Records, once a fossil of music from yester-years, are rising from the ashes like the beautiful phoenixes they are. In honor of the sacred black disks, music vendors around the country will be celebrating Record Store Day on Saturday, April 21.
Here are some shops down the street and around the corner that will be participating in the festivities this weekend:
Note: Special holiday hours may apply
1476 Oakland Park Avenue, Columbus
Open Saturday 10am to 4pm
Colleen’s Collectibles will hold a road show at The Haimerl Center at 1421 Morse Road this Saturday from 10am- 4pm to bring you cd’s, dvd’s, posters, record players, collectibles, and of course, vinyl. Admission is $5.
2960 N High St, Columbus
Open Saturday 11am to 7pm
Lost Weekend Records is having a sale Friday through Monday with 33% off used LPs, 45% off of rmps, and 78 cent 78rpm records.
2579 N High St, Columbus
Open Saturday 8am to 6pm
Live music will be playing all day throughout the store with 20% off new records all weekend.
2912, 116 E Long St, Columbus
Open Saturday 8am to 7:30pm
Exclusive Record Store Day release of a multitude of vinyl records.
2500 Summit Street, Columbus
Open Saturday 8am to 8pm
Free pizza, 10% off mostly everything in the store, and local music starting at 12 on Saturday. Did we mention, free pizza?
Open Saturday 10am to 8pm