The Vinyl Festival will make its debut, providing a weekend-long immersive vinyl experience, taking place within Printworks, London's newest club, on September 23- 24.
Consolidating all aspects of vinyl culture under one huge roof, festival-goers can dig through thousands of crates of vinyl on sale from 100 stalls of the UK's most exciting independent labels and record traders, plus a further 48 stands showcasing the newest developments in audio technology, hardware and vinyl care.
There will also be Vinyl Valuation area, where collectors can have their records evaluated by a team of experts. A selection of mouth-watering street food and fully stocked bars serving craft beer will provide refreshments throughout the day.
Fun Lovin' Criminals frontman Huey Morgan will talk on his experience of vinyl, while Charlatans singer Tim Burgess will present some of his published work on the subject. BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Steve Lamacq will give his insight from years of experience working as a radio host. Meanwhile, Virgin Radio's Breakfast Show host Edith Bowman will speak on her specialist subject of movie soundtracking.
Long Live Vinyl Founder & Editor-at-Large, Ian Peel said: "The Vinyl Festival celebrates the very best of the format we all love, and is exactly what our readers have been crying out for," he comments. "We're incredibly proud to bring you everything from a massive record fair to some of the UK's finest indie labels and some top headline DJ performances, all under one roof. We couldn't be more excited to see this dream become a reality."
For tickets and further information on the weekend-long event, head here.