Lehigh Valley Punk Rock Flea Market returns to Bethlehem next month

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Lehigh Valley Punk Rock Flea Market

Philly’s semi-annual Punk Rock Flea Market is always a highly anticipated event in the city, and lately some other parts of the region have been joining in with their own versions. The Lehigh Valley Punk Rock Flea Market will return for its second year after a successful inaugural event last year. Hosted by Tape Swap Radio, a live music show that airs on Lehigh Valley Public Radio, the event will be held on Saturday, April 27 at the Ice House, a performing arts venue in Bethlehem.

According to Tape Swap Radio, the Lehigh Valley Punk Rock Flea Market is “dedicated to art and music with a DIY, independent, and punk rock spirit.” Free and open to all ages, the market will feature over 40 vendors selling vinyl records, musical instruments and equipment, vintage clothing, memorabilia, handmade goods and more. The Bethlehem Area Public Library will also be selling over 20,000 CDs — donated by a closed record store — for $1 each to help fund renovations to the library.

Vendor applications for the Lehigh Valley Punk Rock Flea Market are still open; find more information here. Read more about the flea market on the event’s Facebook page.

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