At 9 a.m., Tracie Weldon and the TLC Band will take the stage to kick off the day.
Elvis tribute artist Terry Padgett will come on stage at 9:45 a.m. to perform several of the King’s hits.
At 11:15 Ryan Flynt and Motel Ice Machine takes the stage, featuring Dora native, Andrew Brasfield on harmonica with the band’s self-described style of rockabilly mixed with country honkytonk.
At 12:15 the Corner High School Cabaret will perform 60s-style music, and at 1:15 the St. Joseph Baptist Church Choir and Angels of Praise will sing.
Blues-based rockers The Elijah Butler Band and jazz musicians the Kool Katz Band will finish out the day at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., respectively.
The city council of Dora decided at a recent meeting to increase their donation, if needed, to ensure that the children’s play area will be free for all children.
Booths are still available for the event for those selling goods or services as well as food vendors. Vendor applications and payment are due by April 19.
Booths for the event are $25 for a single 12x12 booth, $35 for an oversize (12x18) booth and $45 for a double (12x24) booth. Any booth requiring electricity will have to pay an additional $25 per outlet.
Anyone interested in exhibiting at the show or volunteering to help during the event should contact city hall at 648-3211.
For more information or to get an application, visit www.facebook.com/ horsecreekjubilee or the website at www.horsecreekjubilee.com.
The event will continue regardless of weather, and no alcohol will be sold at the event or allowed in the event area.