By Lauren Huff
The Savannah Record Fair is an annual event that happens twice yearly and is sponsored SCAD Radio. It is a chance for sellers to open up booths and bring music to the public. It is also a chance for people from all over to come and purchase new and used records. The Savannah Record fair was Oct. 16 at the River Club from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Both buyers and sellers came from across the United States to participate in the Record Fair.
Rare records were a great find at the fair.
DJ Jesse from Charleston, South Carolina, awaited visitors.
CDs were also being sold at the fair.
Walker Davis, from Griffin, Georgia and a student from Armstrong University, came out to check out what the fair had to offer.
All types of music from all eras and genres were offered for sale all the fair.
Emily Sampson, a third-year sequential art graduate student from Aurora, Illinois, sorts through records.
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Some vendors allowed customers to sample potential purchases.