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Radio-Active Records Unveils Details of Saturday's Record Store Day

​This blog posting was actually written from inside a dark-green Coleman tent that's perched on the sidewalk outside Radio-Active Records (1930B E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale). Although the store is technically open right now, we predict a Bonnaroo-level event in the parking lot in anticipation for Saturday's 10 a.m. launch.

In addition to the massive shipment of CD and vinyl rarities for purchase, the day includes in-store live performances, DJ sets, BBQ, and cupcakes that you'd be stealing if they weren't already giving them away.

And, an After Party at Brew Downtown.

Find out set times for the Axe & the Oak, Gray Girls, the Shakers, and Sloane Peterson, as well as the rest of the day's deets, jump with us!

This Saturday....

Record Store Day 2010!

This is the one

day that all of the independently owned record stores come together with

artists to celebrate the art of music. Special vinyl and CD releases

and various promotional products are made exclusively for the day and

hundreds of artists in the United States and in various countries across

the globe make special appearances and performances.


Performances from:
The Axe & The Oak (7:30 PM)
Gray Girls

(6:30 PM)
The Shakers (8:30 PM)
Sloane Peterson (9:30 PM)


band with an exclusive Record Store Day release!)

DJ Sets by:

Urodub Sound System

-10% off of all

merchandise for the day (excluding RSD product).
-Thousands of new

& used LPs & CDs in stock specifically for RSD!
-4 for a $1

LP sidewalk sale.
-Concert ticket giveaways throughout the day

courtesy of Live Nation & Revolution Nightclub.

-Free cupcakes provided by Happy House Vintage.

edition giveaways and on-site vending from Pink Ghost & Happy House

-Swanky's Low-N-Slow Mobile BBQ on site!
-and more!


10:00 am - 10:00 pm.
-Afterparty to be announced shortly.

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Reed Fischer
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