Lamar Dixon Expo Center
Location9039 South St. Landry Avenue,
Gonzales, Louisiana 70737
OwnerAscension Parish, Louisiana
OperatorAscension Parish, Louisiana
Capacity6,600 (Arena D)

The Lamar Dixon Expo Center is a multi-purpose event center in Gonzales, Louisiana built in 1999.[1][2]


The facility can be used to host indoor football, basketball, volleyball, wrestling, equestrian events, rodeos, horse and cattle sales, horse shows, trade shows, rv/car/truck shows, craft shows, auctions, concerts, conventions, graduations, outdoor shows, gun shows, flea markets, dog & cat shows and other events.[1]


The facility opened in 1999 as a privately owned Expo Center. The owners were Mary Lee and Bill Dixon. The facility was named using the Dixon family name along with Mary Lee Dixon's maiden name of Lamar. In 2009, it was purchased by Ascension Parish.

See also


  1. ^ a b "Lamar-Dixon Expo Center". Retrieved 2016-01-03.
  2. ^ "State Bond Commission OKs funding for secondary access route to Lamar-Dixon Expo Center in Ascension". Retrieved 2016-01-03.

Coordinates: 30°11′49″N 90°57′28″W / 30.19694°N 90.95778°W / 30.19694; -90.95778