It’s no secret that Seattleites love a good flea market. And while the Fremont Market and local vintage sellers normally satisfy our shopping wants and needs, why not check out something a little more niche? The Northwest Record Show is back this month and it’s time to put your records on.
The Northwest Record Show is the perfect spot to shop tons of collectible records and CDs from both dealers and stores across the PNW all under one roof. Expect to find records, LPs, 45s, CDs, and DVDs with genres like R&B, Funk, Jazz, Rock, Rockabilly, Blues, Country, Hip Hop, Folk, Bluegrass, Punk, and more. With over 50 tables we’re sure you’ll find something for yourself or for a friend.
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If your record collection is already overflowing you’ll also be able to shop other music-related collectibles. And with admission so cheap you might as well check it out and use it as an excuse to see what’s new at Seattle Center. Plus if you bring a can of food to donate to Northwest Harvest you’ll get $1 off the price of admission.
See? Really no reason not to check it out. The Armory is a cool building and definitely nostalgic for any born and raised Seattleites. If you’d like to learn more you can click below.
When: October 17th
Where: Seattle Center Armory Food Court, 305 Harrison St
Cost: $2-$3 GA, $15 8 am admission