End of All Music to participate in Record Store Day on Saturday
Though listening to music on vinyl might seem retro, in 2017, record sales are projected to sell 40 million units. You can take part in the vinyl resurgence with the tenth annual national Record Store Day at The End of All Music in Oxford.
Since opening in 2012, this will be The End of All Music’s sixth time taking part in the festivities. Before the store officially opens at 10 a.m., Oxford-based label Fat Possum Records will be selling merchandise out front at 9 a.m.
Aside from live music being played all day at the store, there are plenty of items that will be given away to those who come early including shirts, records and tote bags.
Each year, Record Store Day promotes exclusive releases from artists that can only be purchased on the special day. Classic artists like The Beatles and David Bowie will have limited edition records alongside special releases by newer artists like Miley Cyrus and rapper Andre 3000.
Free coffee will be served all morning from Heartbreak Coffee and barbecue for lunch will be provided by Brad Hayden’s Smokeshop and Catering. Free beer will be served all afternoon by Party Waitin’ To Happen.
The End of All Music will be open until 6 p.m.