Rochester, N.Y. - One of the vendors put it best: it's like a giant garage sale. For lovers of vinyl, of course.
The South Wedge neighborhood held a record fair Saturday at the historic German House.
Vendors got to set up tables, where music junkies had the chance to hunt for something new -- or something old.
One of the co-owners of NeedleDrop Records says, despite the surge for MP3s and CDs in recent decades, the demand for vinyl remains strong.
"There were enough people that wanted to go out, customers who really enjoy flipping through records, finding something for cheap, something that they'd never find before," said Russ Torregiano, NeedleDrop co-owner. "It's a community thing. People are flipping around, showing each other what they got, kind of bragging. Its fun."
The South Wedge Record Fair wrapped up Saturday afternoon.