Based on some customer feedback, beginning next week (January 7th), we are going to change our hours on Wednesdays. We will open at 2 p.m. and close at 7:30, extending our hours into the evening so people can come in after work. We’ll try it for a while and see how it goes.
Today, Wednesday, December 17th, we will close at 4:30 p.m. Thursday we will be open 11 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Friday, the 19th we will be closed all day. We will re-open on Saturday at 10 a.m.
We will be closed on Thursday, December 25th and Thursday, January 1st. We WILL NOT be open late on first Friday, January 2nd so there won’t be an event that night. We look forward to starting up our First Friday Flicks Independent Film Screening Series on the first Friday in February.
Happy Holidays everyone!
Just want to give our customers advance notice that Vinyl Revival will be closed on Friday, December 19th and we’ll re-open on Saturday, December 20th but at noon not 10 a.m. We’ll stay open until 5 so everyone can finish their last minute holiday shopping.
Thanks to the Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation for featuring a story about our one year anniversary.
Vinyl Revival will be closed from Wednesday, September 10th through Friday, September 12th. We will re-open on Saturday, September 13th but at noon not at 10 a.m., our normal opening time.
In honor of our first year in business, we’re having a weekend celebration featuring a concert event with folk singer Betty Soo on August 22nd, screenings of the documentary film “Wages of Spin II,” on August 23rd, plus an anniversary sale with 50% off all in-store vinyl, complimentary cake, drinks and light refreshments all weekend long.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, we have to cancel our Nurturing the Angels event scheduled for Wednesday, May 21st.
Our June Angel Painting Party is still on so we hope to see you then!
One of the things I enjoy about owning a record store is meeting so many people who I have something in common with – a shared love of music. I love it when I can find an album that someone has been looking for and was so happy that I was able to fulfill a customer request for Elton John’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” album Wednesday night. Our customer was sitting in the front row for Elton’s show and was hoping to get Elton to autograph the record for him. I was going to the show too so I meet up with our customer, Joe, at the Wells Fargo Center to give him the record. Elton was kind enough to autograph the album and Joe shared a picture of the signed record with us. It’s moments like this, being a part of a memorable musical experience, that make me love what I do even more!