Lots of Vinyl to go Around on Valentine's Day

The Record Fair comes into town Feb. 14th

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    SINGAPORE, JULY 13: A DJ produces disco music as Singaporeans and foreigners dance late into the night at The Liquid Room and Sound Bar July 13, 2003 in Singapore. The government recently announced that by next month some bars will be eligible for a 24-hour permit and people will also be allowed to dance on bar tops. The city is trying to change its image, relaxing some of its laws as Singapore recovers after the SARS crisis, with an aggressive advertising campaign to win back the tourist dollar. (Photo Paula Bronstein/ Getty Images)

    If vinyl is something you are into, you can really get into it on Valentine’s Day.

    The Black Cat is hosting the next crate rummaging expo, better known as the Record Fair on February 14.
    Som Records, DC Soul Recordings, and The Vinyl District are bringing in 30 record dealers from all over the East Coast, according to DCist.
    This year organizers say the venue will be bigger and easier to get around -- unlike previous Record Fairs that, music enthusiasts complained, got too crowded.  
    There will also be plenty of DJs setting up shop for the event. Eric Hilton (Thievery Corporation), Kid Congo Powers, and Bluebrain will be there.
    If your Valentine likes to spin, cupid is pointing his arrow at this place for sure.

    The event goes on from noon to 6 p.m. You can RSVP on Facebook.