Pittsburgh’s newest record show, the Pgh Vinyl Convention, debuts on Saturday October 8th, 2011 in conjunction with the second annual VIA Music and New Media Festival in East Liberty.
VIA is # 5 on Resident Advisor’s top ten festivals list – its debut last year boasted over 2,000 attendees – and this year promises to be … even bigger.
The Pgh Vinyl Convention is at the same building as the VIA festival – 6022 Broad Street in East Liberty – but is in its own space with its own entrance at 162 Sheridan Street.
Pgh Vinyl Convention
Saturday October 8th, 2011 9 am – 5 pm
162 Sheridan Ave. (East Liberty)
entrance directly to the right of Domino’s Pizza
early admission 9 am – 10 am, $10
general admission 10 am – 5 pm, $3
This is an ALL AGES event appropriate for the entire family.
Dealers will load in around the corner at 6022 Broad St. There’s an elevator at this entrance. Parking for dealers is located around the corner across from the main entrance on Sheridan Ave.
– Load in for dealers starts at 8 am
– Table fee is $40 per table (at this time there is no limit on number of tables per dealer). A $20 down payment per table will be required with the total balance due the day of the convention.
This is a new record show and we’re aware that it’s coming together right under the wire, but there are perks:
In addition to the influx of people who will be traveling to Pittsburgh for VIA, there is also another record show, the Pittsburgh Record Fest, going on the same night (Saturday October 8th) at a nearby venue, Belvedere’s in Lawrenceville. There is no fee to be a vendor at Pittsburgh Record Fest. These two shows falling on the same day offers unprecedented incentive for potential attendees and vendors to travel to Pittsburgh to buy/sell records. For more information about Pittsburgh Record Fest contact Jason Baldinger (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Max Terasavro (email@example.com).
For more information about The Pittsburgh Vinyl Convention, or to be a vendor contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for reading and supporting,
J. Malls (I DIG PGH) and Mike Seamans (Mind Cure Records)