Thanks to a generous grant by the Key Bank Foundation, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be free to the citizens of Cleveland for the next 10 years.
Dubbed the CLE VIP ticket program, resident of Cleveland can now enjoy a free daily trip (and soft drink!) to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Just bring your driver’s license, state ID, or photo ID with City of Cleveland addressed utility bill to the Rock Hall’s box office to receive your free ticket! Each ticket is good for one adult and up to five accompanying minors.
Mayor Frank G. Jackson and members of the KeyBank Board
Resident of Northeast Ohio who live outside the city limits of Cleveland can still enjoy a discounted ticket price, along with annual free events, such as MLK Jr. Day & additional announced free days. If you’re interested in learning more about upcoming Rock Hall events, you can go to https://www.rockhall.com/onstage/events
Photos courtesy of City of Cleveland Photo Bureau
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Hi: Will there be an accompanying video from this event? Thanks.
Hi Eric! Our coverage of the event will be included in this week’s episode of Around Town. Stay tuned!
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