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Record Store Day event set for today

ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa -- The Iowa Rock 'n Roll Music Association (IRRMA) will celebrate the independent record store and the resurgence of vinyl on Record Store Day, set for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. today (Saturday) at the Roof Garden in Arnolds Park.

ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa - The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association (IRRMA) will celebrate the independent record store and the resurgence of vinyl on Record Store Day, set for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. today (Saturday) at the Roof Garden in Arnolds Park.

 

IRRMA invites the public to browse, listen to and purchase from a wide variety of artists on offer from rock ‘n roll to pop, classical, jazz, gospel, country, heavy metal, musical theater and more. Event admission is free.

 

Including 2017 inductee Reiman Music, IRRMA has inducted seven music stores into the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association Hall of Fame.

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For details, visit the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association website at www.iowarocknroll.com .

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