Get yourself down to Peckham for The Run Out 2018, a day-to-night music marathon with DJs, live bands and an independent market stocked with grassroots labels. Copeland Park & Bussey Building. Unit 9i, 133 Copeland Rd, SE15 3SN. Peckham Rye Overground. Sat Apr 21. Free.
Do some canalside searching at Grow Hackney’s DIY Art & Vinyl Market. Stallholders will be taking turns on the decks before an after-party with Vinyl Pimp takes you to the run-out groove of the night. Grow, 98c Wallis Rd, Main Yard, E9 5LN. Hackney Wick Overground. Sat Apr 21. Free.
See original cover art created for seven newly-pressed vinyl singles at the Secret 7" exhibition in June. Works by famous artists will be hidden within the show (previous years included works by Peter Bake and Yoko Ono). Take one home for £50, and contribute to charity Mind in the process. You won’t know who designed the sleeve until you’ve handed over the cash. It might just be priceless. The Jetty on Greenwich Peninsula. North Greenwich tube. Jun 8-23, sale day Jun 24. Free-£50.
Music venue The Social is ringing in Record Store Day with a triple-header of classic albums from The Stooges, NWA and Boards Of Canada played all the way through. 5 Little Portland St, W1W 7JD. Oxford Circus tube. Sat Apr 21. Free.
Phonica Records will be stocked up with hundreds of new Record Store Day titles this Saturday. See a rolling line-up of DJs firing up the soundsystem from 9am-9pm. 51 Poland St, Soho W1F 7LZ. Oxford Circus. Sat Apr 21. Free.
Have a nosey around the Brixton Hill Studios rehearsal space at the BXHS 2nd Annual Record Store Day Market, where they’ll be live music and carby-vegan goodness from The Chunky Buddha foodstand. Brixton Hill Studios. Brixton. Sat Apr 21. Free.