Festivals | Street Fest 2015
44th Annual Street Fest presented by Great Southern Bank
Bix 7 Weekend
July 24 & 25, 2015
Don’t miss the Quad-Cities Biggest Homecoming Party!
Date & Time
Friday, July 24 2015; 10AM – Midnight
Saturday, July 25 2015; – 9AM – Midnight
Street Fest is located on 2nd Street between Brady & Ripley in the heart of downtown.
What to Expect
TONS of festival food & drinks
Great live music
Firefighters Water Fights
Dozens of Arts & Crafts vendors
Family Fun Area
Video Games Etc. Tournaments
More to be announced!
Video Games Etc. Tent
Video Games Etc. is hosting various tournaments all weekend. It will start at noon on Friday and run until 10PM Saturday. Here’s your chance to show off your gaming skills AND win cool prizes!
Family Fun Area
The Family Fun Area is located in the grass in front of the Ground Transportation Center between Ripley and Harrison Streets on 2nd St.
Friday – Noon – 6 p.m.
Saturday – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thank you to our Family Area sponsors Davenport Parks & Recreation and Happy Joe’s!k!
Firefighter Water Fights
This year’s festival will feature the 4th Annual Firefighter Water Fights. Fire fighters will compete for cash prizes, bragging rights, and trophies! Registration runs from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 25. The women’s division starts at noon and the men’s division is scheduled to follow!
Interested in volunteering for Street Fest or River Roots Live? Each year, the Downtown Davenport Partnership needs help from hundreds of volunteers to make sure our summer festivals are fun for everyone. If interested, please fill out the form online.
Street Fest Vendors – 2015
Would you like to be a vendor at Street Fest in 2015? Stay tuned for links to our vendor applications.
For questions related to Street Fest, please email our Event Director, Jason Gilliland, at [email protected] or call 563-823-2681. Street Fest is produced by the Downtown Davenport Partnership, a division of Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce. Proceeds from Street Fest go to support economic development efforts downtown.