Euclid Records will be celebrating the 12th Annual Record Store Day Saturday April 13 with a full assortment of music, food, beer, wine, camaraderie, and of course, records. Hundreds of limited releases, exclusive to Record Store Day, from dozens of artists, including Jeff Tweedy, Greta Van Fleet, and the Grateful Dead will be available starting at 10 AM on a first come first served basis. Fourteen St. Louis associated musical acts will perform between noon and 8 pm, with perennial headliners the Bottle Rockets closing the day. Food will be available for sale from Sugarfire and the Hi-Pointe Drive-In, and beverages, including free beer (while supplies last), will be provided by 4 Hands, Urban Chestnut, Logboat Brewing, and Echo Echo Wine. Euclid Records is located at 19 N. Gore in Webster Groves.

The first Record Store Day was held in April, 2008, to celebrate the remaining physical record stores in the United States and around the world. Since then, with the resurgence of interest in vinyl LPs, there has been an ever-increasing number of new upstart store. Record Store Day has been one of the biggest factors in the growth of vinyl, and it’s now one of the biggest events in the music world. Record companies large and small release limited editions of hundreds of new and old albums and singles on vinyl. A full listing of every title, most of which will be at Euclid Records, can be found at

The full line-up of musical performances at Euclid Records is as follows:

12:00 PM Nikki Hill
12:30 PM Eldraco Price and Free Nation
1:00 PM Thor Axe
1:30 PM School Of Rock
2:00 PM Red Headed Strangers
2:30 PM Thames
3:00 PM Finn’s Motel
3:30 PM Boreal Hills
4:00 PM Superfun Yeah Yeah Rocketship
4:30 PM Pono A.M.
5:00 PM Beth Bombara
5:30 PM The Potomac Accord
6:00 PM Summer Magic
7:00 PM The Bottle Rockets

From the beginning, Euclid Records has considered Record Store Day to be a party for all the music community in St. Louis and beyond. Over twelve years, Record Store Day at Euclid Records has featured live performance from nearly 200 musicians. Euclid Records has partnered with some of the finest breweries in town to provide free beer for adults to make the event more jovial. By the end of the day, several hundred people will have passed through the store, all leaving with smiles on their faces, and great music to listen to when they get home.

Via Press Release