Record Fair - August 13th 2023

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WAX ESPRESSO is proud to present the next SUNSHINE COAST RECORD FAIR.

It’s all happening at Blackflag Brewery in Coolum from 10-3 on Sunday 13th August.

There will be over 40 tables of music for sale! That’s approximately 25000 records, CD’s and cassettes from a heap of stall holders for sale from as little as $1 each.
There will be anything and everything from ABBA to ZZ TOP across every genre, you’re sure to find something awesome!

All of the regular local stallholders will be in attendance with a heap of fresh stock as well as Mark from the Gold Coast with his massive array of stock and BOOMERANG RECORDS, THE MOBILE FOG and DISCOVERY RECORDS are coming up from Sydney with a great selection of new and used records.

It will be spread out over two rooms at BLACKFLAG BREWERY in COOLUM where there will be more than just records, cds and tapes on offer. Expect food trucks, a vinyl dj and of course, DRINKS!

Entrance will cost you a gold coin donation to SUPPORT ACT.

If you’re chasing something in particular, give me a shout out and i may be able to make it appear if I have it in my collection. I have around 5000 records for sale at Wax Espresso which won't be at the record fair. We also have over 15000 more records in storage and add around 500 more into the shop each month.

If you have some records to sell or trade, pop into WAX ESPRESSO opposite the Duporth Tavern and we can discuss it over a drink or bring them down to the fair.

Thanks again for your ongoing support of local businesses.

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We are open 7am-2pm Monday-Saturday and as well as selling new and used vinyl records and cassettes, we serve award winning specialty coffee.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate, home of the Kabi Kabi and the Jinibara peoples, whose lands and waters we all now share. and pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples here today.