Since its inception in 2007, Record Store Day has been used as a way to celebrate independent music vendors across the country.

After splitting into several dates over the past two years of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the 2022 Record Day will indeed remain just one day, Saturday, April 23rd. This year’s “Ambassador of the Day of Recording” – Taylor Swift from Berks County, who will release an exclusive 7 “” the Lakes “, a bonus track from Swift’s album” Folklore “2020.

In addition to Swift’s offer, this year’s list includes releases by Prince, David Bowie and hundreds of others.

In just 15 years, vinyl records have gone from niche to record sales. According to a report by MRC Data-Billboard (formerly known as Nielsen-Soundscan), 41.7 million vinyl records were sold in 2021, the highest since 1991 and more than twice as much as in 2020.

Here is a list of stores participating in Lancaster County, on the official Record Store Day website.

A Day in the Life Records (24A W. Walnut St., Lancaster)

– Angry, Young & Poor (356 W. Orange St., Lancaster)

-CI Records & Skates (112 W. Orange St., Lancaster)

– The Man in the Dream (154 N. Prince St., Lancaster)

– Lititz Music Co. (47 S. Broad St., Lititz)

-Record compound (550 N. Reading Rd., Ephrata)

-Retro Rocks (1809 Columbia Ave., Lancaster)

-Stan’s Record Bar (48 N. Prince St., Lancaster)

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