Everything You Need to Know About Record Store Day 2018 in Cleveland

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It’s no secret that Record Store Day has helped revitalize the sagging sales of independent brick and mortar record stores everywhere. Now celebrating its 11th year, the big event hits Saturday touting limited-edition titles from artists like Aaliyah, Car Seat Headrest, Johnny Cash, The Doors, Marvin Gaye and so many more.

Below is a list of five Cleveland-area record stores we think you should check out in celebration of all things albums.



You may have to stand in a few lines tomorrow, and elbow through a bunch of hipsters to get what you want, but it should all be worth it in the end.

Blue Arrow Records
16001 Waterloo Rd., 216-486-2415
This cool spot is celebrating record day with a customer appreciation day. The day is going to be packed with specials, events and giveaways, with a secret special guest to be announced the day of. Find more information here.



Nikki's Music
11701 Buckeye Rd., 216-991-0011
If you're a fan of the hip-hop genre, Nikki's Music is here for you. Be sure to ask about their Record Day specials while looking for that N.W.A record you've always wanted. Find more information here.

A Separate Reality Records
2678 W 14th St., 216-644-7934
A Separate Reality Records is celebrating with great sales and an in-store concert. Saturday, all $1 records are 25 cents and $5 records are $2.50. Find more information here.

Brittany's Record Shop
6410 Fleet Ave., 216-804-3453
Celebrate Record Store Day at Brittany's new location as you extol over the many records they have to offer, especially in the genre of hip-hop, reggae and soul. They'll have exclusive RSD vinyl, and in-store sets from DJ Candi Fresca and DJ NuERA. Find more information here.

The Exchange
Various Locations
Each location, including Lakewood, North Olmstead and Parma Heights, will each have its own offerings, so be sure to call ahead or ask in-store for what's available. For more information click here.

For more Cleveland-area locations to check out on Record Store Day head here.

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