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Armadillo, KDVS to host Vinyl & Music Fair

Armadillo Music is hosting the Vinyl & Music Fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 30, at the Davis Senior Center, 646 A St.

This event has grown from a small 10 table event in a vacant retail space into a 55 table celebration of vinyl, CDs, tables, DVDs and anything music related in a large event center. Many of the vendors have been sellers at every single Vinyl Fair, while new vendors sign up as the word gets out about the volume of buyers that attend each event.

Anyone can become a vendor by visiting Armadillo Music, 205 F St. in Davis, or by calling 530-758-8058 during business hours. Tables are $35 each, but any single vendor is limited to purchasing three tables maximum. There are no limitations as to what a vendor can sell, but it must be music related. The focus is on vinyl and CDs, but other vendors have had tremendous success with turntables, memorabilia, posters, T-shirts and anything related to the many genres of music that exist.

The event continues being organized in conjunction with UC Davis radio station KDVS (90.3 FM). The station will be selling items at the event as well. Many of the DJs will be performing live sets at the event as well.

For more information, call Armadillo Music at 530-758-8058. If you would like to do a detailed story about the fair you can call Armadillo Music & ask for Paul or Josh. Any employee at Armadillo Music can sell you a table for the event.

Admission is free to the public, but early birds will be admitted for a $5 fee at 8:30 a.m.

Special to The Enterprise

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