The Vinyl Festival – 23rd-24th September, 2017

Dates and times

Saturday 23rd September 2017, 10.30am to 6pm
Sunday 24th September 2017, 10.30am to 5pm


Printworks, Surrey Quays Roadd, London, SE16 7PJ
For more information on how to get to the festival, visit our Where to find us page

Can I pay by card at the festival?

Yes, but not all of our traders will be able to accept card payments. So please remember to bring cash with you on the day. There are no cash machines at this venue, and the nearest cashpoint is at the tube station.

Is there an age restriction?

No, there is no age restriction to the festival but you will be asked for ID at the bart if you’re lucky enough to look under 25.

Disability access

If you have any access requirements, please let us know prior to the event at

Interested in working with The Vinyl Festival?

We’d love to hear from you! We have a variety of options available to suit all budgets. For more information about exhibition space and partner opportunities please contact a member of our team using the details below.

For table top enquiries contact
Lee Burman
07971 990660

For exhibition and sponsorship enquiries contact
Alison Zak-Collins |

For all other enquiries contact
Sarah Lindsay | 01225 489984

About the team behind the festival

The Vinyl Festival is produced by Anthem Publishing, the UK’s fastest-growing publisher and home of the event’s sister magazine Long Live Vinyl, as well as Classic Pop, Vintage Rock, Guitar & Bass, Country Music and MusicTech magazines…Anthem is the producer of  unique music events including Classic Pop Presents Popmaster Live with Ken Bruce and Guitar & Bass Presents Gutherie Govan.

Our nominated charity

The Vinyl Festival will be proudly supporting Music For All.

EVERYONE should have the opportunity to learn to play music. Sadly, many people are not fortunate enough to have access to musical instruments or ways to help them to learn and discover music making. The Music for All charity seeks to help music makers who need a little help, from disadvantaged young people blossoming at school, through to older adults discovering music, sometimes for the first time, much later on in life. The charity donates instruments and music tuition to individuals who need help, makes grants available to address the musical needs of community music groups and educational organisations, and brings free of charge ‘Learn To Play’ experiences to people of all ages and backgrounds.

Donate today and you can ensure that our future of musicians come from from all walks of life… they could be the next generation of record makers.

Visit or find them on Facebook  for further information.