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General Admission
General Admission 08/04/2015 To 12/31/2015

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame General Admission

The greatest stories and biggest names in rock and roll shine on at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. The experience includes four theaters, multiple interactive stations and seven floors of exhibits that tell the story of the world’s most powerful art form. Please note that the Museum will be closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. The museum will also be closing at 5:30pm on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

 
The Playoff Finals
The Playoff Finals 09/12/2015
This corporate battle of the bands has found its way to the biggest stage in Rock and Roll. Inc. Media and The Rock Hall present the finals of The PlayOff. The bands in the finals have won their way to the Rock Hall by winning regional competitions in Los Angeles, Nashville and Washington DC. Corporate bands performing on the Klipsch Audio Stage in the Finals include Mattel, Gracenote, Indiepay, Gartner, Erie Insurance Group, Excella Consulting, Swann Communications and GE Aviation. Ticket includes admission to the Museum on Saturday September 12 and to the finals competition that evening. The PlayOff is sponsored by Gibson Brands, GigSalad and Nissan.
 
ALGIERS
ALGIERS 10/07/2015
The debut LP by Algiers is haunted by promises of the past: the rapturous call and response of millenarian gospel, the bellowing urgency of 60s protest soul, the scene-searching intensity of DC hardcore and the smeared viscosity of post-punk and no wave. After all, as Marx once said: “The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living.” But rather than revel in a state of nostalgia, the band wields these burdened visions to charge headlong into the future. Vocalist Franklin James Fisher's every shriek and incantation will take you from the sweaty fervor of Dennis Edwards-era Temptations through the righteous rebellion of Nina Simone. Shards of Lee Tesche's guitar, along with Ryan Mahan's bass pulses and synthesizer slashes, pierce through the processional, transforming neo-modernist hymns with explosions of foreboding and dread that evoke the vanguard of pop experimentation.
 
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  • Continental Airlines
  • Gibson
  • Medical Mutual
  • SIRIUS Satellite Radio
  • Klipsch
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum