RECORD STORE DAY:
Launched in 2007 with the humble idea to recognize independent record stores, Record Store Day (RSD) has blossomed into a global phenomenon. The list of RSD vinyl and CD exclusives continues to expand, as more labels continue to throw open their catalogs to an appreciative audience that grows each year.
Beyond the day(s)-long frenzy, RSD exists to offer proof of the lively role record stores play in the community and a chance for folks on both sides of the counter to offer gratitude for each other. It's a capsule-sized snapshot of what this whole record world is about. Whether you’re a hardcore type who times their arrival for a spot at the front of the line or somebody who waits until the afternoon for a more leisurely experience, we hope you’ll join us.
WE OPEN FOR RSD (OUTSIDE) AT 8AM
AND SPEAKING OF WHEN THE DOORS OPEN…
We will be pouring up Great Dane beer to those folks in line - how's that to get the day started? Things are looking up!
Here is Strictly Discs' plan for the day:
We OPEN at 8AM for RSD shopping
Line to form westbound on Monroe Street
While in line, you will be handed a menu of all RSD titles
We will pull your requests & you will check out outside
The shop will open for normal browsing at approximately 10 (when the RSD line is gone)
RSD titles will be located upstairs
Please note, coupons and promotions do not apply to RSD items. And we do not buy used product on Record Store Day.
The deadline to create or modify a RSD WISH LIST is Thursday, February 24th at NOON.