Buy Real Music At The D.C. Record Fair
If your music collection consists of iTunes downloads, burned CDs labeled "Party Mix 3," and Pandora, do yourself a favor and get some real music at D.C.'s record fair this Sunday.
Som Records, one of DC's finest record stores, is hosting the fair in conjunction with DC Soul Recordings, The Civilian Arts Project and D.C. music blogThe Vinyl District. Record dealers from New York to North Carolina will be in attendance, selling rare, used and new vinyl from all genres.
Tickets are $2, but that includes "adult" refreshments and live-spun music from DJs Name Names, D-Mac and Nitekrawler. Not too shabby for a Sunday afternoon.
Feb. 8, from 12-5PM. [Facebook]
Civilian Art Projects, 406 7th Street NW, 3rd Floor [map]