Rocky Mountain Antique Festival Hosts Antique Dealers from 16 States at the Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, July 9 & 10

Treasure hunters are eagerly anticipating the Rocky Mountain Antique Festival, slated for July 9 & 10 at the Ranch Events Complex, 5280 Arena Circle in Loveland, Colorado. Produced by Heritage Event Company, the show is billed as one of the most diverse antiquing events this year, featuring dealers from sixteen states who are joining the event from as far away as Texas and California. The show will feature over 140 booths, overflowing with an impressive offering of vintage finds including antique advertising, estate jewelry, country primitives, coins, militaria, holiday items, textiles, pottery, glass, vintage clothing, historical artifacts, furniture and more.

Antique show promoter, Gail Kinney, has been producing shows in the Midwest since 2009. They currently host events in eight different states. She and her husband moved to Colorado last summer with the goal of expanding their business into the mountain region. Their first event since relocating, held in Castle Rock earlier this year, attracted over 4000 attendees. Kinney says dealers and customers alike were impressed with their debut show in Colorado. “It was a very warm welcome and we received so many positive comments from dealers and customers alike. Many were asking when the show would be back.”

With a sold-out dealer floor of exclusively antique and genuine vintage merchandise, Kinney touts the upcoming Loveland show as a unique opportunity to acquire items typically not available in the Colorado market. “Many of our dealers our midwestern shows are traveling here to set up at our new events. Customers are excited to shop with dealers they have never met before.” Kinney says Colorado area dealers will also be joining the show, offering items of local historical interest as well as various treasures they have acquired in the course of traveling the country in search of vintage wares.

The Loveland Rocky Mountain Antique Show is all indoors, climate-controlled, with concessions and free parking. General admission tickets are $6 and valid for entry all weekend. Tickets may be purchased in advance on-line at or at the gate during open hours. Show hours are: Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 10am-5pm. Children ages 9-12 are $3, ages 8 and under are free. Special guest, Deborah Beahm, of Sublime Antique Restorations from Dallas, Texas, will be on hand through-out the weekend for consultation and on-site repair of damaged heirloom items.

For more information about the Rocky Mountain Antique Festival, call 918-619-2875 or visit

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