This Sunday sees the welcome return of the Brudenell Social Club’s record fair after more than a year since it was last seen in Leeds. Of course, for vinyl fans it’s a great chance to search for missing pieces of a collection while actually being able to see the condition of the records themselves. It seems that certain old records can only be found on the internet these days- often a detached and somewhat soulless process, so it’s good to see that people are still willing to sell their collections face to face. There’s also the bonus of experiencing something a little different from popping down to your local record shop. Fairs are often the best place to find the best selection and prices, and you’ll no doubt meet some interesting music fans when you’re there. A wide range of private sellers will be setting up stalls, so expect a broad selection across a variety of genres.
Even if you don’t own a turntable, there’ll be numerous CDs as well as music memorabilia on display. It’ll be nice to see what rare treats will be on offer this time round. Also, unlike many other fairs of this type in and around Leeds it’s free entry all day and runs from 10am-4pm, so there’s plenty of time to get down to peruse the stalls. Food and refreshments will be on offer all day, plus of course the great selection of booze at the bar that’s still served at social club prices. See you there.
For more information or to get a very reasonable price on setting up a stall yourself, get in touch with the organisers here- firstname.lastname@example.org