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Vinyl Nation Special Online Screening w/ Park Ave CDs!
April 18Various prices
Vinyl Nation has partnered with Record Store Day and record stores across the country to bring you a very special limited online screening of the never before seen documentary ‘Vinyl Nation’ on April 18th-19th, 2020! ALL ticket proceeds will directly benefit the record stores participating in this screening. Use the link attached below to purchase your ticket and help support your local record store — Park Ave CDs! PACDs is even featured in the film, so don’t miss out! More info on the film and partnership below:
“To help record stores during these challenging times and closures due to COVID-19, we are presenting a one-time special online screening of our documentary Vinyl Nation in association with Record Store Day on April 18-19, 2020.
No one has seen Vinyl Nation yet! You will be the first audience to get a chance to see our documentary dig into the record resurgence here in America!
All ticket proceeds go to local record stores participating in this special screening. The link you use (https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/park-ave-orlando/4567320) to buy your tickets allows us to track your ticket purchase directly back to your local record store, and your local record store will receive the full $10 face value from your individual ticket purchase.
That’s right. 100% of the face value of your ticket purchase goes straight to your local record store.
This special screening of our documentary Vinyl Nation will be available digitally from 12 midnight ET Saturday, April 18, 2020 through 11:59 PM PT Sunday, April 19, 2020.
Just prior to the screening weekend, you will be emailed a password to access the digital screening. You will need to log in with the name and email you used to purchase tickets on Brown Paper Tickets plus the password to access the digital screening.
Once the clock strikes midnight PT, Monday, April 20, 2020, the film will no longer be accessible.
Note to parents: Vinyl Nation isn’t rated, but it falls in PG-13 territory due to language plus a few f-bombs. No sex, no violence. Just a love of records. If your kids have heard strong language and you’re okay with that, we think you’ll enjoy Vinyl Nation with them. We trust your judgment.” – Vinyl Nation