Places to shop in Las Vegas for music lovers on Small Business Saturday 2017
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The Las Vegas Strip is home to several major entertainment venues, from the MGM Grand Garden Arena to the Mandalay Bay Events Center and T-Mobile Arena. Considered one of the biggest destination points in North America, Las Vegas has many smaller music treasures across its expansive landscape as well. Check out some of the city's best small record stores below as Small Business Saturday approaches and consider adding a new piece of vinyl to the collection.

Zia Record Exchange
4503 W Sahara Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 233-4942

In the need of all things digital? Zia Record Exchange is a one-stop destination point for vinyl, CDs, cassettes, video games and toys. Weekly specials and new releases are always occurring at the W Sahara Ave. store, and online shoppers receive free shipping on all orders $35 and up. A blowout Black Friday sale will have the store holding exclusive vinyl, CDs and other assorted items over the course of the day.

11th Street Records
1023 Fremont St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 527-7990

Self-described as "a very nice record store in Downtown Las Vegas," 11th Street Records was established in 2014 out of a love for all things records. The store's black-and-white-checkered floors contrast beautifully with its massive inventory that lines the walls. "Evangelists for vinyl," 11th Street Records helps sell and create records for independent labels and bands alike.

MoonDog Records
4440 S Maryland Pkwy #112
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 802-3333

MoonDog records was started by Clint McKean with one passion in mind: the love of all things music. Whether playing bass in his band or dusting off an old Motown record, McKean's musical taste knows no boundaries. Along with vinyl and CDs, MoonDog also buys and sells guitars. Stop by the S Maryland Parkway shop and walk out with a new piece of gear this Small Business Saturday. 

Wax Trax Records
2909 S Decatur Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 362-4300

Home to vintage record players and just about every vinyl ever made, Wax Trax Records was founded by longtime music man Rich Rosen. The store boasts over 500,000 pieces of vinyl, CDs, cassettes and more, making it one of Vegas' biggest small businesses around. Rosen also buys collections from visitors, so his catalogue is always growing.