We’re only 22 short days away from Record Store Day 2016! Vinyl Revival will stock a selection of titles that are Record Store Day exclusive, limited edition and first releases and we’ll have a couple fun events during the day on April 16th.
11 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Meet Orlando Haddad and Patricia King from the Brazilian jazz group Minas and get advance and signed copies of their first album, Num Dia Azul, which will be re-released at their World Café Live concert on April 16th at 8 p.m.
12 p.m. – 2 p.m. – Meet Philly’s first rock and roll star, Charlie Gracie, as he signs copies of his new book, Rock & Roll’s Hidden Giant: The Story of Rock Pioneer Charlie Gracie.
Gracie’s book and Minas’ album will be available for sale at their individual events.
As part of the Record Store Day celebration, light refreshments and drinks will be provided during store hours from 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m and an assortment of Record Store Day promotional items will also be given out for free with each purchase while supplies last.
Hope you can celebrate the culture of the independently owned record store with us!
Woo hoo! We are just one month away from Record Store Day. We are super excited about it and hope you are too!
Last week, the folks at Record Store Day announced “the list” of titles that will be available on April 16th. You can take a look at the entire list here. There are about 350 titles. We want to please as many customers as possible, so, as Dawes would say, we ordered “a little bit of everything.” Many releases are limited editions and there are a lot of record stores participating in this special day so we may not get everything we ordered.
We hope that you’ll stop in our store on April 16th beginning at 10 a.m. to helps us celebrate independent record stores. We are planning a few events including a Vinyl and CD signing with Brazilian jazz group, Minas, a book signing with rock and roll pioneer Charlie Gracie, with more events to be announced. We’ll have complimentary light refreshments and beer and wine all day. Check our Facebook page for event details as we’ll be adding more to it as we confirm things. #RSD16
Attention Independent Filmmakers in the Philadelphia Area
In association with FirstGlance Films, we’re calling for entries for a special “art-centric” screening series in our 35 seat black-box theater, The Vault.
Feature Film (over 60 minutes)
Feature Documentary (over 60 minutes)
Short Film (under 60 minutes)
Short documentary (under 60 minutes)
Films should be about visual art, a visual artist, an art form, or have an art theme.
Selected films will have the opportunity to screen for one month (either April 15 – May 15, May 15 – June 15 or June 15 – July 15) as a matinee 1 x day Wednesday through Saturday and on a first Friday evening. Revenues generated from ticket sales ($5 – $8 per ticket) each month will be split with that month’s filmmaker(s).
To submit a film for consideration, please mail a DVD to Vinyl Revival, 35-37 N. Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, PA 19050 by February 29th. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This is a really busy weekend for us. In addition to the start of our First Friday Flicks, Independent Film Screening Series in association with FirstGlance Films tonight, we will be out at the Lansdowne Arts Festival at the Twentieth Century Club, Saturday and Sunday, September 7th and 8th from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and we’ll be at the iRadioPhilly tent on the field near the corner of Eagle and Darby roads in the center of Havertown at the Haverford Music Festival from 7 – 9:30 p.m. Saturday night. We’ll be giving out lots of prizes and a few surprises, so stop by and say hello.
Art and music makes for a perfect weekend, don’t you think?
I am so happy to open Vinyl Revival in Lansdowne! Over the past few months, I’ve received such a warm welcome from the other merchants, people from the community and neighborhood organizations, so thank you!
I am opening Vinyl Revival in Lansdowne because I love the tight-knit neighborhood feel and the friendly faces. I love that there is a growing arts community, a great farmer’s market, restaurants, a fantastic music store, a growing business and retail district, and a fabulous historical theater soon to be restored to its former glory.
Right now, we are in the process of clearing out the space to make way for new paint, cabinetry, theater equipment, and everything else needed to make the store a cool, welcoming and fun place to visit and shop.
Here’s one of our before pictures. Check back often to see our progress and what we’ll look like “after.”