Oh, What Fun! The Kwik Star Festival of Trees is BACK in person this year! Returning to the River Center, AND ENDING TODAY! This year’s Festival brings the magic of the holiday season to life in our NEWLY designed Festival Village, complete with the Tree of Lights as the focal point of the main town square.

In its’ 36th year as the annual fundraiser for Quad City Arts, over 30,000 people experience the 10-day Festival of Trees each year and an additional 45,000 watch the Holiday Parade, making this event one of the largest attractions in the Quad Cities. Festival of Trees features a spectacular display of over 150 designer trees, rooms, hearth & homes, wreaths, gingerbread creations and other holiday gift shop items that are all sold to raise money for Quad City Arts in support of local arts programs through the Quad Cities. This fun-filled event for all ages, will continue to feature all the familiar attractions and special events that many have come to know and love with some new twists, including designer selfie stations throughout the event, online bidding for designer displays, a silent disco after party and a new Mad-Hatter style Sunday brunch.

NEW this year, Festival of Trees is going cashless and general admission tickets are now available for purchase online at: www.qcfestivaloftrees.com

General Admission Days and Hours

Festival Of Trees Is BACK in Davenport! See The Full Schedule Here

November 28 • 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Santa’s hours differ from regular general admission and will be available at: www.qcfestivaloftrees.com

Tickets:

Tickets available for purchase at the doors during Festival hours.

$10 Adults

$3 Children (2-10)

$6 Seniors (60+)

 For more information or to purchase tickets visit: www.qcfestivaloftrees.com or call 309.793.1213. You can also check out the latest Insider’s Guide to Festival blog at: https://www.quadcityarts.com/blog/november-01st-2021

Festival Of Trees' Last Day Is TODAY!
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