Even kids love vinyl these days. Hip bands release mp3s for the masses and LPs for the hardcore fans and the completists (those compelled to own everything released by a favorite artist). The return of vinyl as a high-end boutique offering has of course fueled interest and enthusiasm in old vinyl as well. From the folks that put on the famous Brooklyn Record Riot comes the first Hudson Valley Record Riot on Sunday, February 10 at the Knights of Columbus Hall located at 339 Route 82 in Hopewell Junction. The event features more than 40 tables of LPs, CDs and memorabilia. It runs from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and admission is free, or $10 for early entry at 9 a.m. Tables may still be available at $60 each. Learn more at https://recordriots.com or call (609) 468-0885.
Hudson Valley Record Riot this Sunday in Hopewell Junction
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