The Motorcity Music Convention again will be open to the public from 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. tomorrow for buying, selling and trading all music-related items at O'Kelly's Knights of Columbus Banquet Hall, 23663 Park Street, Dearborn.
“There should be 30 vendors across the state, there will be ones from Tennessee and others from St. Louis, the rest are local,” said Bryan Caillouette, who is holding the event. “We'll have vendors well represented across the board at this show.”
Those attending this Oct. 5 show will be seeing thousands of CDs, LPs, videos, poster art, and more. If anyone remembers their lost favorite 33 or 45 rpm vinyl record from their teenage past, “it will probably be there,” according to Caillouette.
“So we'll have a lot of vinyl records on sale, or they can still buy CDs if they want, so we're kind of a one-stop shop for people,” Caillouette said.
There will be an hourly drawing from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and a full-service restaurant/bar. Admission is $3 ($15 for early admission).
The next show is scheduled for Dec. 7, “a day that will live in infamy, just ask FDR,” Caillouette joked. For further information on Motorcity Music Convention, call (313) 492-3997, or email bryancaillouette @hotmail.com.