The WFMU Record Fair is this weekend (May 30 - June 1) at the 69th Regiment Armory in Manhattan (25th & Lex). They've released their live performance schedule that includes sets by Dan Melchior, Laura Cantrell (who used to have a show on WFMU), UK band The Flatmates (in for Popfest), a high-concept Pere Ubu cover band, and more. Full schedule and details are listed below.

Admission to the WFMU Record Fair is $7 per day or you can pay $25 which gets you early admission on Friday (5/30) and lets you in all three days. If you want in for less, you can get $2 off admission with a BrooklynVegan coupon, found below. Either print it out or show on your mobile device to redeem.

WFMU Record Fair schedule and BV discount coupon below...




Friday, May 30:

3-6pm: Miniature Minotaurs with Kurt
Live broadcast from Fair

7-8pm: Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam
Live broadcast from Fair, with guests DJ ALF and Homeboy Sandman

8-9pm: Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine
Live broadcast from Fair

Saturday, May 31:

11am-1pm: The Michael Shelley Show
Live broadcast from Fair

3pm - 6pm: The Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T
Live Broadcast from Fair, with performances by Dan Melchior (3:30) and The Flatmates (4:30).

Sunday, June 1:

2pm: Live performance by Laura Cantrell

5pm: Ubu Sings Ubu Band
Direct from the off-off Broadway hit, Ubu Sings Ubu Band plays the obscenely classic 70's songs of cult band Pere Ubu, as sung by the character Pere Ubu (Tony Torn) from Alfred Jarry's classically obscene play Ubu Roi. "Loud, inspired and more than a little deranged." - NY Times; "Splendid, enraged, hilarious and fucking well played" - Time Out New York

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