AN exciting new Glaswegian Record Fair will be hosting its first event at The Old Hairdresser’s on Saturday 4th March.

A huge celebration of the Glasgow music industry, the all day event will bring some of the city’s best independent record labels together with a series of live performances. Kicking off at 1pm, an independent label market will be set up featuring a long list of names including Fuzzkill, Dead Beet, Bloc Music and Struggletown before bands have the opportunity to sell merchandise from stalls around the venue. Meanwhile, stripped back live sets will come from Catholic Action, Sweaty Palms and The Van T’s.

Giving music fans the chance to become acquainted with some brand new music and bespoke records, this unique event will also allow people to see some of the city’s best emerging artists in one of Glasgow’s most intimate venues. And with all of the money raised going towards the costs of the event itself and to the bands performing on the night, this is a great way to show support to your local music scene.

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