Ticket applications are now available for the "Antiques Roadshow" summer production tour appearance in Santa Clara on June 7.
"Antiques Roadshow," the most popular ongoing series on PBS, and KQED will host an all-day appraisal event for approximately 6,000 ticketed guests, who will receive free valuations of their antiques and collectibles.
Three episodes of the series will be created from the Santa Clara tour stop to be included in the show's 19th season airing in 2015.
Tickets applications will be available through April 7, at www.pbs.org/roadshow/tickets. The tickets, which are free, will be awarded via random drawing. Each selected guest is invited to bring two items for appraisal.
Santa Clara is among eight U.S. cities being visited by "Antiques Roadshow" this summer. As part of the visit, the show will also film segments in and around the South Bay, highlighting local history and places of interest.
"We are thrilled to come back to the Bay Area after the wonderful time we had in San Jose five years ago," said executive producer Marsha Bemko in a media release. "Guests will bring about 10,000 to 12,000 items to our appraisal event, so we're sure to uncover some great treasures."