Record Show Draws Music Lovers to Luzerne County

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PLAINS TOWNSHIP -- A major record and CD show made its way back to our area.

Thousands of records filled the room at the Woodlands Inn in Plains Township on Sunday.

The Scranton Wilkes-Barre Record and CD Show is the largest record swap meet in northeastern Pennsylvania.

It happens twice a year.

The event kicked off in 1993, bringing vinyl and music lovers from all around the Northeast and Canada.

"I go every year because I know I'm going to get something really cool. I know I'm going to find something super rare and something I just don't have in my collection," said Thom Shubilla of Plains Township.

The record and CD fairs happen twice a year in Syracuse, Utica, Binghamton, New York and here in Luzerne County.