Dade City Annual Kumquat Festival

Dade City Annual Kumquat Festival, is held the last Saturday in January each year, (Saturday, January 27, 2018, 9 am to 5 pm) has become an extremely popular event  for its family-friendly entertainment.

Dade City Annual Kumquat Festival

Visitors can enjoy local entertainment, have their faces painted, look at antique cars, and shop for arts and crafts. And enjoy Kumquat treats and the Kumquat Recipe Contest. Check out their facebook page here.  And the recipe contest here. And their website here.

Dade City Annual Kumquat Festival





Courtesy of the Kumquat Festival & Dade City COC

Fun things to see and do at the festival include:
Arts & Crafts, food from local restaurants, food vendors and food trucks, Car & Truck Show, Health & Wellness Area, Live Local Entertainment, Farmer’s Market, Kumquat Kids Corral, Kumquats, Kumquat Pie & Products, and the Quilt Challenge.

Admission, transportation from two satellite parking areas, city owned public parking downtown are all  FREE along with  the experience of a Kumquat Festival 2018  Flyer here

Dade City Annual Kumquat Festival Courtesy of Dade City COC & Kumquat Festival

However, it’s too late for this now but keep it in mind for next year. The first Saturday of January, the Chamber of Commerce kicks off Festival month with the “Dade City Cruise-in” featuring hundreds of cool cars.

Directions to Dade City

Finally, finding your way to the Dade City Annual Kumquat Festival.

From Interstate 75 — east on Highway 52 to Downtown Dade City (on Festival Day, free satellite parking at the Pasco Fairgrounds on US Highway 52 coming into Dade City, free shuttle to the Festival)

From US Highway 301 — north or south follow into Downtown Dade City (on Festival Day, free satellite parking across from Jarrett Ford, free shuttle to the Festival).

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