The Austin Record Convention, which claims to be "the country's largest sale of recorded music," is returning to the "Live Music Capital of the World" this May.

The convention, which is held twice a year, will feature more than 300 dealers selling vinyl-related products in the Palmer Events Center, according to the event's website. The sale will last two days and starts on May 18.

Dealers, collectors and music aficionados are encouraged by the event organizers to browse the large selection and experience the roots of Austin's music culture. More than one million records, CDs, cassettes, posters, collectibles and music-related memorabilia will be for sale during the event.

Tickets for early shoppers, who will be granted access to the sale the night before its official kick-off, are on sale now for $40 each. General admission tickets are selling for $5.