Plan Your Visit: August 3
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.
RHYTHMS OF COUNTRY
10:00 a.m. in the Main Exhibition Hall by the R&B and Country exhibit cases in The Roots of Rock.
Hear different sounds of country music that have influenced rock's progression, starting with the drums.
Stop by the Roots of Rock and Roll exhibit in our Main Exhibition Hall on Level 0 for a special "Stories of Rock" feature from our Rock Hall Education team!
This session will last between 10-15 minutes (including Q&A) and will feature a live drumming demonstration of important rhythms in country music.
Rock hall live music
Groove at the Rock Hall with local talent in our beer garden.
Happy Hour Performance: The Hooligans from 6:00-8:00p.m.
Formed in 1996, Cleveland punk rock band The Hooligans made their mark during the burgeoning third wave of punk rock in the mid to late 1990’s. Known for fast and high energy performances, The Hooligans take influence from early hardcore bands like the Germs, TSOL and Social Distortion to more pop oriented groups like The Ramones and Screeching Weasel. The reunited lineup features original vocalist Billy “Hooligan” Somerville and original drummer Joey “Cypher” Kleinhenz, along with the addition of bassist Ed Sotelo (formerly The Conservatives) and guitarist Mike Layton (Pathetic, Jurassic Punk).