THERE is a must-see event for music lovers coming to Wrexham this month.
VOD Music will return to Ty Pawb for their last record fair of the year, on Saturday, November 19.
Record dealers from across the UK are lined up for what should be a great day for music lovers, collectors and browsers.
All formats and genres will be on sale across 30 stalls, plus there will also be Halycon Dreams DJ sets, a bar, street food outlets, art gallery and a great selection of in-house market stalls.
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It is free entry to the fair, which will open at 10am and run until 4pm.
Organiser Colin Trueman said: “Ty Pawb is the perfect venue for an event such as this with easy road and rail connections, everything under one roof, food stalls, bar, gallery and stalls. It is very popular with fair goers.
“If you fancy a crate dig through the thousands of vinyl records, a hunt through the CD stalls join us.”
For information visit vodmusic.co.uk or phone Colin on 07904 688739.
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