London's much-loved Independent Label Market – where music fans can pick up exclusives, rarities and test pressings from a huge list of labels – returns this Easter, April 2nd, for its first outing of 2016.
Taking place at Old Spitalfields Market on Saturday 2nd April, the Independent Label Market provides a platform for the founders of some the greatest independent record labels on both sides of the Atlantic to sell their vinyl directly to the public.
This year the market will feature a host of new traders including grime aficionados Butterz, dance orientated Flumo, and well respected industry charity The Music Circle.
Following the successful Christmas market – which saw 44,500 music and beer fans in attendance – the Independent Label Market has once again partnered up with London's Brewers' Market for the fourth time to supply thirsty vinyl junkies with a selection of craft beers from local London breweries.
Alongside the Independent Label Market, the London Brewers’ Market will feature breweries selling everything from pilsners to porters, and will give visitors the chance to meet some of the brewers behind London's thriving beer scene.
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