Early Buyer Event:
March 10, 2017 12 pm - 2 pm -- $15 admission with a pre-sold button
With an Early-Buyer-Button you can shop the show 2 hours before it officially opens! The 2017 Tri-Cities Antique Show opens at 2pm . . . Early Buyers can enter and shop the show 12 noon to 2pm. Great for those who have family commitmentsFriday evening or plans for Saturday . . . Stroll through the show at your leisure with early entry!
Early Buyer Buttons are available now (limited supply available) at the following locations:
Gesa Carousel of Dreams
2901 - F Southridge Blvd
Kennewick, WA 99338
Roxy Theatre Antiques and Gifts
101 W Kennewick Ave
Kennewick WA 99336
Friday, March 10, 2017 2 pm to 8pm
Saturday, March 11, 2017 9am to 4pm
Admission - Click here to purchase tickets!
Adult admission is $7 for both days
Kids under 12 years are admitted free.
The Tri-Cities Antique Show - with a Twist of Vintage partnered with the Three Rivers Carousel Foundation at its new home – the Southridge Events Center. With 30,000 square feet, the Southridge Events Center will be filled with Northwest dealers presenting antiques and collectibles, vintage jewelry, oak furniture, books and stamps, pottery and glass, plus A Twist of Vintage with painted (or not) furniture, garden treasures, home décor.
Event attendees will receive a ride token for the GESA Carousel of Dreams located just next door to the Southridge Events Center. The Carousel Café will be providing lunch, fresh salads, beverages and snacks throughout the Show.
Rockabilly Roasting Company will showcase gourmet coffee and baked goods for those with a sweet tooth.
The 2017 Tri-Cities Antique Show . . . with a twist of vintage! extends the welcome mat to traditional antique show dealers and those who are drawn to vintage, repurposed treasures, unique home decor, painted (or not) furniture and industrial elements for the unique and personal home. The Tri-Cities Antique Show . . . with a twist of vintage! kicks off the antique show season here in Washington.
As our show dealers confirm their participation we will provide pictures and brief introductions. The dealers of the Tri-Cities Antique Show . . . with a twist of vintage! are as varied as the antiques they bring to the show. Curious? Read on!
Connie Rogers. Connie owns Diettrick House Antiques in Walla Walla and has been a dealer at the Tri-Cities Antique Show for many years. Connie grew up in the antique business and brings a broad spectrum of knowledge to the show -- about glass, jewelry and eclectic "stuff." The primitive, daddy-made, child's stove on the left will make it's debut at the show. Connie says she brings, "The elegant, the unusual and the interesting . . . in a primitive way."
Dona Elwood. Everyone loves Dona! Between her sunny disposition and her wonderful vintage kitchenware, everyone who enters her space is inspired either with really cool old kitchen stuff or Dona herself, who spreads good cheer where ever she is. In the picture on the right is Ann Steiger (left) and Dona Elwood at the 2011 Tri-Cities Antique Show.
Lisa Richart. A true lover of eclectic smalls, Lisa has all sorts of fun stuff from vintage kitchenware to antique wooden doll sets. One of the original Farm Chick vendors, since the days of the Grange Show in Fairfield, Lisa brings a charming mix of vintage and antique elements to the Tri-Cities Antique Show. If you are setting up house and are drawn to the charm of the 1930s and 40s, you need to spend some time in Lisa's space . . . it will charm you!
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