Listen up, crate diggers.
The art of crate digging is alive and well once again, and the Lamb fam is making up for all the lost nights indulging in music over the past 18 months with their very own record fair catering to OG hiphop heads, collectors looking for that rare find and DJs after a fresh haul for their at-home Friday night set.
The key takeaways
- Lambys is hosting their very first record fair
- The free event will take over the venue on Sunday, September 19
- You’ll find 12-inch vinyl, 45s, CDs, cassettes, DVDs and a stack of musical memorabilia
Reinventing what we knew of a Sunday session at Lambys, the record fair will take over the venue on Sunday, September 19 for a whole afternoon of crate digging.
No matter if you are just getting into vinyl, are a seasoned crate digger or are looking for rare finds and deep cuts to perfect your collection, this event will have you sorted!
Over 15 dedicated vendors will bring along a treasure trove of quality 12-inch vinyl, 45s, CDs, cassettes, DVDs and a stack of musical memorabilia spanning all major genres to sift through so ensure you allow yourself a few hours.
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.
Entry is absolutely free and the Lambys Lounge bar will be fully open for you to grab a beer (or maybe even a Mario kart) while you shop. The team upstairs at Black Sheep will also have lunch and snacks available if you get hungry or need a coffee.
ATM facilities are also on-site and all ages are welcome to join in on the fun!
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.
The Lambys Record Fair goes down on Sunday, September 19. For more info, visit the Facebook event page here.