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Load Up On Free Records In Hollywood This Weekend
In the mood to dig? Hollywood's Record Parlour is looking to get rid of 20,000 overstock LPs this weekend. Starting today at 10:30 a.m., you can wind up going home with up to 100 records—but there is a catch!
As Vinyl Factory notes, you've got to spend $20 on anything in the store in order to cash in on the free records. This will be the last time this year the Parlour does a giveaway like this, so get em while they're hot. It's also a BYOB event, meaning, Bring Your Own Box or Bag to carry out the goods.
According to their Instagram, there will also be food trucks on site to fuel you while you peruse the stacks: expect appearances by the pork belly sandwich-slinging Chinese Laundry truck, burgers from Patty Wagon, and Cousins Maine Lobster. Just don't get your greasy fingers all over the merchandise, ok?
The Record Parlour is located at 6408 Selma Ave in Hollywood.
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