Rock Hall Celebrates 20th Anniversary by Offering Discounts to Locals

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If you own an ID with a zip code beginning with 440, 441, 442 and 443, you’re in luck. To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is offering a special discount to the local community throughout the month of September. Local residents are eligible for a special offer of two tickets for only $20. Locals will also receive 20 percent off new memberships and Legacy Brick purchases. The Legacy Brick program allows you to pay tribute to your favorite music legend, honor a loved one or leave a personal message on a brick on the Rock Hall plaza.

To learn more about membership and the Legacy Brick program, visit or contact the Rock Hall’s membership office at 216-515-8425 or at In case you haven’t noticed, the Rock Hall has been celebrating its 20th anniversary all year with new exhibits and the return of Inductions to Cleveland. It’s also regularly hosted up-and-coming rock acts at its Sonic Sessions concert series. The Museum has featured more than 100 exhibits since its 1995 opening. 

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