Record Store Day is in the rearview which means it's just about time for the 2019 WFMU Record Fair, which happens April 26-28 at the Brooklyn Expo Center (79 Franklin St) with tables of vintage vinyl as far as the eye can see, plus live performances, live WFMU broadcasts, film screenings and more. The hours this year are a little different, with Friday hours 4-8 PM, Saturday hours 10 AM - 7 PM, and Sunday hours 10 AM to 6 PM. It's $8 general admission per day, or you can buy a $30 three-day pass that gets you early admission on Friday from 1-4 PM. You can also get $3 off general daily admission by showing the coupon below (you can show it on your phone or print it out). Admission goes to keeping WFMU on the air and more details are here.

As for live performances, on Saturday (4/27) it's a killer lineup of The Oblivians, The Gories and The Equals' Derv Gordon with So What (all of whom play Music Hall of Williamsburg later that night), and The Nuclears; and on Sunday (4/28) you can catch psych-folk duo Elkhorn. There will also be film screenings in the Movie Lounge, schedule and lineup still to be announced.

The live performance and WFMU DJ schedule, and a gallery of pics from last year's Record Fair, is below.


Live Bands:

Saturday (From 1:30-5pm)
The Oblivians
The Gories
So What with Derv Gordon
The Nuclears

Elkhorn (3pm)

Live Broadcasts:

Dance With Me, Stanley with DJ Stashu (6-7pm)

Music to Spazz By with Dave the Spazz (11am-1pm)
Fool’s Paradise with Rex (1-3pm)
Todd-O-Phonic Todd (3-6pm)