Pride Fest at the Milton Theatre!
Magnolia Applebottom - LAST 10 TICKETS!
DJ Jamie Fox, Camp Rehoboth, David Stiber, Merck Rainbow Alliance
Jun 7, 2019
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
This event is minors under 18 with parent or legal guardian
The Milton Theatre is proud to announce another Sussex County milestone as we partner with CAMP Rehoboth Community Center for the first annual “Milton Pride Week” with various events held at the historic venue on June 6-9.
Milton Pride Week will feature several events that will host a pre-show dance party, a pride-themed photo booth, together with information booths manned by representatives from partner organizations. A portion of the ticket price to all events will be donated to CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. This year’s theme is “Diversity, Love, Community”
The historic Milton Theatre is a uniquely diverse venue where you will find the best local, regional, national, and international talent. Free municipal and on-street parking are available. Full bar and light food options available. This facility is fully accessible.
Magnolia Applebottom is a world class cabaret performer from Jackson, Mississippi. Mrs. Applebottom is a mid-life crisis at its finest. She's kooky, she's cool, she barley finished school but she knows how to put a smile on any face. Even those with a cleft lip. So like her page and share her antics with your friends. Maybe go to a Magnolia Applebottom show!
DJ Jamie Fox
Jamie Fox is a seasoned Master of Ceremonies, wedding specialist, radio/TV professional, nightclub DJ, and knows how to generate a dance floor. An expertly skilled, creative, talented, professional, Jamie is a very popular crowd pleasing entertainer with an uncanny knack for “reading” and catering to the audience. She is adept at energizing party-goers. Jamie brings her unique blend of professionalism, high energy and originality to every event.
CAMP Rehoboth is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, gay and lesbian community service organization, originally developed to “Create A More Positive” relationship among all the people of the Rehoboth Beach area. Over the last 29 years it has grown into a full service community center with a multitude of activities, events, and programs. From our highly visible magazine, Letters from CAMP Rehoboth to the fundraising and partnering it does for other non-profit organizations; CAMP Rehoboth and its Community Center have become a vital part of downtown Rehoboth Beach. While the focus of CAMP Rehoboth continues to be the gay and lesbian community and its relationship to the greater community around it, CAMP Rehoboth has also maintained and strengthened a long tradition of working with both gay and straight area organizations.
With the completion of its new wing, the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center in early 2009, we are now able to offer five rooms for public usage: a large multipurpose room, two conference rooms, the gallery/meeting space, and a lending library. The Center provides conference, workshop, retreat and performance space, as well as information about a multitude of services, activities, and events relevant to the LGBTQ population of the mid-Atlantic region.
Merck Rainbow Alliance