3MBS music & book fair Nov 28 & 29th

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ueen Victoria Market Record Fair Sunday 22 Nov

Melbourne’s record collectors will present a genuine 70,000 Records, 10,000 CD’s and music memorabilia from the past till present in association with and at the Queen Victoria Market on Sunday 22 November 2015, in Shed C between 9am and 3 pm. This is our inaugural fair and the featured event of the week at this iconic venue.
Stall holders will have an extensive range of pop, rock, grunge, blues, jazz, country, folk, punk, progressive, heavy metal, electronica, dance, alternative, funk, soul, disco, easy listening, and selections of most other styles. Vinyl forms 75% of stock. Music magazines, books, music, DVD’s, and memorabilia will be available. From rarities to $2 boxes of LPs, you will find it all.
Despite record fairs existing in Melbourne since 1982, they have been one of the underground archivists and enthusiasts most anticipated and non-mainstream events for over 30 years. Vinyl never went away here even through the 1990’s CD heyday. It’s a place to find your Holy Grail of vinyl, make stallholder connections who will help or share their vast knowledge in a non-digital setting. Forget Google and talk to real people or browse in solitude as it is all an individual experience with no inherent barriers.
The stall holders are an intriguing mix of dedicated collectors. People attend in search of rarities, bargains, favourites from their past, unusual and more recent items. Many spend 2-3 hours or more browsing in a friendly atmosphere where people of all ages and musical persuasions can be found with the same passion. It’s a journey through the past.
The Essendon Record and CD Fair in conjunction with Essendon Secondhand Records are combining 40 years of active obsession with vinyl to make this a day music lovers will not want to miss. Free entry to the fair as well.
  

PBS Record Fair on Saturday November 21

Saturday 21 November 2015
This Weekend!

PBS 106.7FM is proud to announce the inaugural PBS Record Fair on Saturday November 21

With over 40 stalls jam packed with dealers selling the finest collectables as well as thousands of bargains, there’ll be something for everyone. LPs, 12”, 7”, CDs, Posters, T-Shirts, Music Memorabilia and more!
Plus a gourmet sausages sizzle out front to keep your energy up.
$7 early bird entry (9am) / $5 general entry (10am)

Earlybirds get the Wax!
All stalls filled, waiting list available please email Con Kalamaras con@pbsfm.org.au
PBS Record Fair, Saturday November 21 

Collingwood Town Hall, 140 Hoddle Street, Abbotsford

  9am – 2pm $7 early bird entry (9am) / $5 general entry (10am)

Queen Victoria market record fair – 22 Nov 

Melbourne’s record collectors will present a genuine 70,000 Records, 10,000 CD’s and music memorabilia from the past till present in association with and at the Queen Victoria Market on Sunday 22 November 2015, in Shed C between 9am and 3 pm. This is our inaugural fair and the featured event of the week at this iconic venue.
Stall holders will have an extensive range of pop, rock, grunge, blues, jazz, country, folk, punk, progressive, heavy metal, electronica, dance, alternative, funk, soul, disco, easy listening, and selections of most other styles. Vinyl forms 75% of stock. Music magazines, books, music, DVD’s, and memorabilia will be available. From rarities to $2 boxes of LPs, you will find it all.
Despite record fairs existing in Melbourne since 1982, they have been one of the underground archivists and enthusiasts most anticipated and non-mainstream events for over 30 years. Vinyl never went away here even through the 1990’s CD heyday. It’s a place to find your Holy Grail of vinyl, make stallholder connections who will help or share their vast knowledge in a non-digital setting. Forget Google and talk to real people or browse in solitude as it is all an individual experience with no inherent barriers.
The stall holders are an intriguing mix of dedicated collectors. People attend in search of rarities, bargains, favourites from their past, unusual and more recent items. Many spend 2-3 hours or more browsing in a friendly atmosphere where people of all ages and musical persuasions can be found with the same passion. It’s a journey through the past.
The Essendon Record and CD Fair in conjunction with Essendon Secondhand Records are combining 40 years of active obsession with vinyl to make this a day music lovers will not want to miss. Free entry to the fair as well.
For stall booking please email ess2ndcdlpbooks@optusnet.com

Kew Record Fair – Sunday  March 29th 

Massive record Sale! Over 40,000 Lp’s, 45’s, 1000’s of CDs, record Sleeves, Classics, Cheap Bargains and Rarities. 

Our first Fair for 2015 is happening on Sundays 29th of March… We’re getting extremely excited and can say that everything’s ready to rock and it’s looking like it’s going to be a great fairs. 

How many tables of Vinyl & CD’s will there be: 

We have 50 tables booked, so its going to be a Full House! To give you an idea of how much music there will be, Each table holds 10 Crates of Vinyl and a Crate holds 60-70 LP’s. 

Who’ll be selling at the Fair? 

We have a great mix of Quality Sellers coming from all over Melbourne include Private Collectors, DJ’s, Musicians, Radio Presenters, Independent Music Stores and Professional Sellers. Many of the regular sellers that are taking part have been personally invited back because they consistently bring a quality mix of music covering all styles and genres. 

What style of music will there be? 

There’ll be crate after crate of Rock and Pop on Vinyl and CD, including releases from Australia, UK and the USA. As always, expect to see a healthy slab of Original Soul, Funk, Disco & Jazz as well as stacks of 80′s & 90′s Hip Hop and Beats! Some sellers will have an stuff like weird Electronica, Progressive Rock, Folk, Krautrock and New Wave. There’s also going to be Record Sleeves and music memorabilia. There’s a couple of EX DJ’s specializing in Dance music inc.House, Breaks, Electro & Techno. 

Cheap Vinyl & CD’S ? 

The afternoon can be great if you’re looking for a bargain at the fair. I’ve noticed quite a number of sellers at previous fairs doing some crazy mark downs as the day progresses. 

Will there be 45′s? 

There are a number of Sellers that regularly bring 45′s to the Fair. There’s always a nice selection on offer, including Soul, Funk, Rock, Australian, Picture Cover EP’s and Jazz 

How much does it costs? 

General Entry is $4 (between 9am and 4pm) / Early entry is $10 between 7:30 and 9am 

Early Bird Entry 

If you wake up at the crack of dawn and feel the need to start looking through whats on offer at the fair or you have to work and want to get in a hour or two before you start, we have the early bird entry that starts at 7:30am and runs till 9am. The costs is $10