The 2018 edition of the WFMU Record Fair will be back at the Brooklyn Expo Center on April 27-29 with table after table of vintage vinyl and more. As usual, WFMU will be broadcasting live with special performances throughout the weekend, and this year that includes Wreckless Eric, Philly band Hurry, and DJ Jonathan Toubin on Saturday, April 28, and more. There will also be free film screenings in the Movie Lounge, including Harry Nilsson's classic children's fable, The Point, and Dan Ackroyd's inexplicable classic-in-his-mind Nothing But Trouble.

Admission is $7 per day, or you can buy a $25 three-day pass that gets you early admission on Friday. Proceeds go to help keep WFMU on the air. More details, screenings and live performances listings below.

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WFMU RECORD FAIR 2018

LIVE BROADCASTS:

FRIDAY APRIL 27TH:

Sheila B's Sophisticated Boom Boom: 4pm - 6pm
Billy Jam's Put the Needle on the Record: 7pm - 8pm

SATURDAY APRIL 28TH:

Michael Shelley: 11am - 1pm
Fool's Paradise With Rex: 1pm - 3pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd: 3pm - 6pm

LIVE MUSIC:

Saturday, April 28th (on the Todd-o-phonic Todd show):

3pm: Wreckless Eric
3.45pm: Brower
4.30pm: Hurry
5.15pm: DJ Jonathan Toubin

IN THE MOVIE LOUNGE:

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World: directed by Catherine Bainbridge & Alfonso Maiorana (courtesy of Kino Lorber)
The Manson Family: An Opera: directed by John Moran
The Point: directed/animated by Fred Wolf, music by Harry Nilsson
Nothing But Trouble: directed by Dan Aykroyd

Food from Two Boots and Dub Pies, beer from Sierra Nevada, PLUS Al Gori’s Homespun Merry-Go-Round!