CLEVELAND — The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is set to reopen its doors next week as the state of Ohio continues its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a salute to all of the people on the front lines, the Rock Hall is offering a special free admission day for healthcare workers and their families on Sunday, June 14. Healthcare workers could book their free tickets at rockhall.com beginning Thursday, but those spots quickly sold out.
The Rock Hall will then officially reopen to the public on Monday, June 15. Advance online tickets will be required. The museum will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m, with early access available at 10 a.m. for teachers (Mondays), vulnerable fans (Tuesdays), Rock Hall Members (Saturdays) and healthcare workers (Sundays).
Live music on the plaza will resume in July on Thursday and Saturday evenings from 5-7 p.m. In addition, the Rock Hall has extended its massive Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll exhibit, co-organized with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, through December 2020.
The Rock Hall says it has been working closely Gov. Mike DeWine, the Center for Disease Control, public health officials, and infectious disease experts to ensure the safety of all. The following guidelines will be in place:
- CLEan Committed including daily continuous cleaning
- Hand sanitizing stations throughout the museum
- Fans to keep at least two Stratocasters apart for distancing
- Temperature checks prior to entry
- Limited capacity with timed ticketing
- Staff and guests required to wear masks indoors
- Credit card and mobile payment only with plexiglass shields at checkout
- Advance online ticketing purchase at rockhall.com
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