Make like you’re living the High Fidelity DREAM by attending this year’s Berwick Street Record Store Day on Saturday 19th April.
Free outdoor gigs, DJ sets and in-store activities will take place up and down Berwick Street, which is home to central London’s largest concentration of independent record shops, including Reckless Records, Sister Ray and the Music and Video Exchange.
There’ll be live British music talent playing from 12 – 7pm on the Main Stage, which will be located at the crossroads of Berwick and D’Arblay Street. The line-up will be announced a week before the event.
Local shops and restaurants will also be getting involved, from Oliver Spencer’s in-store party and vinyl fair through to Cass Art’s creative music-inspired workshops and more. Nudie Jeans, Foot Patrol and Underground Shoes are all unique to Berwick, and their flagship stores will also be doing loads shizzle on the day.
But possibly our fave announcement is that the traditional Fruit & Veg market will be open as usual with a variety of world street food traders, including Napoli style pizzas served by Pizza Pilgrims from the back of a converted Piaggio van and Jerusalem Falafel, the most delicious freshly-made falafel wraps ever tasted.
SOUNDS (lololol) good to us!