Plan Your Visit: July 20
A NEW TWIST ON ROCK'S HISTORY!
Stop by a Stories of Rock presentation, held by our Rock Hall experts. Learn about your favorite sounds and artists in our exhibits, or even compete to win a prize during one of our pop up game shows.
ROCK TRIVIA: 2017 INDUCTEES
11:00 a.m. in the Main Exhibition Hall (Level 0) near the New Inductee Exhibit
Think you know about the Class of 2017? Stop by our Rock Hall trivia show and prove it!
Find the Rock Hall team in the main exhibition hall on Level 0. This show will last between 10-15 minutes and is offered FREE with paid Museum admission. Prizes will be awarded to winners.
Rock hall live music
Groove at the Rock Hall with local talent on our plaza stage and in our beer garden.
Plaza Stage Performance: Gringo Stew from 1:00-3:00p.m.
Gringo Stew serves up authentic American music with a touch of southwestern spice. These six musicians individually honed their craft on the beer-soaked stages of Austin and San Antonio, in the smokey bar rooms and concert clubs of Cleveland, Detroit, Boston and Nashville, and in sweaty barns and dancehalls throughout the Midwest. Whether performing their unique, or reverent, renditions of lesser-known works by great American masters, or their own lively and engaging originals, the musicians in Gringo Stew insist on one critical ingredient: authenticity. Songs about real life, honest emotions (and, occasionally, alcohol consumption).
A chunky, hearty rhythm supplied by bassist Johnny "Mac" McIlwain and drummer Tom Getz; a dollop of creamy fiddle from Jim Kelly; a dash of sweet sax and some tart slide lap steel by Randy Solomon; an infusion of Michael Rendon's savory Texas vocals; topped off with the "5-alarm" smoking guitar of Frank Scialdone; and garnished with spicy harmonies: that's the Gringo Stew recipe!