In the age of instant everything, it seems that gone are the days where tangible music exists. I’m talking, CD’s and vinyl…You can basically purchase whatever you want from your smart phone or computer…why waste the gas to go to the store…amiright?!
However, in this city there’s one place that you know is not going to let the tradition of listening to music through “old fashioned” means die.
This place is an institution around town. Everyone knows about Sound Garden because they’re the only place that’s made selling entertainment successful in a digital age. You can purchase records, CD’s, DVDs, concert tickets… You can go in and talk to a variety of well versed employees who know a thing or two about all things music.
Nestled across the street from The MOST, the Sound Garden sits quietly, away from the hustle and bustle of Armory Square. It’s got volumes and volumes of history behind it’s doors. If you’re looking for something to do, or feeling a bit nostalgic. Head to The Sound Garden. It’s open from Sunday: Noon – 8 PM, Monday – Wednesday: 10 AM – 10 PM and Thursday – Saturday: 10 AM – Midnight.
Tip: They also buy back old DVD’s & CD’s if you are looking to clear out your collection, or make room for new stuff!