THE CFCR SIXTH SORT-OF-ANNUAL, 30TH ANNIVERSARY RECORD FAIR!


Aug 24, 2021

CFCR presents the Sixth, sort-of annual, full of wax and fully vaxxed 30th Anniversary Record Fair at the spacious Grace Westminster Church, one block west of Broadway (505 10th Street East) on Saturday, September 25th, 2021!

Featuring 20 returning and first-time vendors, buyers can dig through crates full of a wide variety of new, used, and collectible records, and other musical goodies.

Admission is $5 from 11am to 4pm, with a limited number of "Early Nerd" tickets available for $10. These tickets will grant access to the sale starting at 10am. A limited number of "Early Nerd" spots will be available to ensure exclusive/safe shopping! Purchase your ticket HERE!

Please note that capacity will be limited throughout the day. Masks will be required for all attendees and staff of the fair.

Plenty of free street parking is available.
Be sure to visit "Budski's Lounge" out front of the venue and partake in delicious TJ's Pizza (west Saskatoon location) and Pop while chatting over the records you just picked up.
 
Also, stop by and check out the CFCR table and pick up your very own CFCR swag at discount prices!
 
**We are currently full for vendors at this year's sale. You can email production@cfcr.ca to be added to our cancellation/waitlist, or to be informed of future sales. Thank you!**
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