The South Bend Record Show is the largest one-day sale of recorded music in Northern Indiana. There are more than 85 tables filled with an ever-changing mix of tens of thousands of used and new music – LPs, 45s, CDs, cassettes – as well as DVDs, memorabilia, posters, vintage stereo gear, and storage supplies. You can find $2 bargains to high-end collectibles. Multiple genres are represented, but the show is heaviest on classic rock, pop, metal, punk, prog rock, and ’80s. Select vendors carry blues, jazz, R&B, soul, country, and more.
Nearly 40 dealers from throughout Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Pennsylvania and elsewhere travel to South Bend six times a year with an eclectic inventory making this one of the best record shows in the Midwest!
The South Bend Record Show has been in the same area for more than 30 years! From 2002-2019 it was held at the Comfort Suites and run by Ken Price. Previously the show has been at Holiday Inn Roseland and the Ramada Inn. Jeremy D. Bonfiglio took over the show in 2020 and moved it to the much larger space at The Gillespie Conference Center at Hilton Garden Inn, where it continues to grow.