Clarion Hotel Conference Center
5202 Brady Street
Davenport, IA 52806
Phone: (563) 391-1230
Fax: (563) 391-6715
Located on the northwest side of the Davenport region in Iowa, the John Littig House is a significant structure and occupies great monumental value over the decades. Spanning about 0.9 acres (0.36 hectares), the house was established in 1867. The stone farmhouse was built by John Littig and was later bought by the city of Davenport. It functions as an exquisite meeting place for accomplished and prominent organizations.
The Antoine LeClaire House was originally built in 1855 by one of the founders of Davenport. Now a community center, it is the hub of civic activity and point of tourist information. It hosts meetings and programs, and also offers information on local history, culture and attractions.
This theatre has over 270 sloped, stadium-style seats and features a giant screen that is five stories high and over seven stories wide.
As one of the first museums west of the Mississippi River, the Putnam Museum was founded in 1867 in Davenport. Today the museum is home to over 160,000 specimens and artifacts that cover natural science and history. Realistic dioramas, fascinating exhibits and an IMAX theater make for an exciting and educational experience.
This nationally recognized symphony orchestra performs 12 subscription concerts during their season with performances available on Saturday nights at the Adler Theatre and on Sunday afternoons at Augustana College on Rock Island.
The Swing of the Quad Cities is a Class A Midwest league affiliate of St. Louis Cardinals.
This venue opened in the 1940s under the name Rocket Theatre. It closed in the 1990s with the name Capri and re-opened in 2005 as Rocket Theatre only to be closed up another time in 2006. It has once again re-opened, thanks to the efforts of ComedySportz who began leasing the spot at the end of 2010.
The Horseshack in downtown Rock Island is quite an unconventional platform for upcoming local and national independent bands. Adopted by the website Daytrotter.com as their recording studio in 2006, this state-of-the-art studio has hosted the recordings of more than 2000 sessions by various indie bands. During the sessions, each band records four songs which are then available for downloads and live streaming on the website on payment of a small fee. The list of artists/ bands who have recorded their songs here is endless and growing as the days go by. And if you want to witness these sessions in progress, then you can walk down to the studio and watch the bands record their songs. A unique concept, indeed! Visit the Daytrotter's website for more information.
Circa '21 is housed in the historic Fort Armstrong Theatre which originally opened in 1921 as a vaudeville and silent movie house. In 1976 the interior was remodeled into Las Vegas styled seating and currently seats 334 on the main floor. It now offers broadway musicals, dramas, comedies, mysteries, concerts, children
The Quad City Conservation Alliance (QCCA) was founded in 1984 as a not-for-profit-conservation alliance by local conservation. They now sponsor many special events and informative shows. Some of these include the Lawn and Garden show, Bald Eagle Days, a Christmas Craft Show and an RV show.
The only professional ballet company between Chicago, Illinois and Omaha, Nebraska, Ballet Quad Cities provides classical and contemporary dance for the entire community through performances, lecture-demonstrations, and educational outreach programs for people of all ages.
Serving as a premiere destination for concerts and events in the mid-west, the iWireless Center features world class entertainment all throughout the year. This event center offers 12,000 seats for patrons and is also home to the Quad City Mallards, a Central Hockey League. Other professional sporting events have been known to take place here as well as trade shows and conventions.