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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame begins 'Sun Sets' series of free Friday concerts

Performances are free and run from 5-7 p.m. on the PNC Stage

CLEVELAND — If you're looking for a fun way to wrap up your week this summer, head to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Fridays for the 'Sun Sets' free concert series starting tonight. Performances are free and run from 5-7 p.m. on the PNC Stage for the next three weeks, concluding on August 2nd.

Make sure you bring your appetite to the Rock Hall as their onsite All-Access Cafe, bar and food trucks will be open for each event. Free metered parking is available on Rock & Roll Blvd. (East 9th) and Alfred Lerner Way after 6 p.m.

Vanity Crash kicked off the series on Friday evening. We caught some of their performance in the player below. 

Channel 3's Danielle Serino was live from the Rock Hall during Donovan Live and met the members of the band. You can see more in the player at the top. 

Rumbling Spires will perform on July 26 and Shooter Sharp & The Shootouts will close out the series on August 2. RSVP at rockhall.com to receive a special offer and be sure to bring along items to donate to the Rock Hall’s archives. A separate admission ticket must be purchased to tour the Rock Hall exhibits. Museum admission is free for Members and City of Cleveland Residents

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