Monday, September 5, 6:00 P.M. DOCUTAH Presents A Gala Dinner and Premier Screening of Switchpoint: The View from the Roundhouse Film Looks at New Approach to Helping the Homelessness Presented by Cherry Creek Radio, the City of St. George, Dixie State University, Cappeletti's Restaurant and Downtown Yoga Venue: Cappeletti’s Restaurant and The Electric Theater Tickets $50 per person may be purchased at: https://tickets.dsutix.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=19 or The DSU Box Office For the benefit of: Switchpoint Community Resource Center  
Tuesday, September 6, 8:00 P.M. DOCUTAH Opening celebration 
Featuring The Laughter Life - with members of BYU Studio C
Presented by Canyon Media and the City of St. George.
Dixie State University Encampment Mall 
Free to the public Friday, September 9 at 7 p.m. Cox Auditorium Saturday, September 10 at NoonThe Electric Theater Moonshot Through the Double Helix; The Hope Genomic Medicine Offers Cancer Patients Intermountain Precision Genomics and Dr. Lincoln Nadauld bring audiences into the new world of personalized cancer treatment. This film tells the story of how Dr. Nadauld and the work of Intermountain Precision Genomics came to be included in the “Cancer Moonshot Initiative” with Vice President Joe Biden leading the charge. Dr, Nadauld will be available for the Q&A. Read more.. Tickets may be purchased at https://tickets.dsutix.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=14 as a Festival Pass for $40, a Day Pass for $15 or a Single Film Pass for $10.
Saturday, September 10, 12 Noon
DocUtah & Multicultural Inclusion Center Luncheon Sponsored by Benja's
Zion Room, 5th Floor Holland Centennial Building, DSU
$40 per person, $300 table of 8
Proceeds benefit programming and scholarships for 
DSU LGBTQ Students
Reserve tickets at: dsulgbtlunch.eventbrite.com 
 
Saturday, September 10, 7 P.M.
DOCUTAH International Documentary Film Festival Awards Ceremony Featuring a Live Performance by Famed Bass Player, Nathan East, the Dixie State Orchestra & Chorus "In 100 years we will be talking about what he did on the bass." Dave Koz "He never ceases to amazing me, his ability to adapt to the genre he is playing in." Kenny Loggins Eccles, Main Stage
Free to the public Before the concert, don't miss Nathan East: For the Record at DOCUTAH Sept 8th7:00 pm | Sept 9th5:35 pm