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An Event for All Musicians... and Bring Your Dad for FREE!
A specialized swap meet just for all things music! Well, it worked: three more events have just been scheduled for this year, including a special for fathers on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Bring your dad for FREE! No special terms or conditions, just bring your dad and he gets in FREE. And… both you and your dad can still bring in up to four music-related items to sell or trade.
Musician’s Market LA is the place to bring or find new or pre-loved gear to sell or trade. No need to invite strangers from the Internet into your home, hassle with auctions or get lured into questionable situations just to save money on pre-owned music articles. Do business in a safe, open, public environment where musicians gather to find deals on all kinds of items. Musician’s Market LA, is the swap meet for all things music — where you can buy, sell or trade instruments, accessories, autographs, microphones, amps, records and recording gear, collectibles, apparel, posters, art and jewelry, DJ gear and — anything related to music in any way! Here, you can “try before you buy.” You can’t get that from pictures in catalogs or online. Go there to shop or show in a fun, swap-meet environment dedicated exclusively to music. Catch performances, check out the vendors and enjoy the food. You never know what treasures you might find here!
The next Musician’s Market LA is Saturday, June 7, (Bring Your Dad For Free Day), from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at KGB Studios, 1640 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90012; just north of downtown. Admission is and you can bring up to four items to sell or trade, additional items are each. Got lots of stuff? Vendor space is available also. If you have a product or service to offer music lovers, here is your opportunity to reach a lot of music people. For everything you need to know visit MusiciansMarketLA.com or facebook.com/MusiciansMarketLA. Kids 12 and under FREE with accompanying adults. Join the mailing list and learn more about this and future events. The following dates are Sunday, August 17 and Saturday, October 18.