Friday, May 8, 2009

Save The Date! | The Washington, DC Record Fair Returns, Saturday, May 9!

TVD is proud to have once again teamed up with Som Records and DC Soul Recordings to bring you yet another Washington DC, Record Fair on Saturday, May 9th from 10:00am—4:00 pm!

Now, if you recall our previous event on an abnormally warm February afternoon, you'll remember not just the heat but the crowds that packed the gallery over at our wonderful hosts Civilian Art Projects.

So, with both factors in mind, we've relocated to The Warehouse Next Door—doubling our capacity and doubling the number of dealers into the bargain! This time we've got 30 dealers from Connecticut, New York, and Richmond and many points in between. AND we've got a full bar and kitchen to sustain you between crate dives.

Oh—did I mention that DC Legend Chuck Brown's paying us a visit? He'll be blessing the crowd and signing autographs between raffles to win autographed Daptone records and posters.

DJs! We've got ten of 'em: Gavin Holland and the Nouveau Riche DJs, Neville C., Deep Sang, Stylus. Lunch Money & Almighty Dollah, Provoke, Eurok, D-Mac, Dan Amitai, and Nitekrawler!

Our good pal John Foster designed the poster art you see at the top of this announcement and we've got signed and numbered, silk-screened, limited editions of the full poster with all the specifics on heavy paper stock—on site and on sale—for a mere $10 dollars. The head spins, doesn't it?

So, let's review—The Washington, DC Record Fair Saturday, May 9 from 10:00am to 4:00 pm at The Warehouse Next Door—30 dealers from up and down the east coast—full bar—food—CHUCK BROWN!—10 DJs—Daptone raffles—bargains—the LP you thought you'd NEVER find...

I can't imagine that you'd be anyplace else.

(RSVP on Facebook right here!)

7 comments:

Dan Amitai said...

Looking forward to this one!!!

Bradford Pearson said...

Who's excited? I am!

Anonymous said...

I'm hoping and assuming that they mean the Warehouse Theater, and not Warehouse Next Door which is tiny and closed.

JON said...

Yes indeed, the theatre...

Anonymous said...

Actually, it's the Theatre, the Warehouse Next Door Space, AND the Gallery upstairs :)

Howard said...

I can't believe I missed this. Any chance that they might be doing this again?

JON said...

We're looking at late Summer/early Fall for another one...