launch party & massive giveaways!

It's not a real Vinyl Revival store if there's no party!

To celebrate the opening of our second baby at 128 Sydney Road, Brunswick we're putting together a day/evening of shenanigans including live music from local talent, DJs, store sales, massive giveaways, good company and cold bevvies courtesy of Young Henry's.

Catch sets from:
Ruby Soho and Rhia Simone (Bitch Diesel)
Kev Walsh
DJ Carmen Spindiago
DJ Hurricane Jane

Giveaways from Pro-Ject and Sonos.. plus 10% off vinyl! 

This will all be going down on Saturday the 23rd of September, 12 noon til 7pm.

vinyl revival giveaway
Winner winner chicken dinner!
Brand new exclusive and limited edition Record Store Day turntable by ProJect and local artist @lukava
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$50 record voucher to be used in store at either Vinyl Revival shop.
We will be handing out a bunch of Vinyl Revival custom printed slip mats.

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To Win...
1. Get vinyl:
Grab a raffle ticket when you buy a new record in any Vinyl Revival store.
2. Be there or be square: 
The winning raffle ticket will be drawn at 6pm at the opening launch of 128 Sydney Road, Brunswick. (23rd September)

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