Show Hours & General Admission Tickets

2/26/2015 - 3/1/2015
Hampton, Virginia


Welcome to Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival XXVI

Join us as we celebrate the 26th annual Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival at the Hampton Roads Convention Center! The Merchants Mall will feature everything for quilt, fiber, wearable & textile artists and home sewers. In addition, M-AQF will present the finest collection of quilt, garment and fiber art exhibitions including quilt and wearable art prize money competitions. Rounding out the event will be workshops and lectures presented by leading instructors along with demonstrations throughout the Merchants Mall. Complete information on all quilt festivals presented by Mancuso Show Management is available at


Hampton Roads Convention Center

1610 Coliseum Drive
Hampton, VA 23666

The Hampton Roads Convention Center is conveniently located just off I-64 at Exit 263 and is also easily reached by Routes 258 and 134.


Merchants Mall & Show Hours

            *Wednesday, February 25      7:30 pm - 9 pm

                *Evening Preview for Pre-Registered Conference Participants Only

            Thursday, February 26            10 am - 6 pm

            Friday, February 27                10 am - 6 pm

            Saturday, February 28            10 am - 6 pm

            Sunday, March 1                    10 am - 4 pm


General Public Admission
Admission is $15*, includes re-admit and can be purchased on-site during show hours ($13*, Sunday only). Accompanied children under the age of 16 are admitted free. Discounts for groups of 20 or more can be arranged. Call our office, (215) 862-5828, for details. *Includes City of Hampton admission tax.

PLEASE: no pull-along carts allowed on show floor.

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*Quilts pictured above:
top row: "California Chardonnay" by Jan Rashid, "Gathering Baskets" by Margret Strauchman, "Life Goes On" by Irene MacWilliam
bottom row: "Technique Rebellion II Redux" by Melody Johnson, "Cape Primrose" by Barbra Barrick McKie, "Breadfruit in Blue Hawaii" by Connie Ayers