To pick up or purchase tickets in person, visit the DCPAC Box Office at 191 Court Square, Huntingdon, TN 38344
Tickets may also be purchased online and tickets may be mailed for a handling fee or held at Will Call.
DCPAC accepts all major debit/credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. There is a $2.50 fee per ticket for debit and credit card purchases. These fees go directly to our ticket provider to maintain the ticketing system and software.
Tickets must be paid for upon at reservation. DCPAC does not hold tickets without payment.
Tickets are non-refundable. If you are unable to use a purchased ticket, please return it to the DCPAC box office at least 24 hours before the performance. You will receive a tax donation letter for your efforts in the value of the ticket.
The Box Office is not open on select legal holidays (these are listed under Contact Us).
Free Parking is available on the Court Square and behind The Dixie building for purchasing tickets and during performances.
Please notify the box office of any special seating needs including Wheelchair and Companion seating.
No handling fee for tickets purchased in person at the Box Office or put in Will Call. If tickets are mailed, there is a $3 handling/postage fee.
Prices vary for every performance and 9.75% State Sales Tax will be added to every purchase unless stated otherwise.
If tickets are purchased using a debit or credit card online or in the box office, a $2.50 fee will be applied to each ticket. These fees go directly to our ticket provider to maintain the ticketing system and software. There is no fee for purchases in the box office by cash or check.
Programs, dates and artists are subject to change and these changes will be announced - if time permits - by email, phone, on the website, and in advertisements at local radio and newspapers. You will be contacted of any changes as long as we have your contact information. Please make sure to give this information when you purchase your tickets.
Due to fire codes, everyone (including infants) must have a ticket for a designated purchased seat. There are no exceptions. Children should be able to sit in a seat quietly throughout the performance. Unless a performance is clearly geared to children, DCPAC recommends against bringing babies and young children (under three) to major performances. Parents are advised to use their discretion when purchasing tickets for children. DCPAC is not responsible for the content or material of performances.
DCPAC prohibits the use of cameras, videos, cellular phones, alcohol, food or drink in the theatre area. The use of cameras and recording devices is prohibited by the contracts with the performers and their organizations unless otherwise stated at performance or event.
The use of tobacco products and/or electronic cigarettes is not permitted in the building.
Latecomers will be seated at an appropriate time in the performance at the discretion of the house manager.
Prior to performances and during intermission, DCPAC Concessions sell water, sodas, and snacks. Please note: No food or drink is permitted inside the theatre.
There is no specific dress code. While most people “dress up” for evening performances, a number of patrons dress casually whenever they come to DCPAC. For weeknights and matinee performances, people tend to dress more casually.
Hats should be removed before entering the theatre.
Lost and Found – Call DCPAC at 731-986-2100 and leave your name, telephone number, a detailed message about the item you lost and what performance you were attending. Someone will look for the item and get back with you as soon as possible.
Parking is available behind the DCPAC, around the court square and on main street.
Typically we have assigned seating however some performances may be labeled General Seating and this is on a first-come basis.
American Disabilities Act
DCPAC offers accessible seating in the facility in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Accessible seating including companion seats are available on the Orchestra level only. Accessible seating may be purchased online, by phone, or in person on a first-come, first-served basis. Please know that in order to purchase a companion seat, a wheelchair accessible seat must be selected within the same transaction. Accessible and companion seats will be sold to the general public in the event that all other non-accessible seats are sold. Patrons must inform the box office of any special needs at the time of ticket purchase.
DCPAC has accessible parking spots and bathrooms for patrons with disabilities as well as an elevator with service to all levels. Accessible parking spots are located in front of building and are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Ramps are available directly in front of building on the Court Square and in the lobby of The Dixie on the Orchestra level.
Animals are not permitted in the DCPAC. Exceptions include guide, sign and signal dogs to aid patrons with disabilities.
Listen Technologies Corporation Assisted Listening Systems are available to patrons on a first-come, first-serve basis. Listening devices are located at the box office. These listening devices include a body pack and single ear piece that receives a wireless transmission through our in-house audio sound system. A photo ID is required as collateral for the devices and will be returned upon retrieval of device.