Sweat’s 5-Year + Record Store Day 2010 = SWEATSTOCK!

Dear friends, it’s hard to believe but Sweat Records is about to turn FIVE FREAKIN’ YEARS OLD!  On Saturday, March 12th, 2005 Sweat opened its doors for the first time to the cheers of music-loving Miamians and has kept the spirit alive ever since.

So mark your calendars for ***SWEATSTOCK*** ON SATURDAY, APRIL 17th!* We’re celebrating and giving back by throwing a FREE, ALL-AGES BLOCK PARTY with live music, food, friends and more, and we are excited as all get-out to finally announce that the headliner of this lil’ festival will be

NO AGE (Sub Pop Records)!!!!!!

They rock live and we know you’ll love them (and we’re sure they’ll love our vegan cupcakes).  If you haven’t heard them, take a listen on myspace, read some reviews, or check our their blog.

Joining them on the main stage will be some of Miami’s best live acts including ANR, The Jacuzzi Boys, Otto Von Schirach and more TBA, with more Sweat elements in the mix with the Casa De Ha-Ha comedians, a Pure Imagination reading, aquatic projections by Morphologic Studios and beyond!  We’ll be announcing more details as the event gets closer.

This third Saturday in April is also the 3rd annual international RECORD STORE DAY so we’ll have all the amazing releases available exclusively to independent record stores.  We’ll be opening early at 10am that day for the RSD crowd.  Learn more about the holiday and the insane limited edition releases coming out on their website.

I know we’ll say it again but thank you all so much for five incredible years.  If you want to get involved or volunteer for Sweatstock, please send us an email!

*Fun fact: a few years ago we started celebrating in April to factor in the time we were closed post-hurricane and to avoid WMC and then-Langerado madness. Now you know.

6 thoughts on “Sweat’s 5-Year + Record Store Day 2010 = SWEATSTOCK!

  1. Whoever can afford it should lace the food with LSD. Put an X in sharpie next to the food that’s laced, and I’ll eat it.

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