IT'S SHOW TIME: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU ARRIVE

 

The day has come! The Denver Home Show returns to the National Western Complex Friday, March through Sunday, March 20, 2022. Catch craftsmen Clint Harp of HGTV’s Fixer Upper and Magnolia Network’s Restoration Road talking tools of the trade and sharing his top home improvement tips. Hundreds of industry experts and home and garden exhibitors make the Denver Home Show your one-stop shop for every home improvement project you’re working on or thinking about.

There’s so much to see and do, we want to help you plan for the Show so you can experience it all. With the information below and by following us on Facebook and Instagram, you will have everything you need to make your Show experience the best it can be - from start to finish.

 

Buy Tickets Online and Save

Before heading to the National Western Complex, snag your tickets online. Skip the line-up and save $2 on each ticket by buying your tickets here. Discount courtesy of Westerra Credit Union. 

 

Parking

If you’re driving, parking at the National Western Complex is $10 per car. Please note the Denver Home Show is being held in the Expo Hall and Hall of Education. For more details, check out the National Western Complex Visitor Parking Map. Click here if you need more info on directions and parking.

 

Plan Ahead

Before you go to the Show, brainstorm about what you’re looking for. Maybe you’re seeking information on new kitchen cabinet options, or how to bring your landscaping back to life for spring. Whether it’s a specific tool or a more general project idea, identifying what you’re looking for will help guide your stops throughout the Show. Click here to access our full exhibitor list and make a plan for who you want to meet with in advance.

 

Talk Tools of the Trade With Clint Harp

Clint Harp is a husband, dad, carpenter, business owner, TV personality, author, and speaker who’ll be appearing at the Denver Home Show on Friday at 5 p.m. and Saturday at 1 p.m. He has appeared on all five seasons of HGTV’s hit show, Fixer Upper, as the dumpster diving, reclaimed wood-loving carpenter who can build anything renowned designer Joanna Gaines comes up with! Clint is currently traveling the country filming his new show, Restoration Road with Clint Harp, on the Magnolia Network.


Sogetsu Colorado Ikebana Show

Experience the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging from the members of the Sogetsu Colorado Branch. While some of the traditional ikebana concepts remain intact, Sogestu allows each designer to create without restraints. Come and enjoy more than 25 unique arrangements, ikebana demonstrations, hands-on workshops, plus special performances by Denver Taiko Drummers.

Here’s to the Heroes, Teachers, and Trades People

  • Hero Day is on Friday, March 18. All active military personal, veteran, first responders, and health care workers        will get FREE admission with valid ID.
  • Teacher Day is on Sunday, March 20. All teachers and school employees receive FREE admission at the box office with valid ID.
  • Trade Day is on Sunday, March 20. All home-related tradespeople or members of an affiliated association receive FREE admission at the box office with valid ID.

 

Happy Hour at the Home Show

Admission is just $5 after 5 p.m. at the box office (only) on Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19.

 

Shop, Compare, Save

One reason guests tell us they come back year after year is that the Denver Home Show lets them shop, compare and save – all under one roof. Many vendors offer their deepest discounts and show-only specials at the event.

 

Snap and Share

Be sure to share your favorite finds on your social media channels. Follow along and share on Facebook and Instagram with @DenverHomeShow and #DenverHomeShow22.


Mar 15, 2022, 20:00 PM