Record Store Day 2020
RECORD STORE DAY DROP #1 IS AUGUST 29TH:
The first Record Store Day drop event is Saturday, August 29. So without further ado (seriously this time!) here is Strictly Discs' plan for the day. We will be blunt: this won't be like RSD events of years' past. We cherish this day of music and community every year but as we battle a pandemic, it is not possible to throw a party in the store responsibly.†
1. We OPEN at 7AM
2. Line to form westbound on Monroe Street
3. Masks (covering nose & mouth) & distancing REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES
5. We will pull your requests & you will check out outside on Harrison Street
6. Our website will be updated as titles sell out†HERE
7. The shop will open for normal browsing when there is no longer a line.
Our goal for this day is to get you the records you are looking for while limiting potential exposure.†Stay strong & have #hope.
RECORD STORE DAY IS NOW RSD DROPS SPREAD OVER 3 DATES:
It's an unusual year, which means unusual news about Record Store Day.
Earlier this spring, Record Store Day announced a rescheduled June 20 date for the annual holiday, but with ongoing health and safety concerns, we now have a new plan.
Instead of a single-day global celebration, the 2020 releases will now be available over a series of monthly†RSD Drops†events, from August to October, followed by a regularly-scheduled Black Friday in November. This means we'll have four months of release events Ė the RSD 2020 exclusives spread out over three months, followed by a new round of exclusives for Black Friday Ė to end this strange year on a high note.
Wishlists for September & October can be made†HERE.