The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is committed to serving Cleveland communities.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame seeks to build long-lasting relationships with Cleveland community organizations, be a place for open dialogue, and embrace the economic, racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of Cleveland through events on-site and throughout the city. These partnerships include large Rock the Block community days, one of kind co-curated programs, discounted tickets programs, and so much more!
Select community programs are free and open to the public, although additional admission fees may be necessary to tour the Rock Hall.
Rock the Block Community Days
Every year we invite the community to join us for FREE Rock the Block community days, presented by the John P Murphy Foundation. These events are created in partnership with community members and community organizations to bring people together and engage, teach and inspire through the power of music, as well as celebrate the rich culture represented in Cleveland. These include annual events such as Martin Luther King Day, Fam Jam, Juneteenth, Pride, Rock and Resilience and Hispanic Heritage Month.
Many of our live music shows throughout the summer are also free. Be sure to regularly check out events calendar to see our upcoming events and programs!
In addition to annual large events, we also partner with local, regional, and national organizations to create long lasting relationships and collaborate on unique programs throughout the year.
We are honored to have partnered with organizations including:
Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Cleveland Food Bank, Beck Center for the Arts, Hungry for Music, Boys and Girls Club, Cuyahoga Community College, LGBT Center of Cleveland, Kulture City, Summer on the Cuyahoga, Guitars for Vets, Center for Arts Inspired Learning, City of Cleveland, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio Media School, Cleveland Playhouse, Spanish American Committee, The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Roots of American Music, Children's Museum of Cleveland, Rainey Institute, Global Cleveland, Museums for All, American Musicological Society, Cleveland Institute of Art, American Red Cross, Keep Music Alive, Association of the United States Army, Cleveland Art Museum, School of Rock, Piano Cleveland, Teachers Union, Otis Redding Foundation, Red Hands Gospel, ListenCLE, A Special Wish, Providence House, Julia de Burgos, Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, National Federation for the Blind, Miss Wheelchair USA, Refresh Collective, and many more.
If your organizations is interested in working with the Rock Hall, please reach out to [email protected] to find out more.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is itself a non-profit organization, but we provide generous in-kind support to the hundreds of worthwhile organizations located throughout Northeast Ohio and the United States. Learn more about our charitable ticket program. In 2015, the Rock Hall was one of just 25 nonprofits designated a member of the “Commission 50" by a Greater Cleveland Partnership program called the Commission on Economic Inclusion. This honor recognizes the organization's significant accomplishments regarding diversity and inclusion.
1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44114