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Burlington Record Fair Returns to Nectar's

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Published October 20, 2022 at 12:13 p.m.


The Burlington Record Fair - COURTESY OF EVAN LECOMPTE
  • courtesy of Evan LeCompte
  • The Burlington Record Fair
The sixth annual Burlington Record Fair returns to Nectar's in Burlington this Sunday, October 23, for another day of crate digging and record spinning.

The Burlington Record Fair poster - COURTESY OF EVAN LECOMPTE
  • courtesy of Evan LeCompte
  • The Burlington Record Fair poster
The event features more than 20 vendors from all over Vermont, including Burlington Records, Winooski's Autumn Records and Montpelier's Buch Spieler Records. Out-of state-vendors such as Black Dog Records from Bloomingdale, N.Y., will also be on hand. Several private vendors will have their collections available, as well.

The event kicks off at 11 a.m. Early birds looking to score deals or find rarities can pay a $5 entry fee to peruse the stacks for the first hour. After noon, the fair is free and runs until 4 p.m. According to organizer Evan LeCompte, who also deejays under the handle Cre8,  DJs will spin vinyl all day, as the floor of Nectar's morphs into a massive record shop for the day. 

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