Record Store Day is an annual celebration of great music. Independent record stores across London will be taking part, unveiling exclusive releases and celebrating vinyl.
From 12-7pm, vinyl destination Berwick Street Soho will be transformed into a mini music festival for the day. Performing live from the street stage will be cult rock band Wire, Frank Turner, Steve Mason, Gabrielle Aplin and critically acclaimed Matthew E White. There will also be DJs, discounts and parties in the stores throughout the day. Berwick Street has been a destination for vinyl record collectors since the 1980s when it became known as The Golden Mile of Vinyl. Today, it's still home to London's largest concentration of thriving independent record shops. Don't miss this one of a kind mini music festival.
Venue Details & Map
30 Berwick Street, W1F 8RH [map]
Reckless Records stock a wide range of second hand records, tapes and CDs with all types of music.
Records and CDs
50 Essex Road, Shoreditch, N1 8LR [map]
Flashback deal in second hand vinyl records and offer varying styles of music from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
Basement Studio, 45 Fouberts Place, W1F 7QH [map]
The Vinyl Factory launched this new gallery space in the heart of Chelsea in September 2011.
113-119 Charing Cross Road, WC2H 0EB [map]
Founded in 1903, London’s iconic bookshop is a bibliophile’s paradise with the UK’s largest range of books in 50 departments over 5 floors.
Berwick Street, Soho, W1F 8ST [map]
Established since 1830, Berwick Street Market is situated in Soho and sells an array of mouth-watering foods and nibbles.
Records and CDs
E1 6QL [map]
Rough Trade sells a wide range of music on both vinyl and CD.