The Winter 2017 DC Record Fair in Photos

Whether you’re actually in Washington, DC or following along at home, it’s more than evident that the nation’s capitol has evolved into an ever-ongoing protest hub—and you needn’t ask yourselves why.

Such was the case on January 29, 2017 as the winter iteration of the DC Record Fair set up shop at DC’s Penn Social. ‘Twas a bit of a police state out there–streets blocked off, men in blue, circling copters…oh, and a Chinese New Year parade as well made traffic all but impossible.

Despite all of this, 800 of you found your way to the Fair and to the crates, and while the DCRF is often criticized for its over enthusiastic (well, crowded) turnout, it seems if all things stay a constant in the White House, browsing will be a breeze—as it was that Sunday.

TVD’s Richie Downs captured the day for us in photos.

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