$12 – 'Rock, Power & Politics' Exhibit by Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Why We Love This Deal
Explore rock music's role in politics and activism, and how artists used their First Amendment rights to effect social change, with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's "Louder Than Words: Rock, Power & Politics" exhibition at the Museum of Broadcast Communications. Travelzoo members can save over 30% on tickets.
- Choose from the following general admission ticket options:
- $12 (reg. $18) ... Adult
- $10 (reg. $14) ... Student or Senior (ages 65 and up)
- Children ages 12 and younger visit for free
- Valid for visits Tuesday-Sunday through Aug. 23, 2019
Why We Love It
- The exhibit is organized by presidential administrations, from Eisenhower to Obama, and uses historical context to add insight as to how these issues are viewed today
- Exclusive interviews with Bono, Dee Snider, Lars Ulrich, Gloria Estefan, Gregg Allman, Jimmy Carter and others are combined with multimedia, photographs, periodicals and artifacts to examine music's role in shaping cultural norms on topics including civil rights, LGBT issues, feminism and censorship
- Items on display include original handwritten lyrics from Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Green Day; correspondences between the FBI and Priority Records regarding N.W.A's "Fight the Power"; and artifacts related to the Vietnam War, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the #BlackLivesMatter movement
- Cleveland.com called the exhibition "a remarkable display of the power of rock"
- The museum, at Kinzie and State, is only a block from the river
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