Steel & Oak Brewing Co. has partnered with the Arts Council of New Westminster to bring Analog: Pop Up Vinyl Shop to the Royal City!
On Sunday, October 23rd from 12-4pm, indie record labels from across Metro Vancouver will descend upon Steel & Oak Brewing Co. for a day of live music, beer, food and of course vinyl!
“At Steel & Oak we like to think that we have the best vinyl collection in the beer industry so partnering with the Arts Council to bring local indie acts and labels to our brewery for a day of vinyl shopping seemed like the perfect fit,” says Steel & Oak co-owner Jorden Foss.
Indie labels La Ti Da Records, Northern Electric, Scrape Records, and New West’s own Bully’s Studios will be set up in the brewery with crates of records showcasing BC’s local talent for visitors to peruse.
Music Madhouse Records and Highlife Records will also be on hand for those in the mood for some classic releases or a rare press or two.
An afternoon of vinyl shopping wouldn’t be complete without local music! On the Arts Council Stage there will be live performances by Sarah Wheeler, 2-Bit Horse with special guest Jimmy Roy, and a DJ set by Dale Davies.
“We’re super excited for the live performances; it’s not every day you play in the back of a brewery! Vinyl remains the best way to listen to music and we’re excited to be celebrating that with our pals at Steel & Oak,” says Stephen O’Shea of the Arts Council.
Analog: Pop Up Vinyl Shop hits Steel & Oak on October 23rd from 12-4pm!