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LIST: Where to buy vinyl in Austin

Record Store Day 2022 is Saturday, April 23, but you can score some vinyl at these spots year-round.

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin has long been known as the "Live Musical Capital of the World," so it's fair to say the people who live here love to go see music and probably like to own it, too.

Luckily, fans of physical media have a lot of options when looking to add to their vinyl collections. While Record Store Day 2022 is Saturday, April 23, you can still score vinyl at these spots year-round:

Antone's Record Shop

  • 2928 Guadalupe St. #101 in Austin

Astro Record Store

  • 910 Main St. in Bastrop

Big Henry's Vinyl & Gifts

  • 305 E. Fifth St. in Austin 

BLK Vinyl

  • 2505 E 6th St. Suite F in Austin 

Breakaway Records

  • 211 W. North Loop Blvd. in Austin 

End of an Ear

  • 4304 Clawson Road in Austin 

Exploded Records at JuiceLand

  • 4500 Duval St. in Austin 

Drinks Records

  • 2001 E. Cesar Chavez St. in Austin

Feel So Good Records

  • 211 E. Alpine Road #700 in Austin

Love Wheel Records

  • 2105 Justin Lane #116 in Austin

Piranha Records

  • 1208 N. Interstate 35 #200 in Round Rock

Living in Stereo

  • 4361 S. Congress Ave. Unit 107 in Austin

Lost Art Records

  • 609 W. Eighteenth St. E in Austin

Waterloo Records

  • 600 N. Lamar Blvd. in Austin

A number of Austin vintage and antique shops also sell vinyl, including Room Service Vintage and Out of the Past Collectibles.

Additionally, vinyl collectors can attend the Austin Record Convention, an event that calls itself "the largest sale of recorded music in the USA." Twice a year, over 300 dealers spread out inside the Palmer Events Center to sell all kinds of music media, collectibles and memorabilia. 

The convention is held every spring and fall. This year's dates are May 7-8 and Oct. 1-2.

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