Daredevil Records was formed in 2022 by Jessica Berry, the sole owner of the company. Jessica has a long history in the entertainment and retail sectors, starting her professional career in minor league baseball at the Hudson Valley Renegades; working for various organizations such as the Modesto A’s, New Orleans Hornets, Reno Aces, Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Buffalo Bills; and participating in countless events and festivals over the years, including the 2017 MLB All-Star Game in Miami, the 2015 Pan-Am Games, the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), the 2002 Academy Awards and Woodstock ’94.
Jessica is an audiophile who has been building and rebuilding her musical library over the years, first coming to WNY in 2005, and currently living in Niagara Falls with her partner since 2020. She is a strong believer in the power of music to bring people together, and she hopes to share her passion of music with you at Daredevil Records.
Our brick-and-mortar store, located in the historic Tugby-Lennon building at 324 Niagara Street, is steps away from the Rainbow Bridge on lands once occupied by the Haudenosaunee, and across from the Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino.
Hours of Operation:
We are currently open Wednesday to Sunday between 1PM and 8PM.
Daredevil Records’ mission is simple – Sit Back. Relax. Listen.
Our vision is to create an inclusive and welcoming environment for people of all ages to explore new music and discover old favorites. We are a small scale, boutique store that aims to reduce the impact to our global shared spaces by repurposing vintage furniture, equipment and products, to bring our patrons a unique listening and retail experience.
Hours of Operation
Wednesday: 1PM – 8PM
Thursday: 1PM – 8PM
Friday: 1PM – 8PM
Saturday: 1PM – 8PM
Sunday: 1PM – 8PM
Location and Directions
324 Niagara Street
Niagara Falls, NY 14301
Directions from Buffalo:
Directions from Lewiston:
Directions from Canada:
Walking Directions from 3rd Street:
Street Parking: There are a few spots on Niagara Street in front of the store. Currently FREE.
Entrance to the store is next to this mural of Annie Edson Taylor, her cat and her barrel.
Lot Parking: There is a large, fully lit parking lot behind our building in between 3rd and 4th Streets. Take 4th Street north and then a left into the lot. FREE.