Listen up, crate diggers.
The art of crate digging is alive and well once again, and The Geelong Record Fair is back this year to prove it with vendors catering to OG hiphop heads, collectors looking for that rare find and DJs after a fresh haul for their Friday night set.
The key takeaways
- The annual Geelong Record Fair returns
- The free event will take over the Furphy Hall at Little Creatures
- It all goes down Sunday, October 31
Returning to the surrounds of Little Creatures Brewery in Geelong, the annual fair is back after a year hiatus (thanks to you know what), and is looking to be bigger and better than ever before.
Run by local crate diggers, a motley crew of dedicated local and international 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 tonnes of tables of music treasures to sift through, with an abundance of 12-inch vinyl albums, CD’s, 45’s, 78’s, posters, DVDs and memorabilia for you to browse and purchase.
This will be the biggest range of quality new and second-hand vinyl ever seen in the Geelong region, with all major genres being covered.
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.
It all goes down on Sunday, October 31 from 12pm at the Furphy Hall in Little Creatures Geelong. RSVP to the Facebook event here to keep up with all the updates.