Head along to Sunbury Radio 99.3FM’s record fair at the Sunbury Social Club on Sunday, October 2 to snap up a musical bargain.
Thousands of records, CDs, cassettes, books and music memorabilia will be on sale.
Sunbury Radio presenter Andrew Smith said there will be sellers from across the state, as well as locals, showcasing their personal collections.
“It is the perfect opportunity to find the record or CD you have always wanted to own,“ he said.
The event runs from 10am to 2pm and is just $2 entry.
All proceeds will go towards not-for-profit community station Sunbury Radio, which is entirely run by volunteers.
“Being part of community radio is a lot of fun while providing a valuable community service,” Mr Smith said.
“My Wednesday night show ‘Krome Plated Yabby’ plays only Australian music, including a high proportion of local artists. For a lot of local musicians community radio is the only way to get radio airplay.”
If you are interested in becoming a presenter, volunteer, subscriber, sponsor of the station, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.