Record Store Day Is 2 Days Away


Saturday is Record Store Day! Time to go digging through the crates, especially with RSD extended hours. Here are a list of stores for those wanting to break in their collection.

Museo Del Disco

10,000 square feet of vinyl records, CDs, and more! Museo will employ local law enforcement to keep masks on and shopping peaceful. It accommodates up to 50 shoppers at a time, and hand sanitizer, gloves, and masks will be distributed.

Radio-Active Records

One of Florida's oldest operating vinyl stores, that also carries CDs, cassettes, and, yes, even some 8-tracks. They're handing out totes to the first 50 customers, and the bags will be filled with special posters, pins, masks, and other swag, as well as coupons that can be redeemed at local vendors. The store will allow ten people in at a time and each customer gets 20 minutes to shop.

Sweat Records

DJ Le Spam will mix in the parking lot while you munch on free vegan cookies and slurp down the Topo Chico. Five people can enter the store at a time, and, masks will be required.

Technique Records

Make sure you call ahead or visit the website to make an appointment; slots are available on a first-come, first-served basis, at noon, walk-ins will be allowed in. Those with appointments will enter and exit through the rear of the building; walk-ins will wait in a socially distanced line for space to become available. Free coffee and beer, courtesy of Cream Parlor and Veza Sur Brewing and you can also dig through the RSD Mega $1 Sidewalk Sale in the parking lot.

We Got the Beats and We Got the Beats (Too)

Go to your nearest location to receive a wristband with a number. That number dictates the time you'll be allowed into the store. The wristbands are store-specific, so return to the store where you got the band. Masks are required, and hand sanitizer will be available.

Yesterday & Today Records

A small space, so only seven people will be allowed to shop at a time (masks are mandatory). Sanitizer will be provided upon arrival.

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