The Binghamton Record Fair is coming to the Broome County Regional Farmer's Market on March 26th.
The Broome County Regional Farmer’s Market will again host the Binghamton LP Vinyl Records and CD Fair on March 26th. Doors will be opening at 10 am (or 8 am with early admission fee). With more than 100,000 vinyl records, CDs, DVDs, and more, the Binghamton Record Fair is jam-packed with great finds. It’s a must-visit event for music lovers in the Parlor City.
With recordings on offer dating as far back as the 1920’s, the Binghamton Record Fair has something for everyone, whether you’re a casual music lover or a devout collector of rarities. Doors open at 10 am, or 8 am if you pay a $5 early admission fee. If you’re hoping to find an early pressing of Kind of Blue, that’s probably your best shot.
Music dealers from all over the Northeast will be in attendance with collections spanning countless genres. And many of these dealers will buy and trade, too, so that collection of old records collecting dust in your attic? You could bring those down with you and unload them for cash or trade. Someone out there might be hunting for that record you aren’t even listening to, so hey, karma!
How to get to the Binghamton Record Fair
The Binghamton Record fair will be held from 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday, March 26th at the Broome County Regional Farmer’s Market located at 840 Upper Front Street in Binghamton. You can get there by taking exit 5 from I-81, turning right, and driving a quarter of a mile. It’s on the stretch of Upper Front between Otsiningo Park and SUNY Broome, next door to Applebee’s and on the same side of the street.
Parking at the event is free of charge, and there are usually plenty of spots available too.