The Huge! Insane! Memorial Day Weekend LP Vinyl Records and CDs Music Yard Sale is ON! – 10,000s of LPs , CDs, 45s +12”s
Woodstock / West Saugerties Saturday May 25th, Sunday May 26th and Monday May 27th 2019
Zip’s Ziggurat presents another
Huge! Insane! Music Yard Sale
10,000s of LPs , CDs, 45s +12”s
rock, pop, hip hop, country, dance, world, folk, reggae, soul, alt.rock, jazz, funk, punk, r+b, metal, classical, techno, new wave, house, old-timey, breaks, spoken, 80’s, electro, blues, promos, DVDs (music + features), tons more
Many at insultingly low prices
As low as $0.50 (hey, some are even “cheaper than free”)
We accept credit cards
Listen before you buy
Free refreshments too!
Memorial Day Weekend 2019
Saturday May 25th, Sunday May 26th and Monday May 27th 2019
10am – 6pm
All covered, so it’s RAIN OR SHINE
Osnas Lane: Near Rt 212 + Glasco Turnpike junction (Next to Red Onion Restaurant)
Public Facebook Event Page here. If you’re on FB, please like us over there and that way you’ll be able to invite your friends even more easily. Thanks!
Woodstock / West Saugerties NY Google Map
Follow the red and white signs
The Woodstock LP Vinyl Record and CD Co-Op is on!
Several other dealers will be in the area on Saturday. They will be about 2 miles from the Huge Music Yardsale.
See below and check the Facebook Event Page for more details of the other dealers at the crawl
MAP 18 Wardwell Lane (1/2 a mile east of the 212/375 intersection in Woodstock). MULTIPLE dealers/friends will be in the driveway hawking thousands of LP’s & CD’s:
– HUNDREDS OF CHEAP RECORDS OF ALL TYPES & GENRES – most beginning at $3-$5 each. Many as low as $1.00. Including Rock from the 60’s 70’s and 80’s, Jazz, R&B, Punk, New Wave, classical and more. Maybe some music related books and magazines…And a WHOLE BUNCH OF CDs: mostly rock at $3-$5 bucks a piece.
AND WHO KNOWS?
There may be a dealer or two at the Mower’s Saturday Flea Market, in the middle of Woodstock. And you can also visit our pals Rocket Number Nine Records and Rhino Records Kingston in Kingston. And don’t forget about Rhino Records New Paltz, Jack’s Rhythms in New Paltz and Spikes Record Rack in Catskill.