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$12 – 'Rock, Power & Politics' Exhibit by Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Museum of Broadcast Communications
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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.

What's Included

  • 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

99%
"SNL exhibit brought back many good memories. Gave one a better appreciation of how much work goes into the 1 week to produce the Saturday nigh show. Reminded you of the great amount of talent that came from the show. Loved the Chicago connection!"
Lorilyn
Apr 1, 2019 - Chicago, USA
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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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This is a season-specific event. All sales final. No refunds or exchanges. Not valid after expiration date. Upon arrival, present printed voucher or display in Travelzoo mobile app; students must present valid student ID. The exhibit is closed on Mondays. Exhibit hours are as follows: Tuesday-Wednesday and Friday-Sunday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., and Thursday from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Last admission is one hour prior to closing. Hours are subject to change, check the museum's Website for updates. Children ages 12 and under visit for free. Not valid for special events. Valid for one person. Cannot combine with other offers. Must use in one visit.

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4.7 Quality of Service
4.7 Quality of Activity
4.6 Value for the Money
4.8 Ease of Booking
Show Reviews
Enjoyed Most
SNL exhibit brought back many good memories. Gave one a better appreciation of how much work goes into the 1 week to produce the Saturday nigh show. Reminded you of the great amount of talent that came from the show. Loved the Chicago connection!
Lorilyn Apr 01, 2019 Chicago, USA
Other Comments
We had a great experience at the SNL Exhibit... but very rude staff!!! I mean rude!
Kimberly Mar 31, 2019 INDEPENDENCE, USA
Enjoyed Most
The SNL experience.
Other Comments
Fun place to visit. Something for everyone.
Sharon Mar 31, 2019 Chicago, USA
Enjoyed Most
SNL exhibit
Sarah Mar 31, 2019 Naperville, USA
Enjoyed Most
Such a unique experience. Loved seeing all the SNL history
Other Comments
The staff was very friendly
Mark Mar 31, 2019 Greentown, USA
Enjoyed Most
SNL exhibit
Jennifer Mar 30, 2019 Elmhurst, USA
Enjoyed Most
So many wonderful items on display for the SNL: The Experience exhibit. Extremely well done! Great memories and very educational to see how a show is put together. Loved the actual costumes and the hand written letters by stars who are no longer with us. Wish the exhibit was here longer.
Other Comments
What a great place! I need to come back. I loved seeing the Bozo and Garfield Goose items. Chicago has a very rich broadcasting history and it's so cool to see it all in once place!
Tina Mar 27, 2019 Downers Grove, USA
Enjoyed Most
The current SNL display - so much fun and good memories of the show!
Other Comments
I didn't know it existed and I've been to the area/Harry Caray's restaurant several times!!! I'm NOT a local.
Sandra Mar 26, 2019 Groveland, USA
Enjoyed Most
Excellent SNL exhibit.
janet Mar 25, 2019 Northbrook, USA
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The SNL exhibit was great. We really enjoyed it.
Ellen Mar 25, 2019 Chicago, USA

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