Record Store Day 2020: everything you need to know


Following two Covid-19-related delays, Record Store Day 2020 has been split over three dates – and the third and final ‘drop’ has landed today (Saturday October 24), bringing tons of exclusive vinyls to turntable enthusiasts around the world.

The first drop landed on August 29, and followed by the second on September 26, and this final drop has brought us some of the best records yet. 

What is Record Store Day?

Conceived in 2007, Record Store Day is a yearly celebration of independent record stores. Special vinyl releases are made exclusively for the day and released in what are known as ‘Record Store Day Drops’. 

Usually, the festivities include in-store performances, meet-and-greets, and parties, but the coronavirus pandemic has stifled those plans somewhat; instead, this year’s celebration is split over three days, with stores adhering to the social distancing guidelines in their region.

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