I Love Vinyl at The Brooklyn Museum


Here’s a real treat for all you New Yorkers. On Thursday June 20th, the very talented crew from I Love Vinyl are presenting a special party at The Brooklyn Museum. Named LP48, to celebrate the first LP (long playing) record released in June of 1948, this all vinyl dance party will feature the I Love Vinyl DJs spinning wax from 7-10pm in the Glass Pavillion at the museum. Sound Liberation Front will be providing the sound via their incredible “Tower Of Sound” custom-built high-fidelity sound system, so you know the sound will be on point. There will also be a Mini Record Fair with vendors curated by I Love Vinyl, including Turntable Lab, Brooklyn Bowl’s Collect-I-Bowl, and Brooklyn Flea.

Here’s all the info you need:

Thursday June 20, 2013

Get there early if you want to get in!
All Ages

2,3 to Brooklyn Museum/Eastern Parkway

Featuring The World’s Famous Supreme Dream Team deejays:
-The Twilite Tone (Great Weekend/Grammy nominated)
-Jon Oliver

Visit the I Love Vinyl site for more info.

Keep Diggin’!

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