Long Live Rock

Rock Hall Live: Drive-By Truckers

Saturday, July 22, 2017 - 1:00pm

Rock all day and all of the night!

We’re throwing an all-day celebration on the plaza featuring acclaimed Alt-Country Rockers Drive-By Truckers, with special guests Seratones. Get your fill of great live music, local brews & a Michael Symon B-Spot pop-up and the VIP treatment for the biggest fans.

General Admission Ticket - $23.50

FREE FOR MEMBERS! MEET US AT THE MEMBER CHECK-IN DESK ON THE WEST END OF THE PLAZA!

Includes:

  • Admission to Rock Hall Live on the plaza
  • Live music all day featuring headliners Drive-By Truckers at 9pm
  • Access to Tour all 7 floors of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, including the all new Power of Rock Experience

VIP TICKETS HAVE SOLD OUT!
 

LIVE MUSIC SCHEDULE 

2:00 pm - The Vindys  
5:00 pm - Falling Stars 
7:30 pm - Seratones 
9:00 pm - Drive-By Truckers perform on the main stage with special guest Spooner Oldham

 

Enjoy all day:

  • local brews
  • Michael Symon B-Spot pop-up
  • Admission to tour the Rock Hall, including the all new Power of Rock Experience
  • free motorcycle parking

Drive-By Truckers’ 2016 release American Band is a powerful and legitimately provocative work, hard edged and finely honed, speaking on pressing issues such as race, income inequality, the NRA, deregulation, police brutality, Islamophobia, and the plague of suicides and opioid abuse. American Band serves as a stark, tightly focused snapshot of today’s America, an exemplary illustration of rock ‘n’ roll as a vehicle for social commentary.

Seratone’s music, created with collaborative songwriting and spontaneous creativity, is certainly their own due perhaps in party to Shreveport’s unique sonic geography. The city sits at a nexus roughly equidistant from Memphis soul, Mississippi Delta Blues and New Orleans jazz, with Texas swing located just over the state border. The band’s sound draws from those touch points and more, ranging from Black Sabbath’s Paranoid to Kind of Blue. They’ll happily connect the dots between Ornette Coleman and Jello Biafra.

Falling Stars channel power pop through the Midwestern landscape with 2 very loud guitars, bass and a drum. Their debut album Stranded in the Future is a hook filled affair with songs about outer space and long Ohio summer nights.

The Vindys have established themselves as one of the fastest up-and-coming bands in the Northeast Ohio area. Featuring a blend of pop, jazz and rock, the group draws from influences like Amy Winehouse, Norah Jones and the Alabama Shakes.