City Record Fair
Search for vinyl in King George Square.
December 03, 2019
Is buying vinyl is part of your Christmas shopping plans this year? Whether you're scouring the racks for the perfect gift or looking for a bargain for yourself, make a beeline to King George Square. For the first time, the CBD spot is hosting a record fair — and you can bet there'll be plenty of tunes waiting for a new home.
Taking place from 9am–3pm on Saturday, December 21, City Record Fair is an offshoot of Brisbane's regular monthly record fair in West End — just in quite the striking CBD location. Expect a whole range of sellers, including folks travelling up from Sydney to offload their vinyl to avid shoppers and collectors. Entry is free, and it'll all be happening next to King George Square's huge Christmas tree.
Looking for last-minute pressies? If your loved ones own a turntable, going hunting for records is bound to throw up a few treasures. You can find all manner of delights at a record fair, from old classics your parents will love, to retro wonders that'll look great in your bestie's collection — and whatever you're looking to add to your own pile, obviously.
Top image: Brisbane City Council.