Vinyl enthusiasts listen up: The Geelong Record Fair is back for the second time this year and it has you covered for all your vinyl collecting needs.
Whether you’re looking for something new to fill that small space in between Joy Division and Judas Priest, or you’re just an old soul, searching for music you can actually hold in your hand, this free event is one not to be missed.
Run by local crate diggers, a motley crew of dedicated hoarders and collectors who for reasons of lack of money, space or sanity, and in some cases all three, are selling obscure and prized possessions from their personal collections.
There will be 30 tables of music treasures to sift through, with two tables covered in CD’s, 45’s, 78’s and memorabilia, while the rest is purely dedicated to original 12 inch vinyl albums.
You can find the fair at The Malthouse on Lowe Street in Corio. This quirky location is enough to spark excitement in every vintage enthusiast, not to mention there are also heaps of private collectors and dealers selling across all different genres.
Starting at 11am on Sunday June 9, they’ll be slinging LP’s, cassettes, memorabilia and heaps more til 4pm.
Music lovers unite!