Aw jeez, where was I writing this post? Especially after it ABSOLUTELY RULED. Things were a little slow getting started due to a mix-up and it could have been better lit, but most vendors agreed that this was the most lucrative ever. Perhaps it was the Marigny crowd, maybe it was the promotion Siberia (and I guess I) put in, but there wasn't a dull moment in either Siberia or the Hi-Ho. Thanks to everybody that helped and came out, more coming! Possibly at the same locations. But let me take a quick side-step!
22 vendors! 29 tables! Food, DJs, Drinks, and MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF MUSIC
The Hi-Ho Lounge is now part of the fun! Less than a block down from Siberia, BOTH venues will have vendors, music, food and fun, including apparently a new Korean kitchen at the Hi-Ho!
I'm currently looking for a few 45-slingin' DJs to set the mood. If you're down and especially if you're willing to lend your turntables to the cause, please get in touch
For the summer Record Raid we're moving back indoors. With air conditioning and light this time, thanks to Siberia at 2227 St. Claude Ave! Siberia allows us to do a few few new things: drink, eat, and have live DJ sets! Siberia does not allow us to: nothing! This is going to be excellent!
As usual, please contact me for vendor details
11AM to 5PM
Everything looks good! Can't wait to see y'all out there
and the weather.com forecast looks beautiful!
If it seems like this site went dark it's because the Raid itself did. But it's back!
Back at Tulane's Zimple Quad at Broadway & Zimple st.
Sat March 26th 11am-5pm!
Put together by the geniuses behind New York's Shakey's Record Fairs, the next record fair in New Orleans won't be a Record Raid event, but we'll love it all the same. A vinyl-exclusive 2-day show for the Ponderosa Stomp!