CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - AT&T providing a treat for music lovers during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will be free to all guests from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 17 through July 21, thanks to the support of AT&T.
"AT&T has been part of the Cleveland community for over 100 years and has a long history of working with local institutions and we're thrilled to work with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame," said Adam Grzybicki, President, AT&T Ohio. "It is our hope that as many visitors as possible can visit the museum and see first-hand what a unique institution it truly is."
"We are delighted that AT&T and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame are providing this opportunity for all residents and visitors in Cleveland during the convention," said Jeff Larson, CEO, Republican National Convention Committee on Arrangements. "Our delegates and guests are excited that the Hall of Fame will be open to them and they look forward to attending."
The museum is working on renovations in and around the building. Here are some of the changes expected:
- Bigger concert stage
- New beer garden and outdoor cafe
- Public art featuring bright-red metal letters that spell "Long Live Rock"
- Parking for bikers on a new paved motorcycle area
- The towering epicenter of the Rock Box art installation that spans Downtown Cleveland's East 9th Street (also known as Rock & Roll Blvd.)
The museum first opened its doors September 1995.
The makeover is expected to be completed just in time for the convention.
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