If you are like most of us and re-live the best, worst, and favorite memories of your life through your music, this weekend will be like a journey to Oz as The Orange County Record Show takes center stage.
In the era of ever changing technology, it is nice to know that some things remain the same – our ongoing affection for physical media, for instance. As a fairly good judge and critic of all things music, I have never had anyone tell me that I have an impressive MP3 collection!
What is always a source of joy and discussion is any person’s collection of vinyl records, CDs, and cassette tapes. If you have them signed by the artist, that just sends us into a frenzy of discussing our sonic heroes.
Unofficially speaking of course, this just may be the largest event of its kind on the planet. It is guaranteed to have something for everyone; no matter what your musical taste is.
The event is held the last Sunday of each month, except in December of 2023.
This month, the all-ages and public event takes place September 24th and it will feature over 90 tables filled with thousands of records (full length EPs – 12-inch mixes-maxi singles – 45s), CDs, cassettes, and other music memorabilia.
The event will be held at the air conditioned 10,000 square foot UFCW Union Hall. Early admission starts at 7:15 a.m. ($10 admission) and runs to 10 a.m. General admission 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. is just $5,
Children under 12 are free. And parking is FREE!
Get out and re-live the best way to experience your musical memories and make new ones; experience music like it was always meant to be.