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The Onefest 2006 Record Fair

The Onefest 2006 Record Fair

As well as 4 nights of FREE gigs around Dunedin from Wednesday 26th –Saturday 29th July, Radio One 91FM is proud to announce the inclusion of a Record Fair as part of this year’s Onefest.

Currently we are gathering and collecting music geeks, hipsters and hoarders from Dunedin and beyond to partake in the Onefest 2006 Record Fair in order to ensure our stallholders and their stalls are the BEST in the biz.

The lovely stallholders will be parting with many a treasure, and they have all ensured us that the University of Otago Common Room will be transformed into a record lovers paradise.

“I used to DJ in the seventies at swingers parties around Otago, but now that I have a cassette player I have no need for my old records. I can’t wait for the Record Fair and to make a bit of coin for a much needed hip replacement”, says retired DJ and farmer Rick McKenzie.

The Onefest 2006 Record Fair is a great reason to part with some of that hard earned cash and buy rare vinyl, out of print music, retro bargains, collectible items, oddities, and random cheap shit that you can pilfer on Trade Me
the next day for heaps of money.

Radio One 91FM brings you the Onefest 2006 Record Fair
University of Otago Main Common Room, Union Hall
Saturday 29th July 11am-4pm


Guaranteed good times.


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