SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - The Spokane Valley Event Center will be filled with music and movie lovers alike, beginning at 9am on Saturday, February 24 and continuing on Sunday, February 25, for the highly anticipated Spokane Public Radio Record Sale.
Hardcore collectors and curiosity seekers get in line early to get top picks from their favorite musician, music genre, or hard-to-find items.
Inside, it's a collector's dream come true. From Beethoven to the Beatles, U2 to Motown favorites, you'll find albums from a wide cross-section of musical genres, including classical, rock, R & B, soul, reggae, folk, country, world music, children's music, soundtracks, and jazz.
In addition to the bargain basement-priced vinyl records, CDs, DVDs, and equipment, Record Sale attendees will enjoy free admission, complimentary refreshments, and free parking.
The Record Sale is a vital fundraiser for Spokane Public Radio stations KPBX, KSFC, and KPBZ, which together are the Inland Northwest's source for NPR, BBC, local news, an eclectic variety of national and local music programs, and events that promote the arts in the region.
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