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Here’s where to find new and used vinyls at record stores in Greenville, SC

Whether you’re participating in Record Store Day 2024 or you’re just looking to shop local for some music, we’ve rounded up record stores in Greenville, SC.


Think “Black Friday shopping” but for music lovers. | Photo by GVLtoday

Drop the needle and let the record spin — tomorrow is Record Store Day (RSD), where independent music shops open early and offer limited edition vinyl. For collectors, it’s like Christmas Day and for music lovers, it’s an opportunity to show support for your favorite shop and artists.

We’re rounding up local record stores. Note: Not all stores participate in RSD, so if you’re looking for a specific pressing, we recommend calling ahead.

Horizon Records, 2-A W. Stone Ave., Greenville

Likely Greenville’s best-known record store, this fan-favorite spot is located next to The Bohemian Cafe. Tomorrow, the doors will open promptly at 8 a.m., but in years past people have lined up hours before.

Cabin Floor Records, 1156 Rutherford Rd., Greenville

Since 2009, Cabin Floor has specialized in rare and vintage vinyl. We know they’ll have some RSD titles in stock because they teased Sonny Rollins’ ”Freedom Weaver: The 1959 European Tour Recordings” which is a 2024 RSD release.

Pharmacy Records, 21 Shoppers Dr., Greenville

This independent record store isn’t participating in RSD this year, but we recommend swinging by and browsing the used LPs. We’ve found some gems.


For the record, they sell more than just vinyls. | Photo by GVLtoday

Bonus: BJ Music, 374 Whitney Rd., Spartanburg

While this isn’t a Greenville record store, we think it’s worth the drive to Spartanburg. City Editor Danielle here. For the past three Record Store Days, I’ve started my early morning at Horizon before making the drive to BJ, and I typically get my hands on any of the pressings I set out to find.

Find other participating stores

Use this map to search your zip code for a larger list of independent record stores across the Southeast participating in the Record Store Day celebration with promotions and RSD titles.

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