$24,000 is the final price tag for the Rock Hall's acquisition, installation, and upkeep of the famous sign from Bethel, NY and the site of Woodstock. The non-profit got a generous $12,000 donation for the Yasgur Farm Dairy sign that had been holed up in a basement for 40 odd years, but one condition on the donation was that music fans contribute the other half. This is where you come in: the Rock Hall has a Kickstarter campaign to make things easier, and though it's already quite close to the goal, it's not there yet and the deadline to raise the $12,000 is August 15. If you haven't lost your life savings on the stock market in the last week and you love music, click on over.
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