Sports fans rejoice! The Shreveport Card Show is coming back for the first show of 2024. The event is set for April 20th and 21st, at the Acrosports and The Fieldhouse on American Way in Shreveport.

Over the last 30 years, the world of sports collectible has blossomed into a major industry. Sports cards have become an in-demand commodity that can be traded like Wall Street stocks. Autographed jerseys and balls can easily fetch thousands of dollars, and autograph authentication has become big business.

Shreveport gets to celebrate the industry for an entire weekend, coming this April with the Shreveport Card Show.

The show will feature over 100 tables with dealers carrying all sports. You will be able to find baseball, football, basketball, hockey, pro wrestling, soccer, and more. Not only will there be cards from these sports, there will be a ton of signed memorabilia. Jerseys, helmets, balls, and more, with many authenticated for your protection.

Even though sports cards are big business, there's still an element for the kids. Brands like Topps still offer an affordable entry point for young collectors. They can get rookie cards of their favorite players, and cards of all time legends at the same time. The Shreveport Card Show is a great place to bring the family out to start a young collector's journey.

Shreveport Card Show
Shreveport Card Show

Really, there's no excuse to not come out to the Shreveport Card Show in Shreveport. You can shop from over 125 dealer tables, meet other sports card collectors, maybe pull off a trade, and have fun with the whole family.

You can get more details on the show, right here.

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Geek'd Con is back for another fantastic year at the Shreveport Convention Center. On top of the regular Geek'd Con festivities, this year on the second floor we will debuting the Shreveport Sports Card Show - which will feature sports card vendors, memorabilia vendors and sports guests!

You can find the full line-up below. Tickets are on-sale now here.

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