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Vinyl junkies, rejoice! The Denver Record Collectors Fall Expo — the Rocky Mountain region’s largest music collectors’ show — is back for a nineteenth year. Featuring the wares of over forty dealers and nearly 100 display tables, the expo is the perfect place to find rare LPs, 45s, CDs, music memorabilia, posters and more. All genres from rock and jazz to blues, country and metal will be on exhibit. “The spring show was our best ever — word really got out,” says record expo spokeswoman Karen Brown. “Vinyl has made a huge resurgence. Now we’re getting kids in buying vinyl. Before, they didn’t even look at the records.” This time, Brown expects between 800 and 1100 people, and says there will also be three or four new dealers in the lineup. “We’ve combined forces this time with the Mile High Rock Poster and Art Expo. It’s going to be really big.”

Bryce Hall, spokesman for the poster expo, explains, “John Borghi, another poster collector and dealer, and I started it about a year ago. It involves a lot of artists, dealers and other people involved in the rock-poster scene. I hope adding the Poster Expo to the Record Expo is a success and brings a lot more people in.”

The Denver Record Collectors Fall Expo and Mile High Rock Poster and Art Expo take place today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ramada Plaza, 10 East 120th Avenue in Northglenn. Admission is $2 at the door; for more information, visit
Sun., Sept. 11, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 2011


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