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Vinyl Preservation Society 8th Annual Record Show and Swap 

When: Sat., Oct. 17, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 2015
Price: $5, $10 VIP early admission

According to, the average increase in vinyl sales in the top 10 global music markets was 54.7 percent. In the United States—the world's largest market—the increase was 52.8 percent, accounting for $181.6 million in sales. In contrast to the Internet-fueled era of cheap (or free) music, the vinyl boom shows consumers increasingly think the music they like is worth paying for—and storing on a shelf. For the savvy customer, there's the Vinyl Preservation Society Idaho's Eighth Annual Record Show and Swap, held Saturday, Oct. 17, at El Korah Shrine. There, you'll find thousands of new and used albums. Food from Archie's Place will be available outside, and guests 21 and over can whet their whistles in The Oasis in the El Korah basement.



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