Fall Events 2018
In November and December, Northeast Ohio Residents can extend their exclusive admission discount to friends and family! Purchase online by selecting a November or December visit date and get tickets for only $19 each.
Terms & Conditions
Must present valid ID upon arrival with ZIP code beginning in 440, 441, 442 or 443. Valid only for adult general admission tickets. Not valid for special events. Subject to availability. Not valid with any other discount or promotional offer. Not valid towards the purchase of a two-day pass. Offer valid November 1st through December 31st, 2018.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Elvis’ Comeback Special
On December 3, 1968, Elvis aired on NBC - TV, reigniting Presley’s career and setting the stage for a new kind of music TV special.
Monday, December 3 at 2 p.m. ET | Foster Theater
Catch opening remarks from Steve Binder, legendary producer and director of the ’68 “Comeback Special,” and a full screening of the program in Foster Theater. A book signing with Binder will follow.
More Elvis Weekend Programs
ARCHIVAL FOOTAGE OF ELVIS FROM THE ROCK HALL VAULT
Select times throughout the weekend, Dec. 1-3 | Foster Theater
Included with your Museum admission ticket, stop by Foster Theater for special highlight reels featuring archival footage of Elvis from the Rock Hall’s vault.
STORIES OF ROCK: ELVIS
Stop by a Stories of Rock presentation, held by Rock Hall experts. Learn about Elvis and have a little less conversation as you compete to win a prize during a pop-up game show. All programs are FREE with Museum admission and space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Schedules posted daily on rockhall.com/onstage.
rock hall nights: rock on tv
Check out the Museum’s latest exhibit and explore how television brought artists into our living room and changed the way we experience music. Team up for a scavenger hunt, win prizes at a TV theme contest, and try your hand as a variety show host. Nostalgia and good memories welcome!
Metered parking is available surrounding the Museum and free after 6 p.m. daily.