Show Hours & FAQ
Typical Show Hours
All shows share these hours unless otherwise noted:
Friday 12 PM - 6 PM | Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM | Sunday 11 AM - 5 PM
Special Show Hours
Please note that the following shows have special show hours. If a show is NOT mentioned here, then it follows the typical hours above.
MARCH 2-4, 2018
Friday, March 2: 2 PM - 8 PM*
Saturday, March 3: 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday, March 4: 11 AM - 5 PM
*Special Friday Hours
DENVER, CO [WHOLESALE SHOW]
SEPTEMBER 13-16, 2018
Thursday, September 13: 12 PM - 6 PM
Friday, September 14: 10 AM - 6 PM
Saturday, September 15: 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday, September 16: 11 AM - 5 PM
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
+ How Much Do Tickets Cost?
- "Discounted Tickets" cost $6.00 (credit card only) if purchased online in advance.
- "Standard Tickets" are $8.00 (cash only) at the door.
- Military, Wholesale buyers and Schools receive special admission. Please see "Are There Any Discounts For Admission?" for more information.
+ Are There Any Discounts For Admission?
Military members (active and veteran) and their immediate family members receive free admission to the show. Please bring your current Military ID to the show to gain entrance. Thank you for your service!
Registered wholesale buyers receive free admission after their first trip to the show. Make sure to stop register/check-in at the wholesale registration desk to get on our wholesale list. For further instructions on wholesale registration, please visit our WHOLESALE REGISTRATION page.
We provide registered schools free admission and access to the wholesale section (where applicable). To register your school, please visit our TEACHER REGISTRATION page.
+ Are There Any Age/General Restrictions?
- Age Restrictions
Children under the age of 9 are not permitted in the show.
- General Restrictions
Strollers And Photography are not allowed inside the show.
+ Are InterGem Shows Open To The Public?
Yes, all REGULAR InterGem shows are open to the public. However, wholesale only sections within the shows are not open to the public. To enter the wholesale section, you must register as a wholesale buyer. For more information about registering as a wholesale buyer, please visit our WHOLESALE REGISTRATION page.
Shows That Are NOT Open To The Public:
- InterGem Denver Trade Show: Our annual Denver Trade show during Denver Jewelry Week (September) is not open to the public. You must be a registered wholesale buyer to enter the show. All other InterGem Denver Shows are open to the public.
- GLDA Las Vegas Wholesale Show: Our annual Las Vegas Wholesale show during Las Vegas Jewelry Week (May-June) is not open to the public. You must be a registered wholesale buyer to enter the show.
+ How Do I Know If A Show Is Cancelled?
InterGem rarely cancels any planned show. If a show must be cancelled due to inclimate weather or any other reason, we will make it abundantly clear on our website.
+ What Are "Wholesale Sections?
We have designated "Wholesale Sections" within most, but not all, shows. This area provides business owners and wholesale buyers the oppotunity to make large purchases with specialized tax relief in states that are applicable. These sections are not open to the public. To gain entrance to a wholesale section you must be a registered wholesale buyer. For more information on registering, please visit our WHOLESALE REGISTRATION page.
+ What Are "Bead Shows?
Designated "Bead Shows" are specialized shows for jewelry makers and crafters. These shows are restricted to bead and jewelry supply dealers. You will be able to find a huge selection of supplies to create your own jewelry, accessories and decor. Bead shows DO NOT have a wholesale section and are open to the public.
+ What Are "GLDA Shows?
Gem & Lapidary Dealers Association (GLDA) shows are wholesale jewelry shows for business owners and wholesale buyers. These shows correspond with Las Vegas Jewelry Week (May-June) which is an annual event in "Sin City" where wholesale buyers converge to stock up on merchandise and supplies. These shows are NOT open to the public and require registration.