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Red Onion Records moving from Adams Morgan/Dupont to U Street

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1901 18th Street, NW

Thanks to a reader for passing on:

“RED ONION RECORDS IS MOVING!

if all goes as planned, we will be reopening next weekend.

the new address of the shop is 1628 U ST NW.

it is located just around the corner from the old shop, about a six minute walk across U or Willard.

we are very excited to enter this next phase of the shop.
the new store will be the same, but also very, very different.

it’s sad to see this place go after being down there for almost nine years, but we have a good feeling at about this… thanks again for all your love/support, we’ll see you soon!”

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