Toronto's Dine Alone Records Clubhouse to Open Its Doors to the Public for Garage Sale

The label welcomes shoppers for massive discounts on a huge selection of vinyl, CDs, cassettes, merch, posters and more
Toronto's Dine Alone Records Clubhouse to Open Its Doors to the Public for Garage Sale
This Saturday (September 24), Toronto-based indie mecca Dine Alone Records is hosting a garage sale featuring massive discounts on a wide variety of vinyl, CDs, cassettes, merch, posters and more. The event takes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the label's gorgeous Clubhouse space at 864 Eastern Avenue.

UPDATE (9/28 4:02 p.m. ET): Following a massive turnout, Dine Alone has decided to extend the event to this Saturday (October 1) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to give fans a second chance to come into the Clubhouse and take advantage of the deep discounts.

For a sampling of the major discounts you'll score, a flyer for the garage sale (how else would you get the word out about this kind of thing?) indicates that vinyl in the Clubhouse will be going for $5 a pop, and you can fill a Dine Alone Farmer's Market tote bag for $50 (with a maximum of 10 records). CDs and tapes are both two for $5, while T-shirts, long-sleeves and posters are marked at $5 each.

​Dine Alone first opened its doors to the public back in 2018 for Record Store Day, which resulted in lines around the block. Despite only being open for special events, they were honoured as Independent Record Store of the Year at the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Awards.

See more details about the sale below.