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Hundreds flocked to intu Bromley in support of Record Store Day

Bromley music fans queued since 4.00am on Saturday 16th April to put their hands on limited edition vinyls and enjoyed a day of live independent music at intu Bromley as part of Record Store Day.

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Returning to the centre for the seventh year, the hugely popular Record Store Day took place at music and entertainment store Head Bromley, one of the few stores in the South East to celebrate the event.

“This year was the best yet,” said store manager Andy Low. “We had some amazing independent acts playing live throughout the day and the turnout was fantastic.”

Record Store Day saw over 200 independent record shops across the UK come together to celebrate their unique culture. Thousands more shops celebrated the day around the globe in what’s become one of the biggest annual events on the music calendar.


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