Denver in September: HardRock Summit & AGTA GemFair

Promoted as America´s defining show for high-end jewelry, gemstones, minerals and fossils in the Fall season, the HardRock Summit and AGTA GemFair appear ready to go!

In their latest press release, we see that the HardRock has combined forces with AGTA, which certainly could make it the premier gem and mineral show in the Americas. Having to battle September dates with Bangkok, Vicenza, Hong Kong, and London, not to mention the holidays, we still anticipate good attendance and excellent opportunities to find exceptional gems & minerals.

While Denver has not yet become the Tucson of the Fall, the HardRock / AGTA GemFair are certainly helping to make it a reality. There has been plenty of buzz about Denver over the past three years. And we anticipate even more after this year’s edition.

HardRock Summit combines the best of loose gems along side beautiful mineral specimens. The floorplan gives you a better idea as to who you might encounter.

The link provided can help you plan your visit. Just tap the floorplan here.

“We’re ready to go!” claim the HardRock Summit and AGTA GemFair organizers! “The excitement is rising as we have finalized the last details of Hardrock Summit. We can proudly say that with an unparalleled array of world-class exhibitors, Hardrock Summit in cooperation with AGTA GemFair™ Denver will once again prove to be Denver’s finest show for top gemstones and mineral specimens.”

The exhibition spans over 4 days, from September 15 through 18. Register now to avoid the lines on September 15.

“With two fabulous shows taking place at the Convention Center at the same time as Hardrock Summit – the ‘Amazing Art Expo,’ featuring pop culture art, and the ‘Colorado Fall Home Show’ – we are expecting additional high volumes of traffic from a vibrant audience.”

Remember, this is not only a gem show, it is a minerals show. “Some of the world’s most distinguished collectors and prestigious museums will be featuring breathtaking natural treasures inside the Mile High Ballroom. Come and join us for four days of business, education, and fun! We can’t wait to see you at the Hardrock Summit.”

In addition to the DGMS’s exhibition “Nature’s Bling: Mineral Gemstones“, Hardrock Summit will showcase breathtaking exhibits from top collectors and museums in the Colorado Convention Center’s Mile High Ballroom.

Christoph Keilmann (top left) and Wolter Mehring (right), Co-Founders of Hardrock Summit, and John W. Ford (lower left), CEO of the American Gem Trade Association (AGTA) 

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