Discogs announces Crate Diggers Brighton music, record fest lineup

Sister Sledge, David Rodigan, Jurrasic 5’s Soup Presents: The Fullee Love Collective to Lead Festival; Audio-Technica Named Headline Sponsor for UK

Crate Diggers, presented by Discogs, the world’s largest music Community, Database, and Marketplace, in association with Audio-Technica, a Japanese audio company specializing in analogue transducers, have announced the official music lineup for the first event of the 2019 series on Saturday, May 11th at the Brighton Centre in Brighton, UK.

Sister Sledge, Jurrasic 5’s Soup Presents: The Fullee Love Collective, David Rodigan, General Levy, Zion Train, Jehst, JFB, DJ Format, Mr. Thing and Nick the Record lead the lineup for the Crate Diggers Brighton music festival. Entrance to the record fair is free to attend all day, tickets for the music festival are available for £25 + fees.

Crate Diggers Brighton welcomes record sellers from around the region, including Rarekind Records, Near Mint, and Rotation Record Fair, as well as collectors of rare finds or freshly-pressed vinyl fans looking to build their collections. With over 100 tables of vinyl for sale by some of the UK’s most respected record dealers, some of the finest local DJs spinning wax all day, a full bar, great food, and free admission from 10 am until close in a festival atmosphere, Crate Diggers Brighton is the go-to music event enthusiasts don’t want to miss.

Crate Diggers is privileged to collaborate with some of the world’s most renowned consumer and entertainment brands. Additional 2019 sponsors for Crate Diggers Brighton include Langham Brewery, Brighton Gin, Westerham Brewery Co., Fourpure Brewing Co., Orbit Beers, Big Smoke Brew Co., The Park Brewery, Henley Audio, Pro-Ject Audio Systems, Brighton Fringe, and more to be announced.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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