JANUARY 25 - 26, 2014 in Mesa, AZ
Fulfilling the dreams of every cowboy and cowgirl!
Unmistakably the most popular Western Americana weekend gathering in the country… For two straight days, step into the richness and romance of the Old West…be captivated by the history, the people and the artisanship that emerged and still thrives today…AND, see your friends.
From the minute you walk into the Mesa Convention Center, you will find yourself immersed in shopping from the over 150 nationally renowned dealers featuring the finest in Western Art, Native American artistry, incredible furnishings for your home or lodge, clothing for every cowboy and cowgirl and jewelry. Honoring the horse, without whom the West would “never have been won” — you will find the finest in bits, saddles, spurs, bridles, chaps — both historic and contemporary — the High Noon shows allow you to dream, socialize, learn and buy from the best.
The World Class High Noon Western Americana Auction is held on Saturday evening in between the two days of the antique show. Each year this record-breaking event brings to the block over 300 lots from historic collections and individual pieces. The High Noon Auction gives you the opportunity to bid on and buy the exquisite to the rare such as Bohlin parade saddles, Hollywood memorabilia from John Wayne to Roy Rogers, fine art from the masters… the auction catalog itself is a learning source that can be kept and used for reference for many years. The event is fun, the energy in the room infectious - filled with buyers from around the world competing for their treasured piece of American history.
The High Noon Western Americana Weekend Event – DON’T MISS IT!
(See below for this year’s schedule of events)
January 25-26, 2014
Mesa Convention Center
263 N Center St
Mesa, AZ 85201
Public enters antique show via Building B
Preview: January 23-25, 2014
Auction: January 25, 2014
Phoenix Marriott Mesa (adjacent to the Mesa Convention Center)
200 N Centennial Way
Mesa, AZ 85201
Free of Charge
Catalog $30 US, $45 Foreign
Thursday, January 23:
Auction Preview and Bidder Registration: 3:00pm - 7:00pm
Friday, January 24:
Auction Preview and Bidder Registration: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday, January 25:
Auction Preview: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Bidder Registration: Begins at 9:00am
Auction: 5:00pm sharp
Antique Show Public Admission:
$10 one day
$15 weekend pass
Kids 12 & under free
Antique ShowDiscount Coupon – Get a weekend pass for $10
Show Hours for the public:
Saturday, January 25: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Sunday, January 26: 9:30am - 3:00pm
Early Admission during dealer set up Friday, January 24mnnnnnnn `1
(Enter via Building C)
Non-Exhibiting Exhibitors, please call the High Noon office for details.
Free Parking for Attendees:
Regular-size vehicles: From Center St head east on 2nd St; enter parking lot on your left
RVs & vehicles pulling a trailer: Park free in the Third Place Parking lot, located on the corner of Center Street & University (look for the Mesa Convention Center marquee on the corner). This is an open lot so there are no height or length restrictions.
The Third Place Parking lot is the only place at the Mesa Convention Center where you can park overnight. It doesn’t matter if you have a regular-size vehicle, an RV, or are pulling a trailer. (No hook-ups, water or dump facilities are available) If you plan on leaving your vehicle parked overnight on Thursday, Friday and/or Saturday, you must park in the Third Place Parking lot, and you are required to purchase a $10 permit (good for all three nights). Anything past 10:00 pm Thursday, 12:00 am Friday and/or 12:00 am Saturday is considered “overnight.” You can purchase your “overnight” permit when you come in to get your Early Entry badge on Friday (Building C). Make sure you place your permit on your dashboard or somewhere where it can be easily seen by parking attendants.
If you are coming in with the public on Saturday, and you only need a overnight parking permit for Saturday night, you can purchase your permit at the show entrance (Building B). The cost is $10 for one night or all three nights (Thursday, Friday, & Saturday).
If you are a guest at the Phoenix Marriott Mesa, located next to the Mesa Convention Center, you can park in their lot overnight, free of charge.