07/18/2013 11:05 am ET

Third Man Records Returns To Chicago With Rolling Record Store -- Just In Time For Pitchfork Fans

Third Man Records

For music fans (especially vinyl lovers) unable to hike south to check out Jack White's aural playground known as Third Man Records, a bit of Nashville is coming to Chicago.

On Wednesday, Third Man Records announced its Rolling Record Store would be "chooglin'" into town Friday and Saturday and parking right outside of Reckless Records in Wicker Park.

(See photos at Brooklyn Vegan Chicago of the Rolling Record Store.)

The truck will be parked from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and stocked with limited edition pressings, merchandise and other goods. White, the former White Stripes frontman, is known for his precise aesthetics and affinity for vinyl (particularly the offbeat, weird and beautiful variety), so plenty of cool (and potentially pricey) options are sure to abound.

Folks not hitting Pitchfork take heart: The last time White brought the wagon to the Windy City, he performed a surprise in-store at Reckless Records, so stick around long enough and you might get to see White grab a guitar.



Jack White Through The Years