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Main Street Vinyl Record Fair 8 - with Johnny de Courcy Live! (DAY 1): Knights of the Turntable

Sat. November 9th 2013 11 AM - 4 PM The Cambrian Hall (All Ages) 11 AM - 4 PM
$3 Door
Presented by: Robert Privett, BadBird Media
Buy, sell, trade - new and used vinyl. Thousands and thousands of vinyl records plus a selection of turntables and gear.

2 days. DIFFERENT VENDORS EACH DAY. Over 45 dealers. Personal collections up for sale!

Music by the Knights of the Turntable. Food by DougieDog Diner Trucks.

NEW! Special all-ages bonus concert to end the weekend!

Sunday, 3:30 PM @ The Main Street Vinyl Record Fair
Free w/ Admission (Come Early)


Sat., Nov. 9th & Sun., Nov. 10th, 2013
Time : 11 AM – 4 PM
Place : 215 East 17th Ave, Vancouver, BC
Bonus Concert : 3:30 PM Sun (Come Early)



THE VANCOUVER VINYL DISCOUNT CARD - 10% Off at 10 Vancouver Record Stores - Including Neptoon Records, Highlife Records, Red Cat Records, Zulu Records, Dandelion Records, Zoo Zhop, The Beat Merchant, Scrape Records, Beat Street Records and Vinyl Records.

THE MAIN STREET MEAL TICKET - Dine Out on Main Street and Let Us Help with the Bill - Participating restaurants include The Reef, Cray, Mr. Brownstone, Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. and The Main.



The Main Street Vinyl Record Fair also supports charities like CiTR Student Radio, Girls Rock Camp and The Safe Amplification Society through our vinyl record donation program. Records are donated from local collectors who want to see their collection spread throughout the community and shared with new generations of music fans. The records are sold at the fair with 100% of the money raised given to music-related charities in Vancouver. You never know what you'll find. There's always gems to be had!

Come out the Main Street Vinyl Record Fair and support music culture in BC!



Johnny de Courcy was born in his mothers bed in an old house on Commercial Drive in the late eighties. His musical style is very "classic" with influences from Neil Young, Elliott Smith, Weezer and the Beatles. If you didn't know, Johnny used to play in New Westminsters "metal titans" Black Wiz. But being a titan of metal can sometimes get boring so de Courcy left to pursue the (softer) songs in his heart with some help from longtime friend/producer Michael Kraushaar. After recording the Bad Teeth cassette in 2011, Green Burrito records put that baby on the shelves and the rest is history. de Courcy recently released his debut LP "Johnny de Courcy and the Death Rangers" and has been touring "relentlessly" in wake of it.

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** Vinyl Available at Dandelion Records, Neptoon Records, Red Cat Records, Zulu Records and Online ***


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The Main Street Record Fair is brought to you by Badbird Media, The Georgia Straight, VanPrint and CiTR 101.9 FM.
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