22nd Street Mineral, Fossil & Gem Show
Email: Sales: Heather@EonsExpos.com
Show Dates: January 27th - February 13th, 2022
Hours: 10:00AM - 6:00PM all days
Tucson's most-attended show is open to the public. Free admission and on-site parking ($5 week days / $10 weekend days). The Main Tent features an appealing balance of minerals, gems, fossils, dinosaurs, meteorites, jewelry, beads, and art. To its south, the smaller SHOWCASE tent is a finer experience with carpeting, climate-control, large booths, stage lighting, and 10' art walls.
This is the most-attended mineral, fossil, gem and jewelry show in the world with more than 50,000 attendees expected in 2022. The 22nd Street Show has the perfect balance of minerals, fossils, dinosaurs, gems, gemstones, jewelry, beads and rough. Dealers range in size from 10’ x 10’ booths all the way up to 5,000 sq. foot anchor dealers such as Oceanic Linkways. So, if you have time to visit just one show, then this one should be on your short list, especially since the efficient lay-out allows you to see a large number of dealers in a relatively short time. Both the 90,000 sq. foot Main Tent and the upscale 20,000 sq. foot SHOWCASE tent feature climate control for comfortable all-weather browsing. But the elegant SHOWCASE is carpeted, features higher-end dealers, and boasts of larger booths with elegant hard walls and overhead stage lighting. Free entry and everyone is welcome to both tents. Daily parking is $5 weekdays and $10 weekend days. Managed by Eons Expos, the same team that brings you the Denver Show in September and the NJ Show in May. For complete information, please visits them at www.22ndStreetShow.com.
For booth inquiries, please email Heather at: Heather@EonsExpos.com.
- Location: Northeast corner of 22nd Street & I-10
- Major Cross Streets: 22nd Street & I-10
- Wholesale?: Public & Wholesale
- Type of Merchandise: Art, Artifacts, Beads, Fine Jewelry, Finished Jewelry, Fossils, Gemstones, Glass, Gold, Lapidary, Metaphysical, Meteorites, Minerals, Mountings & Findings, Native American, Rocks, Silver, Specimens, Supplies, Tools, Watches, Turquoise
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