The Northside Record Fair Returns This Weekend After Taking a Year Off Due to COVID

Note: Saturday's record fair will require either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test from the past 48 hours.

A previous Northside Record Fair - Photo: Provided by Northside Record Fair
Photo: Provided by Northside Record Fair
A previous Northside Record Fair

Attention vinyl fans and crate-diggers: The Northside Record fair is back on Nov. 6 after taking a hiatus last year due to COVID-19.

But if you want to hunt through "over 40 tables of Jazz, Punk, Psych, Blues, Classic Rock, World Music, Classical, Garage Rock, Hip Hop, Experimental, Folk, Industrial, Country, Electronic, Prog (and) Soul," per a release, you'll need to be vaccinated.

The record fair will require either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test from the previous 48 hours, and host site North Church (4222 Hamilton Ave., Northside) will require everyone to wear a mask inside. Masks will be available at the entrance. 

Sponsored by Cincinnati's Torn Light Records and Shake It Records, the fair will feature vendors from across the Midwest. 

"This ain't no Beatles and Elvis fair. These vendors will be bringing out the good stuff, the rare stuff, the stuff you only dream of finding," reads a release. "Everything from LP's, 45's, 7"s, cassettes, CD's, posters, T-shirts, and who knows what other kinds of memorabilia, plus DJ's spinning killer tunes all day."

11 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 6. Admission is $5 or $10 for early entry at 10 a.m. Learn more at northsiderecordfair.com.


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