The Get Together Indie Record Label Fair to Make LA Debut Next Month

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The event started in New York three years ago.

After three years in New York, indie record label market and music fair The Get Together will make its West Coast debut from Nov. 15-16 at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Presented by MOCA, Spaceland Presents and Other Music, the event will take place at the museum’s Geffen Contemporary space.

The fair will feature labels Sub Pop, Domino, Secretly Canadian, Dead Oceans, 4AD, Epitath, Anti, Fat Possum, Burger, Rough Trade and more. The labels will be selling merchandise and vinyl and fans can meet the teams behind some of their favorite records at the market on Nov. 16.

The market will be followed by a Big Crown Records showcase with performances from Lee Fields backed by El Michels Affair, Bobby Oroza, Brainstory, Holy Hive and DJs Ruben Molina & Danny Akalepse.

Food vendors at the event will include Triple Beam Pizza and The Middle Feast Food Truck. Nov. 15 celebrations will kick off with a party from 6-10 p.m.

More label and program additions are expected soon. Tickets start at $15 and are on sale now.

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