TULSA, Okla. — Oklahoma’s largest antique shopping event is just around the corner. The Vintage Tulsa Show returns to the Exchange Center at Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St., September 1-3.
Show Boasts Wide Variety
The event hosts dealers from twenty states, from as far away as California and Minnesota. This antique shopping extravaganza is indoors, featuring over 200 booths filled with authentic vintage finds including antique advertising, sports memorabilia, estate jewelry, vintage clothing, historical artifacts, toys, records, furniture and more.
Antique show promoter, Gail Kinney, of Heritage Event Company LLC, operates several shows across the country, but it’s Tulsa she looks forward to most.
“Tulsans have been steadfast supporters since our first event here in 2009,” Kinney says. “They have helped the Vintage Tulsa Show to become one of the most reputable antique shows in the country. It’s always a joy to bring this event to the Tulsa market, knowing how much Tulsa appreciates the special effort our dealers make to offer the best and most sought-after antiques.”
Repair Service Added Element
A special feature of this show is Deborah Beahm, of Sublime Antique Restorations from Dallas, Texas. She will be on hand through-out the weekend for consultation and on-site repair of damaged heirloom items.
A special preview-ticket allows access to the show three hours prior at a cost of $15. General admission is $8. Both options are valid for entry to the show the entire weekend. Tickets may be purchased on-line at www.exposquare.com or at the gate. Show hours are: Friday 9am-Noon (Early Buying Option), Friday Noon-6pm, Saturday 9am-6pm and Sunday 10am-5pm. Children ages 9-12 are $4, ages 8 and under are free.
For more information about the Vintage Tulsa Show, call 918-619-2875 or visit www.VintageTulsaShow.com.