Thursday, January 2, 2014

Toxic Ranch to Reopen at a New Location on Jan. 15

Posted By on Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Punk rock will never die, but it will relocate.

Toxic Ranch Records closed out their Sixth Street location on New Year's Eve with style, but it was just the beginning of a new chapter for Bill Sassenberger and company. According to James Hudson's Facebook post, the record store will reopening on Jan. 15 in a new location on East Broadway and South Olson Avenue.

It's a New Year's Eve miracle! Toxic Ranch Records just announced that they've found a new location over on Broadway and Plumer— look for the grand opening on January 15th!

The announcement was made at the last in-store concert on New Year's Eve.

The new location will be smaller than the original space. "Leaner and meaner, but nice and friendly," Sassenberger said.

Toxic Ranch will be relocated on 2030 East Broadway Suite 115.

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