With dozens of vendors from throughout the New England and the Tri-State area selling new and used music in all formats, the WESU community record fair has become a cherished tradition, attracting a diverse crowd of new and old record collectors. Hosting over twenty vendors, each offering their own unique mix of genres and formats, there is surely something for every type of collector! In addition to records, you’re likely to find new and used CDs for sale, as well as music-related apparel, books, and more.
The WESU Spring 2015 Record Fair will take place on Saturday, March 28th from 11am-4pm in Beckham Hall, a large room on Wesleyan’s campus filled with natural light and home to a great sound system. WESU DJs will be spinning records live throughout the day to inspire your crate digging. So come on out in search of that one record you’ve been hunting for and support your favorite listener supported community radio station in the process!
Beckham Hall is located on the campus of Wesleyan University at - directly across from the admissions office parking lot.
There are still a few vendor spots left, but they’re going fast! Email Lee Berman (email@example.com) if you want to rent a table to sell your merchandise. Cleaning out your shelves but can’t make it to the event? Please consider donating your records for WESU to sell to aid in our fundraising efforts.
ABOUT WESU 88.1FM
Now over 75 years old, WESU is one of the oldest non-commercial radio stations in the United States. By day, Monday through Friday, WESU offers a diverse mix of news and public affairs from NPR, Pacifica, and independent and local media sources. Week nights and weekends WESU student and community volunteer broadcasters provide a freeform mix of creative music programming featuring music not readily available elsewhere on the radio.
The station currently broadcasts at the frequency of 88.1 FM from its 6,000-watt transmitter located atop the Wesleyan University science tower in Middletown, CT with a potential to reach over one million listeners throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts. WESU also streams audio, online through their website www.wesufm.org.