TVD Radar: Warner Music Group’s Record Store Crawl returns for fourth year

VIA PRESS RELEASE | Audiophiles, record enthusiasts, and music lovers are invited to join Warner Music Group’s fourth annual series of official Record Store Crawls, happening over the next few months in various cities in the U.S.

The first of this year’s crawls will take place in New York City on Record Store Day, April 13th, while the remainder of the crawls will take place from June through October. Participants will enjoy live performances as they’re escorted by bus to some of each city’s best record stores while enjoying food and beverages, a gift bag including a mystery vinyl LP, and other limited-edition gifts. The New York crawl will take place across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens and feature performances by Hollis Brown and Sophie Auster, whose forthcoming album, Next Time, is expected to be released the day before the event.

Other Warner Music artists confirmed to perform at select Record Store Crawl dates include: Skating Polly in Seattle, Run River North and WILD in Los Angeles, Betcha in Nashville, and Chief White Lightning in Austin. Attendees will be among the first to have access to limited-edition vinyl released to coincide with the crawls, including exclusives from Ray Charles, and more to be announced.

Record Store Crawl Dates:
4/13 – New York, NY
6/1 – Minneapolis, MN
6/22 – Seattle, WA
6/29 – Rochester, NY
6/29 – Birmingham, AL
7/20 – Orlando, FL
7/20 – Los Angeles, CA
8/10 – Portland, OR
8/24 – Nashville, TN
8/25 – Austin, TX
10/5 – Phoenix, AZ
10/19 – Chicago, IL

The full itinerary will be revealed the week of each event. Record Store Crawl is proudly presented in partnership with Deep Eddy Vodka.

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