LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) – Music fans had a chance to purchase records, 8-Tracks and 45s Sunday afternoon.
It was part of the La Crosse Music Expo at All Star Lanes on La Crosse's the south side.
Collectors could find music from all decades and genres.
Some cost just a dollar, others were rare music memorabilia.
One organizer said music on vinyl is making a comeback.
"You can hold in your hand, you can look at the artwork, and it's displayed in a larger format than on a CD that people enjoy. It's nostalgic and historical," said event partner Richard Franson.
This is the third time the music expo has come to La Crosse.
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