Bistro on Bridge and Forever Changes Collaborate for Record Store Day
Phoenixville’s music scene is continuing to grow every year. There’s no shortage of live music throughout local bars and restaurants. If you follow any Phoenixville restaurant on social media, you’ll find plenty of weekly lineups of live music. Along with live music, the appreciation runs deep with events catered to the scene. This Saturday is National Record Store Day, and Bistro on Bridge is collaborating with Forever Changes to host a vinyl celebration.
What’s Happening at the Record Store Day Celebration?
At noon on April 23, Bistro on Bridge is hosting its Record Store Day Celebration with vinyl, music, and specials.
The vaporwave-themed promotion highlights live music from DJ Q-Ball and Milou Sky.
Specialty cocktails are going to be served. Bistro is pairing the cocktails with vinyl to get you into the groove. Check out this Purple Rain-inspired drink!
Forever Changes, a Phoenixville record store, is located on Main Street around the corner from Bistro. The store owner Shawn Cephas is slated to be at the event to bring his expertise in the vinyl industry to Record Store Day attendees.
The Main Street vinyl store has a rich family history. According to the site, Shawn’s father, James Cephas, owned 3 record stores in Philadelphia called King James Records. Over 20 years after James Cephas’ passing, Shawn decided to continue his legacy through a vinyl pop-up shop.
Cephas’ pop-up shop started in 2019 and flourished into a storefront in 2021. The popularity of Forever Changes is growing and is a unique addition to downtown Phoenixville.
The full details of the celebration are in the Facebook event. Learn more about Forever Changes by visiting the website below.
28 S Main St, Phoenixville, PA 19460