Capitol Studios and Mastering, Capitol Records, Caroline and Harvest Records are teaming up for the world’s first WAX Record Fair on October 24th and 25th at the Capitol Records tower in Hollywood.
WAX is the first music industry event of its kind to focus on vinyl, music lifestyle goods, and record collecting culture. Rare record collectors, independent record stores, and record labels will gather on the lot at the iconic Capitol Records building in the heart of Hollywood for the largest record fair that Los Angeles has seen in years.
A variety of artists will be on site to perform DJ sets and sign records. Each day of the fair will conclude with moderated panel discussions, focused on every aspect of producing vinyl, featuring music industry professionals, artists, visual art directors, producers, and engineers.
Capitol Records is located at the historic intersection of Hollywood & Vine in Hollywood, CA, conveniently situated just south of the US 101 freeway and just north of the Hollywood/Vine Metro station.
Ticket options include an Early Access Weekend Pass for $100, a Weekend Pass for $15 and advance purchase of Single Day Passes for $10 each. Early Access Passes grant entry to the fair one hour before the official start time on Saturday, ensuring early access to the fair’s rarest and most coveted records.
Tickets can also be purchased upon entry to the fair for $12 per day. WAX is a family-friendly event.
WAX is also accepting record vendors of all kinds, at various levels of participation. Limited spaces are available, and early registration is recommended. Vendors registration concludes on October 1st, or once capacity has been reached. Registration fees are good for the entire weekend. The lot will have 24-hour security throughout the record fair.
A Vendor Booth with one table is $250 with a Gold Vendor Booth for three tables being $500. An Independent Record Store Discount for one table is $100 total for the entire weekend.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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