meet and greets. Old Crow Medicine Show and John Hiatt & Jerry Douglas will both have longer shows with a set change.
• We will reduce volunteer crew to an essential skeleton crew to reduce number of individuals on site
• We are urging all staff and volunteers to be vaccinated.
• Beginning with our August 8th show, capacity will be set at 60% with the possibility of capacity increasing based on Door County’s levels of transmission two weeks prior to individual events taking place. We are unable to accommodate social distancing for the larger touring acts given their considerable production expenses.
It’s no wonder the Chicago Tribune calls Mavis Staples an “American treasure.” Staples has been a solid rock of American music, from the Delta-inflected gospel sound she helped create in the 1950s (“Uncloudy Day”), to her engaged protest music in the civil rights era (“Freedom Highway”), to a series of chart hits in the 1970s (“I’ll Take You There”). In a career packed with appearances alongside everyone from Martin Luther King, Jr., to Presidents Carter and Clinton, to Bob Dylan and Pink Floyd, Mavis Staples has blazed a rhythm and blues trail all her own, never relinquishing her gospel roots or her fiery spirit.
“Her fire is undimmed…amazingly rich.” – The Guardian
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