The HardRock Summit Will Be Back This September
All of its components will be held at the Colorado Convention Center this year.
The 2022 edition of the event will be held from Sept. 8-11. It will once again feature the “Evolution” component for fine minerals and fossils as well as “Sparkle & Joy” for fine gems and jewelry.
There will also be dedicated exhibition areas for the American Gem Trade Association’s GemFair Denver event and the Denver Gem & Mineral show.
This time, all the components will be held together in one venue—the Colorado Convention Center.
The summit will also provide educational opportunities with special exhibitions and presentations.
“We are excited to once again connect the fine minerals and fossils worlds to the fine jewelry and gem communities for both discovery and business,” said Christoph Keilmann, co-founder of HardRock Summit.
“We are also looking forward to curating incredible special exhibits and presentations and working with museums, private collectors and leading experts to bring enriching experiences to all that attend.”
Admission to the event is free to qualified trade members and buyers, while an admission fee will again be required for the public.
AGTA’s show won’t be open to the public.
For more information about the HardRock Summit, visit HardRockSummit.com.
Those interested in exhibiting should contact email@example.com.
There will also be chances to meet the team at the upcoming Tucson gem shows—they will be at the Pueblo Gem & Mineral Show in the HardRock Summit show office near the front entrance or at AGTA GemFair in a booth located in the upstairs galleria hall.
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