Saturday, February 15. 9am to 5pm & Sunday, February 16, 11am to 5pm

The Lincoln Center
1316 North Lincoln Street, Spokane, WA

Coffee from Cravens. Cookies available by donation.
Free entry. Free parking. Free live music Sunday from the Hot Club of Spokane 12pm-3pm.

2014 Event Donors:
Music Corner at Pawn 1, Strong Solutions, The Cleaning Authority

The annually-anticipated KPBX Recordings & Videos Sale returns to The Lincoln Center – an historic venue for an historic event. President’s Day Weekend, February 15 and 16, audiophiles and film buffs will be treated to a setting where they can peruse and sort through thousands of gently-used LPs, CDs, 45s, DVDs, and VHS movies. A separate balcony area will set up with classic and like-new music equipment, up for bid by silent auction each day. Hard core collectors and curiosity seekers will get in line before the doors open to snap up recordings by their favorite musicians, musical genres, or hard-to-find collector’s items. Sale hours are from 9am to 5pm Saturday, and 11am to 5pm on Sunday. Admission, parking, and refreshments are free and the Lincoln Center is handicap accessible.
Inside is a music collector’s dream shopping spree. From Beethoven to the Beatles, the Moody Blues to Motown favorites, you’ll find albums and CDs from a broad cross-section of musical styles, including classical, rock, R&B, soul, reggae, folk, country, world, kids, comedy, soundtracks, jazz, and more.  Additional items for sale include 45s, CDs, cassette tapes, DVDs, books on tape, and reasonably-priced stereo equipment, including turntables, tuners, speakers, and cabinets. Shoppers will find great bargains throughout the weekend and early birds will get the worm (or the hottest collectables in this case!).
Patrick Klausen, SPR’s production director, will spin tunes throughout the sale, showcasing the wide variety of merchandise and taking requests from shoppers. From 12-3pm on Sunday, live music from the Hot Club of Spokane will fill the auditorium. 
The KPBX Recordings & Videos Sale serves as a vital fundraiser for SPR stations KPBX, KSFC, and KPBZ, which together, act as the Inland Northwest’s source for NPR, BBC, and local news, an eclectic variety of national and local music programs, and family events that promote the arts in the region. 

Read all about it!

The Case for Vinyl on The Huffington Post

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