Beth Townsend, the Public Relations Director at WESU radio station, remarked that:
"the WESU fall record fair is a treasured and incredibly fun event that gets everyone in the community and east coast involved in sharing and appreciating music. WESU truly values [our] listenership and loyalty to the station."
WESU’s Fall Community Record Fair returns to Wesleyan’s Beckham Hall on Sunday October 9th from 11am to 4pm. This fun filled annual event features dozens of vendors from across the northeast selling new and used records and music in all formats. It’s also a great place to find concert T-shirts and music memorabilia. Plus, you can pick up some WESU discounted swag! WESU DJs will be spinning vinyl all day and the WESU booth will be selling thousands of albums and CDs for $1 each!!!
The event is free and open to the public. New this year, early bird record crate digger $5 admission for 10am before the event is open to the public.
WESU is always accepting record donations to sell or add to our extensive record library at the station.
Vendor space is sold out. For more info contact WESU Ben Michael, WESU General Manager. email@example.com www.wesufm.org
ABOUT WESU 88.1FM
Established in 1939 as a community service of Wesleyan University, WESU is one of the oldest
Noncommercial radio stations in the United States. WESU currently broadcasts at the
frequency of 88.1 FM from its 6,000watts from a terrestrial 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. Listeners can also listen to any program broadcast on WESU for up to two weeks after its initial broadcast, via the statation’s website.