Lost Weekend Video’s rad new plan to ally with Oakland’s 1234Go! Records

Well, this is some GRAND news!  Instead of having to close their doors for good in May as they previously feared, they’re going full Voltron:

First, Lost Weekend, in partnership with Oakland’s 1234Go! Records, will be relaunching the Valencia Street location on April 18th (Record Store Day 2015) as a new video store/record store hybrid, ready to serve all of your physical media needs. VHS, DVD, cassettes & vinyl – all in one place – with an expanded staff of enthusiastic fans ready to recommend the best in new or classic music & film.

A little bit of Oakland is just what the Mission needs right now!

Read on for the rest of the plot.

(Thanks Andy!)

8 Responses to “Lost Weekend Video’s rad new plan to ally with Oakland’s 1234Go! Records”

  1. m says:

    This is great. Hopefully the proximity to Aquarius will benefit both shops. Different music but ultimately the same collectors.

  2. Valenchia says:

    I hope this works; I really like Lost Weekend but know that they need more than me to stay in business.

  3. wurple says:

    Great to have businesses work together to actually create something interesting on Valencia.

  4. Gavin says:

    Can’t wait till these losers go out of business so the Plumpjack wine store can open.

  5. ofcourse says:

    Adam + Billy Joe = punk rock saves the day.

  6. m says:

    FYI – 1234 Go is looking to buy any and all punk rock related LPs, tapes, and even CDs for the SF opening. Soft opening on April 1st with official opening on the embarrassment that is record store day. They are buying at their Oakland location and pay good money.