QUINCY – RiverFest Music Festival is moving from Fort Madison, Iowa, to Quincy this summer and will be held August 4-6.
The Fort Madison riverfront is under construction, and RiverFest organizers made the decision to move the event down the Mississippi.
Riverfest has been a staple of the Fort Madison community for 30 years. The music festival has drawn thousands of people to hear bands from around the country and take part in other activities on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Headliners for the three nights of the 2022 festival will be alt-rock group Badflower, country artist Chris Cagle and singer/songwriter Tommy Vext. Also in the lineup are the rock groups 10 Years, Through Fire, Any Given Sin, Stars in Toledo and Etched in Embers, along with country artists Callista Clark and Lily Rose. Ghost of Judas, The Red Lips and The Boys also will perform.
Discounted pre-sale tickets to RiverFest 2022 are available at etix.com. Three-day general admission tickets are $47 during the early bird sale.
Guests seeking a VIP treatment can choose between two options. With early-bird pricing as low as $76, the three-day VIP ticket guests will receive an exclusive VIP laminate, upfront viewing areas at designated stages, priority VIP entrances and more.
Larger groups or people who wish to host clients at the event can select a three-day Diamond VIP tent option. It will include all of the other VIP amenities along with 10 three-day Diamond VIP tickets, wait staff, VIP parking, an exclusive diamond VIP tent with a prime view of the stage for your group, snacks, a RiverFest-provided cooler stocked with ice, non-alcoholic drinks and more. Only six Diamond VIP tents are available.
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