Live bands, amazing films, and a gigantic room filled with wall-to-wall records and collectibles
Records lovers unite this weekend at WFMU's massive three-day dig fest at the Metropolitan Pavilion. Forced to cancel last year due to Sandy, this year promises to be a return to form. Goers can expect 30,000 square feet brimming with LPs, CDs, DVDs and artwork for browsing and buying. Among the dealers you'll find Mystery Train Records, Kayrock, Norton Records, Play It Louder Music, and many, many, more. In addition, Blowfly, Jeffrey Lewis and The Rain, Liquor Store, and more are slated to perform, and a number of films including Miss Pussycat and Quintron's The Mystery of Old Bathbath, Andrew Bird: Fever Year, and BANANAZZZ, are screening. Music lovers of all denominations are sure to find something that catches their ear at this fest that is also a fundraiser for the radio station.