February is traditionally a time for hunkering down inside, but the temperatures recently have been skewing warm–we’re talking spring-like. Welp, Sunday’s forecast, as of Friday evening, is calling for lots of rain, so we’re back to the idea of doing things indoors. And there’s no finer activity than searching through stacks and stacks of records looking for the title that badly needs to be on your shelf.
The Baltimore Record Bazaar will have more than two dozen vendors offering well-curated selections of vinyl, CDs, tapes and much more, as well as a full slate of DJs, food from Baby’s On Fire and drinks. So even if that elusive album can’t be found, there’s still plenty of great music and fun to be had all afternoon long.
11 a.m.-5 p.m., The Windup Space, 12 W. North Avenue, facebook.com/groups/BaltimoreRecordBazaar, free.
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