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Upcoming Dixie Shows listed below

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Dauzat St. Marie 
Saturday, July 26, 7pm

Known for their lockstep vocal harmonies and catchy, yet thought-provoking songwriting, singer/songwriter troubadours Mat Dauzat and Heather St. Marie have kept the name Dauzat St. Marie popping up all over the U.S. by touring as main support for Grammy® Award winning heartthrob Rick Springfield’s “Stripped Down” solo acoustic show series for the past five years while peppering in dates with The Marshall Tucker Band, Melissa Manchester, Sheila E., Lindsay Ell, Schuyler Fisk / Sissy Spacek, and Rick Derringer. Most recently, Dauzat St. Marie toured the U.S. as support for legendary music icons Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo.

Reserved Seating $35 plus fees- Day of Show $40 plus fees

Ruston on the Row
A Songwriters Night
Friday, August 30, 7pm



A Nashville-style Writers Round on the stage at the Dixie hosted by Chancie Neal and Briana Calhoun. Songwriters will take the stage to share their music along with the stories that inspired their songs. This particular "Round" will feature music and stories from Kix Brooks and Bob DiPiero.

The Dixie has plans in place to host other Songwriter’s nights on future dates. Be watching!

Reserved Seating $35 plus fees- Day of Show $40 plus fees

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Saturday, September 14, 7pm


Zak Mirz has toured for nearly a decade entertaining audiences all over the world.

Besides being a magic advisor to David Blaine’s special “The Magic Way,” Zak FOOLED Penn and Teller on “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” and has launched his first special “Ticket for One,” now streaming on YouTube. Additionally, he has created a deck of cards to raise both money and awareness to fight human trafficking.

And he is thrilled to be with us in Ruston, Louisiana on Saturday, September 14th.

Reserved Seating $35 plus fees- Day of Show $40 plus fees

Jamie O'Neal

Saturday, September 28, 7pm


Jamie O’Neal is a Platinum-selling country singer and hit songwriter that became a household name in 2001 with her back-to-back # 1 singles, “There Is No Arizona” and “When I Think About Angels.” With multiple hits that followed, including “Shiver,” “Trying To Find Atlantis” and “Somebody’s Hero,” Jamie caught fire. She earned numerous career accolades (including multiple Grammy nominations), she’s an ACM and Billboard Awards winner and has appeared on The Tonight Show, Dave Letterman, and numerous other national tv shows.

While she has penned most of her own songs, Jamie has also written hits for such notable artists as Reba McEntire, Martina McBride, Leann Rimes, Cece Winans, Idina Menzel, and others. Her voice can be heard internationally in major motion pictures including All by Myself for Bridget Jones’s Diary.

She was also picked to perform with Carrie Underwood when she needed the perfect duet partner for CMT’s 100 greatest duets with Does He Love You.

Reserved Seating $35 plus fees- Day of Show $40 plus fees


Selwyn Birchwood
Saturday, October 5, 7pm


No one in blues compares to young Florida-based guitarist Selwyn Birchwood. With the quality of his material, combined with a vibrant stage persona, there's no need to borrow tunes from the greats who went before him. Lean yet mean and tough...lyrically and musically intense" —American Songwriter

"Rising blues star Selwyn Birchwood is the real deal. Birchwood puts his own fresh spin on the blues, taking the tradition and making it into something new." —Guitar World 

Although award-winning Florida musician Selwyn Birchwood is firmly rooted in the tradition, the young guitarist, lap steel player, songwriter and vocalist sets a course for the future of the blues with his visionary, original music. Birchwood, whose band features the pulsating interplay of his blistering guitar with Regi Oliver's driving baritone sax, deploys a singular sound and style all his own. He calls it "Electric Swamp Funkin' Blues," an intoxicating mix of deep blues, blistering, psychedelic-tinged rock, booty-shaking funk and sweet Southern soul, played and sung with the fire-and-brimstone fervor of a revival tent preacher with a hellhound on his trail. Tastemaker Americana music magazine No Depression says, "Selwyn Birchwood reaches back in the blues tradition to launch something out of this world."

Reserved Seating $35 plus fees- Day of Show $40 plus fees

C.J. Solar

Saturday, October 26, 7pm


With the fuel of both Southern rock and country music influences pumping through his veins, it’s no surprise that CJ Solar is a natural at fusing the two worlds. Combine that with Delta blues, compliments of a childhood spent in Cajun country, and you’ve got one notable up-and-comer, with the pure musical talent and vocal chops to back him up. Already turning heads throughout Nashville, Baton Rouge, and beyond, having been named one of the“New Artists You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone Country, Solar says the driving force behind his untimely success isn’t fame nor fortune – it’s just a diehard infatuation with the music he grew up on.

When not out touring the country headlining his own shows and opening for such artists as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Jr and Gary Allan, he continues to write and record. He's released 3 EP's and 2022’s debut full-length “The Future’s Neon” comprised of songs he's co-written. He's also penned songs for artists such as Jason Aldean, Jerrod Niemann, and Justin Moore, while also writing number-one singles for Jameson Rodgers with 2020's "Some Girls" and Morgan Wallen's breakout hit "Up Down" featuring Florida Georgia Line.

Reserved Seating $35 plus fees- Day of Show $40 plus fees

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A Christmas Blues Spectacular

Featuring D.K. Harrell

and Friends

Saturday, December 14, 7pm


Join us for this benefit show for the Dixie as D.K. Harrell and Friends bring us a Christmas Blues Spectacular! This show is sure to make your Christmas seem a little less blue and more Merry and Bright. The stage will be filled with many North Louisiana Notables that you don't want to miss!

D.K. Harrell is an emerging Blues artist from Ruston, Louisiana. In 2019, he performed at the B.B. King Symposium and was given the honor of playing one of B.B. King's signature Lucille guitars.  He competed in the 2022 International Blues Challenge and finished in 3rd place out of over 200+ international Blues acts.  

As a Blues artist, D. K. Harrell is dedicated to the preservation of the Traditional Blues created and performed by B.B. King, Little Milton, and other great Blues artists.  D.K. is an artist who wants to bring his perspective of the Blues to the world with the message that younger generations have the blues too. D.K. was also featured in the November 2022 edition of the Living Blues Magazine. D.K. released his debut album,” The Right Man”, on June 30, 2023, under the Little Village Label by Jim Pugh.  Currently, D.K. is touring domestically and internationally.

Reserved Seating $25 plus fees- Day of Show $30 plus fees

Jonnie W.
Saturday, January 11, 7pm


In a world where more and more people are choosing to stay home and binge-watch their entertainment, Jonnie W. represents an anomaly - an artist whose show needs to be experienced LIVE. Combining music, off-beat standup, and a skewed view of the world, Jonnie crafts a comedy experience that you and your family will be quoting in the car on the way home.  He’s brought the funny to stages in 48 states - from comedy clubs to Fortune 500 companies, churches and leadership conferences.  Jonnie's award-winning comedy is played daily on Sirius XM Satellite Radio, and his latest Drybar Comedy special is a viral hit, garnering over 5 million views.
Jonnie lives with his lovely wife Curry in Nashville, because that's where all their stuff is.

Reserved Seating $35 plus fees- Day of Show $40 plus fees


Kings of Harlem
February 8, 7pm


Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the first Black-owned, all-Black professional basketball team in history, Kings Of Harlem is the story of seven men who overcame adversity to win more than 2,000 games. Formed five years before the Harlem Globetrotters, the New York “Harlem” Rens compiled one of the most impressive winning streaks in basketball history and would change the way the game is played forever. From the writer/director of Black Angels Over Tuskegee.

Reserved Seating $40 plus fees- Day of Show $45 plus fees

Joe Woods Wildwood Express Showcase Benefit for the Dixie
April 12, 6pm

Reserved Seating $25 plus fees- Day of Show $30 plus fees

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