GRAND RAPIDS & GRANDVILLE, Mich. (WZZM)-Music fans took a trip back in time Saturday for National Record Store Day.
The national tribute has grown drastically since it was started by Metallica in 2008. This year, people packed Corner Records in Grandville and Vertigo Records in Grand Rapids to buy vintage vinyl. Business owners say sales on National Record Store Day are second only to the Christmas season.
"It's just a really big day for us. It gets us in a good position for the summer you know, so it's nice," said Steve Williamson, owner of Corner Records.
Records aren't just for classic bands like The Beatles. Newer artists like The White Stripes also participate in National Record Store Day by releasing new albums on record.