MUSIC fans can browse stalls selling vinyl records and pop memorabilia at a fair in Sheffield tomorrow.
The event is running in the Workstation, on Paternoster Row, from 9am to 3.30pm, featuring visits from specialist dealers and traders.
Enthusiasts can also bring along their treasured records and collectables to be valued for free.
Thousands of LPs, 45s and CDs will be on sale, and jazz, folk and soul experts will be on hand to speak to visitors.
Genuine autographed items from Beach Boys songwriter Brian Wilson, The Beatles and crooner Bobby Darin will also be on display.
Organiser Adrian Melling believes that vinyl records are currently making a comeback.
“Records have continued to buck the trend of high street decline,” he said.