Denver's Original Gem & Mineral Show
The Greater Denver Area Gem & Mineral Council is pleased to announce that it will again be hosting the 2022 Denver Gem & Mineral Show in conjunction with the Hardrock Summit, to be held at the Colorado Convention Center September 8-11, 2022.
The theme this year is "Collecting Colorado".
2022 Show Times
Thursday, September 8 9:00–5 pm
Friday, September 9 9: 00–5 pm
Saturday, September 10 9:00 –5 pm
Sunday, September 11 9:00 –3 pm
Children under 12 receive free admission
The Denver Gem & Mineral Show will occupy the space on the upper, entry level of the Convention Center. The 2022 show will include club tables, speakers, special exhibits, and 40 to 70 dealers. Everything will be scaled back as a result of space limitations; we are nonetheless grateful for the opportunity to be part of the debut year of the Hardrock Summit, which is positioned to be Denver's premier gem, mineral, and fossil show.
If you are interested in dealer space, please email us and the selection committee will send you an application. Please understand that we are in a much smaller space and it is unlikely that we will be able to accommodate every request. We value your support and appreciate your patience as we regain our footing and work toward a bigger and better Denver Gem & Mineral Show.
About the Denver Gem & Mineral Show
In the 1950s, different gem and mineral clubs and societies put on their own Gem and Mineral show, but in the 1960s the Denver Gem and Mineral show was born when the organizations combined their small shows into one.
The Denver Gem and Mineral Show, which began in 1967, has grown over the years into the second largest show in the United States and has numerous satellite shows that have sprouted up around the area. Through the time the show has been developing, exhibits from a number of regional and national museums have remained key attractions along with other activities.
The Greater Denver Area Gem & Mineral Council is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes.