Antique Roadshow visits Cincinnati for filming of its 17th season

January 6, 2012 by  

The PBS popular series Antiques Roadshow is scheduled to visit Cincinnati on Saturday, July 21. The prime-time series will be visiting six locations this summer in order to record shows that will be scheduled to air on PBS during its 17th season in 2013. Admission to the event is free, but tickets will be required to attend. Tickets must be acquired in advance from either pbs.org/antiques or by calling 1-888-762-3749. The number is toll-free and phone lines opened on January 2. Applications for tickets must be received by April 16, and participants will be selected through a random drawing of these applicants.

Local printing companies may be called upon for banner printing, flyer printing and other printing services that are often needed for special events such as these. Cincinnati is no doubt excited and honored to be selected as one of Antique Roadshow’s six filming locations this summer. Citizens and businesses in and around the Cincinnati area will likely want to announce the event and welcome the show to the city.

Individuals in and around the Cincinnati area who have any antiques or unusual items that they would like to be appraise by the experts from Antiques Roadshow should make sure they get their ticket application in as soon as possible for this exciting event. Currently, no location has been announced for filming of the program. The last time Antiques Roadshow visited Cincinnati was on June 21, 1997 at the convention center downtown. That filming was for their second season and aired on February 2, 1998.

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